proleg


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proleg

(prō′lĕg′)
n.
One of the stubby limbs on the abdominal segments of caterpillars and certain other insect larvae.
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ya nos lo dice en el "proleg inevitable": "Despres de nombroses lectures, hipotesis i reajustaments, he apres a identificar els tipus d'arxius a partir dels nom que Lisia els va donar.
gingivalis ([10.sup.6] cells/larva) was inoculated in the last proleg of each larva.
(24) Cfr., B 308; A 288/B 344; A 679/B 707; A 696/B 724; Proleg. [seccion] 30, Ak.
The swing phase of each segmental step was defined by an increase in the horizontal velocity of the proleg; stance phase was the near-zero velocity period between these sharp velocity peaks (e.g., Fig.
In proleg. Cosmop." On Casmann's principle "Cedat Aristoteles Mosi," see Mahnke, 330.
For example, the frenetic movements associated with Asynarchus' attacks on Limnephilus and on conspecifics (case tugging and shaking, biting, proleg grappling), were especially conspicuous to foraging salamanders.
(10) 'Proleg', in La placa del Diamant (Barcelona: Club Editor, 1993), pp.
His aim was to identify all legal rules (laws are rules of moral action imposing obligation) that might limit both the occasions for, and the effects of, organized violence, whether public or private, just or self-serving, and present those rules in "a comprehensive and systematic manner" (JBP proleg. 1, 1.9.1).
At each time point 0-24 h post infection (hpi) hemolymph was collected from 10 larvae bled through a punctured anterior proleg into ice cold phosphate buffered saline as described (Shelby & Popham 2008).
calidus, urogomphal primary sensilla exhibiting subtle individual variation; pro-, meso-, metafemur respectively with 1-2, 2-3, and 1-2 additional anteroventral spine-like sensilla, additional sensillum with origin between F[E.sub.7] and F[E.sub.8], present on all legs of all specimens, spine-like on proleg and elongate and hair-like on the meso- and metalegs of all but one specimen.
(27) The Speech of Cicero for Aulus Cluentius Habitus, with proleg. and not.