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triquetra

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

triquetrum

(tri-kwe'trum) (-tra) plural.triquetra [L. triquetrus, triangular] Triquetral bone.triquetral (-trel), adjective
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triquetra was only found in the upper mainstem in our 2004 survey.
2006), however, found that mantle clipping produced mortality in 9/16 individuals of Epioblasrna triquetra (Rafinesque, 1820) after 1.
Oscillatoriales, Hemiselmis virescens, Plagioselmis prolonga, and Heterocapsa triquetra reached their biomass peak generally in July-August.
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caerulea tussocks were well covered by mosses, with Drepanocladus cossonii dominating with mean coverage of about 19% and Campylium stellatum, Meesia triquetra, and Scorpidium scorpioides being other more common species.
One of the rarest species in Illinois is the snuffbox mussel Epioblasma triquetra (Rafinesque), which is listed as state-endangered (IESPB, 2005).
However, mantle-clipped snuffboxes, Epioblasma triquetra (Rafinesque, 1820), showed a mortality rate of 56.
The rare finds of the Truncilla species, Lampsilis fasciola and Epioblasma triquetra were all found at downstream locations.
This commission, funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and The Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia, will provide the 23 students of the Trowbridge Chamber Orchestra, conducted by David Rupp with opportunities to work directly with the composer in the performance of the work entitled, Triquetra for String Orchestra.
minimum (Wikfors & Smolowitz, 1995), and larvae of the gastropod Philine aperta feed on the dinoflagellates Heterocapsa triquetra and Scrippsiella faroense (Hansen 1991).