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Lacerta

(lă-ser -tă) (Lizard) A small inconspicuous constellation in the northern hemisphere near Cygnus, lying partly in the Milky Way, the brightest stars being of 4th magnitude. It contains the prototype of the quasarlike BL Lac objects. Abbrev.: Lac; genitive form: Lacertae; approx. position: RA 22.5h, dec +45°; area: 201 sq deg.

Lacerta

 

(the Lizard), a constellation of the northern hemisphere; its brightest star has a visual stellar magnitude of 3.8. The constellation is most easily viewed in August and September; it is visible throughout the USSR. (SeeSTELLAR SKY.)

Lacerta

[lə′sərd·ə]
(astronomy)
A small northern constellation lying between Cygnus and Andromeda, and adjoining the northern boundary of Pegasus. Also known as Lizard.
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Growth patterns, diet composition and reproductive biology in ten pounder, Elops lacerta from Ologe lagoon, Lagos, Nigeria.
Lacerta vivipara ydi'r enw gwyddonol ar yr un sy'n gyffredin yng Nghymru, a 'lizard' ydi'r enw Saesneg arni.
These species include Bathygobious soporator, Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus, Cynoglossus senegalensis, Elops lacerta, and Ethmalosa fimbriata, which were able to tolerate variations in salinity and other physical features.
Entre los reptiles, se encuentran: Coluber hippocrepis (culebra de herradura), Elaphe scalaris (culebra de escalera), Malpolon monsppesulanus (culebra bastarda), Thamnophis proximus (culebra de agua), Psammodromus algirus (lagartija colilarga), Lacerta lepia (lagarto ocelado), Talentola mauritanica (salmanquesa), Mauremys leprosa (galapago leproso).
Environmental stress increases the prevalence and intensity of blood parasite infection in the common lizard Lacerta vivipara.
Espin also discovered Nova 1910, DL Lacerta, and for this, and 40 years as an observer, the RAS awarded Espin a gold medal.
1991) affirmed that degeneration of the epididymis epithelial cells occurs in Lacerta vivipara during its reproductive cycle, this was not observed, even with transmission electron microscopy, in T.
lacerta (Fowler)) (Burks & Redak 2003), is native to California and also a vector of Pierce's disease and oleander leaf scorch (Freitag et al.