Ten mature capitula (flowers senesced, but capitulum
still closed) per site per week were collected as well and placed individually in plastic diet cups with cardboard lids and held in a screen house at ambient temperatures.
This presence means that the individual's mature ovocytes have already fertilized (Cruz & Hawkins 1998, Cruz 2000)* To define this size, a stereomicroscope was used to examine the interior of the capitulum
of each specimen taken from samples collected during January 2007 to December 2007.
41) Furthermore, the reference to "confused doctrine" of bishops and priests in capitulum
17 reflects Boniface's reference to the two men's "doctrine" in the letter read aloud before the Roman Council.
To determine duration (in days) of each floral stage, any damaged capitulum
was replaced by another healthy reproductive structure at about the same stage of development, so that further stages could be followed.
A defect in the distal humerus is present at the expected location of the capitulum
The implantations involved the femoral condyles in 597 procedures, the patellofemoral joint in 118, the talar dome in 76, the tibial condyles in 25, the capitulum
humeri in 6, the femoral head in 6, and the humeral head in 3.
Certain anatomical features of hard ticks such as capitulum
and scutum ornamentation are used to differentiate between genus and species.
278, [section][section]16-17: "Volo etiam quod dicti libri ponantur in dicto loco et deputentur per capitulum
continuo unus vel duo beneficiati qui habeant et teneantur dictos libros custodire die noctuque, sicut fiet in librariis sitis in locis mendicantium Florentie et Bononie, et melius, si potest .
from De musica entitled `Quare caprea tali nomine censeatur et quid praesuli offeratur' (`Why caprea may be called by such kind of name and why it is offered to the bishop') contains two quotations from Genesis xxvii, which relates the story of the appropriation by Jacob of Esau's birthright.
In partial support of her contention, she quoted a capitulum
from the Mozarabic Liber ordinum that reads "Ordo ad ordinandam abbatissam.
The Indo-European term "kaput" has yielded many other words such as cadet, cape, capitate, capitation, capitulum
, captain, cattle, chapter, chief, chieftain, biceps, decapitate, kerchief, mischief, precipitate, recapitulate, and triceps (The American Heritage Dictionary of Indo-European Roots, 1985:27).
Mozaffari and Asadi  studied safflower mutant genotypes under normal and drought conditions and reported a positive correlation among capitulum
diameter, number of seeds in the capitulum
, and seed oil content .