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pel·ta

(pel'tă),
A crescentic, silver-staining, membranous organelle located anteriorly near the base of the flagella in certain flagellate protozoa, as in Trichomonas.
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Most recently, Pelta has served as the brand lead for DIFICID, where he led the commercial re-launch of the product.
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Este genero se distingue por los estiletes maxilares muy apartados entre si, carece de puente maxilar, la forma de la pelta y la seta B1 que es 2/3 la longitud del tubo.
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Gleason's VP, general counsel and secretary, Edward Pelta, in conjunction with the statement made it plain that Perrotti, 44, as new president and COO is likely succeed Guffey, 66, as CEO.