Their prominence in the story may reflect al-Tabari's own interests, for he wrote an (unfinished) treatise on dream interpretation and was a strong believer in the validity of incubatory
We also provide various incubatory
and support services to venture companies.
A pelagic larva (lecithotrophic or planktotrophic), can remain in the water column for weeks, thus favoring its dispersion, in contrast with the direct mode of development where the individuals hatch from maternal incubatory
structures as crawling juveniles (Collin 2001) thus remaining close to their sites of generation.
Larvae of the incubatory
oyster Tiostrea chilensis (Bivalvia, Ostreidae) in the plankton of central and southern New Zealand.
The non-marsupial demibranchs are not separated, but in the marsupial demibranchs, cyclic changes in the structures of the inner-demibranchs of the gills appear, with the depletion of ripe eggs during incubatory
periods and the production of mature and ripe eggs during nonincubatory periods.