sterna


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ster·na

(ster'nă),
Plural of sternum.

sterna

(stûr′nə)
n.
A plural of sternum.

ster·na

(stĕr'nă)
Plural of sternum.
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sterna asentada en una red de cerco atracada frente a Zorritos, Tumbes, Peru.
Pteria sterna presenta sexos separados, que a simple vista no pueden ser identificados.
sterna en los bancos naturales del litoral oriental de Baja California Sur.
sterna comprendio la exhaustiva prospeccion visual con empleo de buceo libre y SCUBA, de la bahia de La Paz, la bahia de Loreto, estero de Mulege y las costas de Santa Rosalia.
In constructing the key we have attempted to rely largely on easily visible external features resulting in artificial groupings of species, whereas the genitalia and hidden sterna suggest what are more likely to be genealogical affinities [e.
sterna banks have recently been located in the Baja California Sur western coast, mainly in the Ojo de Liebre lagoon, B.
From February 2001 to February 2002, 30 Pteria sterna adult specimens were collected each month by scuba diving, from a bank known as "El Borbollon" at a mean depth of 6 m, in the Ojo de Liebre lagoon, B.
He was instrumental in a number of successful business transformations and high-value transactions across various therapeutic areas that are highly relevant to Sterna.
sterna I, II and on upper anal valve (0/000/110001m) (Figs.
Sterna hirundo and Phalacrocorax brasilianus accounted for 40 and 33%, respectively, of all the seabirds.
sterna I-IV: 3212, PAO with 19-21 vesicles, mvo absent .