nauplius


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nauplius

the typical crustacean larva which has a single eye, three pairs of limbs and a rounded, transparent body.
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The same set of developmental stages--embryo, early nauplius, late nauplius, early copepodite, late copepodite, and adult female--were collected in 2011 (Lenz et al.
Three different life-history stages (cysts, nauplius larvae, and adults) of brine shrimp Artemia salina were chosen as model invertebrate life stages to determine the effect of individual and combined treatments of sonication and advanced chemical oxidants under static and continuous flow regimes.
Nauplius eye with one anterior and two posterior ocelli, pigment between ocelli forming a dark, prominent "Y" or "V.
Embryos and nauplius larvae of the dendrobranchiate malacostracan Sicyonia ingentis were stained with fluorescent phallotoxins to study myogenesis.
An Iliadic future is likewise constellated in a series of six catalog notices, namely, those of Peleus, Menoetius, Nestor, Nauplius, Philoctetes, and Oileus (1.
Over the next several weeks, the nauplius molts several times, adding segments and becoming larger and more complex with each molt.
This parameter thus allows us to distinguish between different situations: plankton proper, which shows greater adhesion to the water and is its slave, to such an extent that the strata in contact with small organisms are renewed only with difficulty and always by sliding; small active swimmers, such as dinophytes and the nauplius larvae of copepods; and the true nekton.
Daruber hinaus war die einzige infizierte Sorte die Nauplius Larve, die aus Panama importiert war.
Timotheus, for instance, was said to have imitated a storm in his Nauplius and Semele's birthpangs in his Semele (Athenaeus 8.
The microseston consisted of phytoplankton (the largest fraction), nauplius larvae, protozoa, bacteria, and suspended organic and inorganic particles.
The innocent benefactor perfectly set up by his enemies, the clash of hostile intelligences, the playing-out of the terrible story with the revenge of Nauplius who wrecked the homeward-bound Greek fleet with an illusory beacon, all made this myth an appealing subject for Greek literature in the classical age.