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Suborder

A secondary architectural order, introduced chiefly for decoration, as distinguished from a main order of a structure.

suborder

A secondary architectural order, introduced chiefly for decoration, as distinguished from a main order of a structure.
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However, when assessing suborders, specialist Anisoptera were significantly more likely to be uncommon/rare than generalist Anisoptera ([chi square] = 8.
Two orders or suborders (Orthoptera and Homoptera) of collected spiders and insects were only herbivorous, 3 orders (Araneae, Odonata, and Neuroptera) were only predaceous, and 4 orders or suborders (Heteroptera, Coleoptera, Diptera, and Hymenoptera) included both trophic levels.
When Coleoptera and each of its constituent suborders were constrained to be monophyletic in a parsimony (MP) analysis, Archostemata was recovered in a position sister to the remaining beetles, Adephaga and Polyphaga were sister groups, and Myxophaga was recovered in a position sister to Adephaga and Polyphaga.
Most descriptions of courtship in harvestmen of the suborder Laniatores lack detailed information, such as which parts of the female body are touched by the male.
Firstly, we surveyed the fields concerning the taxonomic categories of the soil (Order, Suborder, Great Group and Subgroup) and selected those classes indicating the involvement of hydromorphic processes in soil origin and development.
1994), demonstrates conservation and tissue-specific expression in both rodent suborders (Martignetti and Brosius 1993) and is absent in other mammalian orders, including Lagomorpha (rabbits).
Podosols on low-lying sand plains are seasonally wet with the semi-aquic and aquic suborders prevalent (Table 3).
Therefore, the numbers of profiles described in the risk map survey represent a significant increase in examples of Sulfidic Great Groups for all the littoral Hydrosol Suborders.
The contract is coordinated by the labor administration and the participating councils, companies and foundations shown by the framework agreement Appendix 1, suborders.
He describes the characterization of the Tylenchida, including the suborders and their families and superfamilies, morphometric behavior and functional morphology, including body diameter and pharynx relationships, the position of the median bulb and vulva, stylet growth, and tail length, the body wall including the body cuticle and excretory-secretory system, the nervous system, the head, the digestive system, and the genital systems of both male and female.
The agreement could be used by all companies in the municipality of Boden group of companies, see the document AF for an exhaustive list of suborders parties.