original description

original description

the statement of the characteristics of an organism in the proposal of a name for a new taxon.
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Nevertheless, the present specimens are different from the original description of P.
His original description of intent for the column sums it nicely: "This biweekly column is about seeing God, the world, and ourselves with the eye of the soul.
In the original description, only three males were available for morphological description, they are in conformity with Bt-cotton and citrus population.
The description of the development is described in the application as "amended" and in the report compiled by council officers - who are recommending it should be permitted - they say the majority of objections are in response to the original description of the development as a hostel.
Guidoti studies lace bugs, and the National Museum held one of the world's reference collections for those insects, including many "holotypes," the single specimen used as the basis for the original description of a species --considered the crown jewels of any scientific collection.
The next mention of the name was by Roewer (1913), when he translated the original description from Latin to German without having seen the holotype.
The original description of the video was: " GTA 5 Mod Showcasing the explosive Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
Karmalawy has brilliantly used his rich literary and music experiences in drawing the novel's events, according to the original description of the book.
Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy was first introduced in 1980, and despite its original description in children, it has become a popular method of artificial nutrition for all age groups (1).
The original description for the page was somewhat vague, "Funds will be used to provide relief and financial support to the victims and families of the horrific Las Vegas mass shooting ," it originally read.

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