squamosa

squa·mo·sa

, pl.

squa·mo·sae

(skwā-mō'să, -sē),
The squamous parts of the frontal, occipital, or temporal bone, especially the latter.
[L. squamosus, scaly, fr. squama, scale]

squa·mo·sa

, pl. squamosae (skwā-mō'să, -sē)
The squamous parts of the frontal, occipital, or temporal bone, especially the latter.
[L. squamosus, scaly, fr. squama, scale]

squamosa

(skwā-mō′să) plural.squamosae [L. scaly]
1. The squamous part of the temporal bone.
2. Scaly or platelike.
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squamosa were collected near Pohnpei in the Federated States of Micronesia.
Only 4 species were common to the three lakes: Ilyocryptus spinifer, Macrothrix squamosa, Alonella dadayi and Chydoruspubescens', 8 species were common to LI and L2; 3 species were common to LI and L3; and only 2 species were found in both L2 and L3 (Figure 4).
The probability of giant clams attaining the symbiosis establishment stage (i.e., the number of clam juveniles attaining this stage divided by the number of all the clam individuals; termed the symbiosis rate in our study) is low: less than 5% for Tridacna crocea Lamarck, 1819, Tridacna derasa (Roding, 1798), and Tridacna squamosa Lamarck, 1819 in general (Iwai & Matsuoka 2005).
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squamosa, and Hippopus hippopus), zooxanthellate cardiid clams (Fragum fragum, F.
Within the genus Annona, the fruit (Annona squamosa L.), also known as 'fruta do conde'or 'ata', is commercially successful, as it is popular with consumers due to the taste (SOUZA et al., 2012; ZUCARELI et al., 2007).
squamosa or of acetogenins isolated from extracts prepared from its different structures to different fungal species that cause diseases in humans and crops, as well as mycotoxin-producing species in stored food (Gopalakrishnan et al.