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tagma

one of the divisions (head, thorax or abdomen) into which the body of an ARTHROPOD is divided.
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has acquired the stock of Brazil-based Tagma Brasil Ltda.
Univar Brasil Ltda, a subsidiary of Univar Incorporated, has acquired the stock of Tagma Brasil Ltda.
Svirsky M, Bignall S, 2012 Agamben and Colonialism (Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh) Tagma H M, 2009, "Homo Sacer vs.
Halil Emin Mustafa Tagma, Meltem Muftuler-Bac ve Ezgi Uzun, "The Path to an Entrenching Alliance: Utilitarianism and Historical Institutionalism in Commiting to NATO's Missile Defense System," Uluslararasi Iliskiler 9(36), Kis 2013, s.
The series of Die & Mould exhibition is "A Trend Setter" organised by TAGMA since 1998; which has build growing global awareness and reputation as the only trade fair in India for the die & mould industry and very large by international standards of various Die Mould Exhibitions held globally.
Las variaciones en el tagma abdominal han sido consideradas principalmente haciendo referencia a los patrones de tonalidad con el objetivo de probar el nivel de informacion filogenetica que puede recuperarse de ellos.
5) Morfometria de cabeza y piezas bucales de especies de Syrphidae: tomando 41 ejemplares de Syrphidae se midio la anchura del tagma cefalico.
Isa Camyar and Halit Mustafa Tagma, "Why Does Turkey Seek European Union Membership?
Morfologia y quetotaxia del tagma cefalico larval de Lutzomyia Franca, 1924 (Diptera: Psychodidae): Proposicion de un sistema de nomenclatura.
meridionalis leonis 17--Head, mesosoma and gaster black or blackish 18 17'--At least one tagma (head or mesosoma or gaster) not black 21 18--Pair of upper propodeal spines connected by a well developed keel; dorsum of the first gastral segment mostly or entirely covered by longitudinal rugae P.
RESUMEN: En el presente trabajo analizamos el papel asumido por los monjes en los conflictos cristologicos del siglo V en la pars Orientis del Imperio, en particular el protagonismo desempenado en los concilios de Efeso I, Efeso II y Calcedonia por algunos exponentes significativos del tagma monastico.