Irwin & Barneby Zornia brasiliensis Vogel - Fabaceae Alophia linearis (Kunth) Klatt Iris-do-campo Iridaceae Rhaphiodon echinus
Schauer Falsa-menta, beton Lamiaceae Pavonia cancellata (L.
Reproduction and growth of Echinus
acutus van norvegicus Duben & Koren and E.
It's an echinus
," I corrected him, "and I don't know, either.
The nucleotide sequences of Echinus
esculentus and the putative hybrid were identical, except for a single substitution (A-G) at position 103 (a third position in a serine codon), which did not affect the aminoacid sequence.
The prequake record from Echinus
shows that the geyser erupted quite regularly, every 56 minutes on average.
On the occurrence of Echinus
esculentus on the foreshore in the British Isles.
The relation between ionized calcium and cortical granule exocytosis in eggs of the sea urchin Echinus
72) Moreover, virtually all the preserved Ionic capitals from Roman Athens favor a central egg-and-dart motif on the echinus
, but the ovolo echinus
on the Agia Aikaterini columns is plain.
Natural growth bands and growth variability in the sea urchin Echinus
esculentus: results from tetracycline tagging.
When food is abundant, larvae reduce allocation to growth of feeding arms and accelerate the development of juvenile structures that develop within the larval body (the echinus
Geyser, a fountain type like Old Faithful, now erupts more powerfully and more often (every 15 minutes).
Food preference of the sea urchins Echinus
acutus and E.