laeve

laeve

/lae·ve/ (le´ve) [L.] nonvillous.
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Zachrysia provisoria Pfeiffer (Gastropoda: Pleurodontidae [Camaenidae]), Brady-baena similaris Ferussac (Gastropoda: Bradybaenidae), Deroceras laeve Muller (Gastropoda: Agriolimacidae) and Deroceras reticulatum Muller (Gastropoda: Agriolimacidae) are other molluscs reported to readily consume T.
Pilot study for evidence-based nursing management: improving the levels of job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and intent to laeve among nurses in Turkey.
The consensus was that there is insufficient evidence at this stage that increased islands of fibrinoid with extravillous trophoblast (so-called X cells), placental pseudocyst (Figure 19), chorion laeve pseudocyst (Figure 20), and membranous decidual necrosis (46-48) are conclusively indicative of MVM.
A: These are indeed a species of bird's-nest fungi--Crucibulum laeve or a closely related species that can only be distinguished microscopically.
Succenturiate lobes of the placenta result from focal areas of non-involution of the chorionic laeve.
Comarum palustre, C = 9, and the following C = 10 species were present in the historical flora of Bacon's Swamp: Acorns americanus, Dulichium arundinaceum, Symphyotrichum laeve and Triadenum virginicum.
The slug Deroceras laeve was the most common vector collected (26% of total captures), was present in every ecotype, and most common in the northern spruce-fir forest ecotype.
8b, house: Wir been here I dis hoose for near on fifty year noo--an I'm wae ta laeve him.
procera (Aiton); Gomphocarpus physocarpus Ernst Meyer (SWEZEY, 1910, 1944; ZIMMERMAN, 1948; ETCHEGARAY & NISHIDA, 1975); Cynanchum laeve (OBERHAUSER, 1997); Cynanchum acutum L.