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triquetra

(trī-kwĕt′rə, -kwē′trə)
n.
Plural of triquetrum.
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triquetrum

(tri-kwe'trum) (-tra) plural.triquetra [L. triquetrus, triangular] Triquetral bone.triquetral (-trel), adjective
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Hiller, Gyrophaena triquetra W., Syntypus Gyrophaena triquetra Weise, 1877 labeled by MNHUB 2007; Syntype (1 male, SDEI) labeled as follows: coll.
Epioblasma triquetra, Toxolasma lividus and Villosa fabalis are all on the Michigan endangered species list.
(2006), however, found that mantle clipping produced mortality in 9/16 individuals of Epioblasrna triquetra (Rafinesque, 1820) after 1.5 y of postbiopsy observation, and developed a technique of "brush-swabbing" from the viscera, foot, and mantle that they demonstrated to be an adequate source of DNA.
Oscillatoriales, Hemiselmis virescens, Plagioselmis prolonga, and Heterocapsa triquetra reached their biomass peak generally in July-August.
"Triquetra: The Unofficial And Unauthorized Guide To Charmed" by Keith Topping is a superbly detailed and organized fan guide to the popular television show "Charmed" which featured the four Halliwell sisters--good witches who are known as 'The Charmed Ones' to their friends, allies, and foes.
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They were fed a mixture of Tetraselmis sp., Gymnodinium sanguinium (strain B4), Heterocapsa triquetra (strain HT984), and Oxyrrhis marina (strain CCMP1795) three times per week.
These species include the fanshell (Cyprogenia stegaria), dromedary pearlymussel (Dromus dromas), Cumberlandian combshell (Epioblasma brevidens), oyster mussel (Epioblasma capsaeformis), tan riffleshell (Epioblasma florentina walkeri), snuffbox (Epioblasma triquetra), purple bean (Villosa perpurpurea), birdwing pearlymussel (Lemiox rimosus=Conradilla caelata), and cracking pearlymussel (Hemistena lata).
The small tree Dicoelia beccariana (belat), the sedge Hypolytrum capitulatum, the stemless palm Eugeissona ambigua (ransa) and the rattan Plectocomiopsis triquetra (rotan udang) are rare species that are locally common at DSNP (A iry-Shaw, 1975; Kern, 1972; Dransfield, pers.
Even so, in highly favorable conditions of water availability, the Bryales (the typical mosses) may grow surprisingly fast: for example, on Devon Island in the Canadian Arctic archipelago, a specimen of Meesia triquetra living in a favorable site (near a watercourse) was observed to grow 1.2 in (3 cm), whereas the growth of the sedges in a nearby pool was only one tenth as great.