laeve

laeve

/lae·ve/ (le´ve) [L.] nonvillous.
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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.
Growth and reproduction of the slug Deroceras laeve (Muller) (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora) under controlled conditions.
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.
Some relatively infrequent species appear characteristic of more open stands on drier ground (i1): Agalinis gattingeri, Crotolaria sagittalis, Dichanthelium laxiflorum, Potentilla simplex, Spiranthes ovalis, Symphyotrichum laeve var.
Deroceras laeve (Muller) is a significant pest of crops such as corn and soybeans and has a Holarctic distribution (Barker, 2002; Kerney and Cameron, 1979).
A natural process of cell death, apoptosis, was more common in the chorion laeve of women with chorioamnionitis than in chorions taken from control women without chorioamnionitis, Dr.
syriaca, Bidens vulgata, Calystegia sepium, Cynanehum laeve, Heliopsis helianthoides, Lysimachia ciliata, Physalis longifolia var.
For preference tests, 2 species of snails [Cuban brown snail, Zachrysia provisoria (Pfeiffer, 1858) (Pleurodontidae); Asian tramp snail, Bradybaena similaris (Ferussac, 1821) (Bradybaenidae)] and 4 species of slugs [meadow slug, Deroceras laeve (O.
A variety of gastropod species can serve as sources of infection but one in particular is most important, the small, ubiquitous dark slug Deroceras laeve (Lankester and Anderson 1968, Lankester 2001).
The loose, coarse, desiccated sands support species such as Diodia teres (poorjoe), Mollugo verticillata (green carpetweed), Paspalum laeve (field paspalum), Fimbristylis vahIii (Vahl's fimbry), Oldenlandia boscii (Bosc's mille graines) and Xanthium strumarium (rough cockleburr).