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pantropic

/pan·tro·pic/ (pan-tro´pik) having an affinity for or affecting many tissues or cells.

pantropic

(păn-trŏp′ĭk, -trō′pĭk)
adj.
Having an affinity for or indiscriminately affecting many kinds of tissue: pantropic viruses.

pantotropic, pantropic

having affinity for tissues derived from all three of the germ layers (ectoderm, entoderm and mesoderm).
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The other 23 detections were confirmed to species by simultaneous visual observations and consisted of pantropical spotted dolphins (n= 17), spinner dolphins (n= 3), common bottlenose dolphins (n= 2), humpback whales (n= 2), short-finned pilot whales (n= 1), and probable false killer whale (n= 1).
the g(0) estimate of unidentified rorquals was an average of the estimates for fin whales, blue whales, and sei or Bryde's whales; and the g(0) estimate of "unidentified dolphins" was an average of the estimates for pantropical spotted, striped, rough-toothed, bottlenose, and Risso's dolphins and short-finned pilot whales (Table 3).
2006; Miralles & Carranza 2010), some herpetologists consider that the division of pantropical genus Mabuya in four genera has been premature (Jesus et al.
Pantropical y ovulum (b) Subtropical scheloribatidae Hemileius initialis Argentina (Buenos Balogh & Balogh, (b) Scheloribates Aires) 1984 (S.
CURRIMAO, Ilocos Norte -- A male pantropical spotted dolphin was rescued by local fishermen upon stranding at the beach shore of Barangay Maglaoi, Currimao, Ilocos Norte last Friday.
Its distribution is pantropical, covering the lowlands of Africa, Asia, Oceania, North, Central and South America.
and Pantropical Spotted Dolphins (Stenella attenuatei) (Norris and Dohl 1980; Shane 1994; Clua and Grosvalet 2001; Bearzi 2006; Cords and Wursig 2014).
En el caso de especies con distribucion Neotropical y Paleotropical fueron referidas como Pantropical.
La familia Melastomataceae Juss presenta distribucion pantropical con su mayor diversificacion en el Neotropico (RENNER, 1993), donde Colombia es el segundo pais con mayor diversidad con alrededor de 900 especies que se encuentran principalmente en los Andes, el Choco Biogeografico y la Amazonia (MENDOZA & RAMIREZ, 2006).