L Sylow = a Norwegian mathematician) ZEE Yahtzee (the 'Yacht' Game) CAE caenozoic, glycaemia, muscae (eye floaters) CEA cease, conceal CEI ceiling, perceive, conceit, caducei CI cinematheque, glycine COE coelenterate
, acoelomate SAE mucosae SE sepia, ellipses, paradisean, Barotse SEE seethe, aniseed, foresee SEY Seymouria (a fossil tetrapod), semseyite ([Pb.
A study of the gut contents of five juvenile loggerhead turtles, Caretta caretta (Linnaeus) (Reptilia Cheloniidae), from the south-Eastern part of the North Atlantic Ocean, with emphasis on coelenterate
any wild animal, whether alive or dead, including without limitation any wild mammal, bird, reptile, amphibian, fish, mollusk, crustacean, arthropod, coelenterate
, or other invertebrate, whether or not bred, hatched, or born in captivity, and includes any part, product, egg, or offspring, thereof.
In most coelenterate
groups (including the corals), the tentacles are armed with numerous stinging cells for prey capture and immobilization.
439-468 in Coelenterate
Biology: Reviews and New Perspectives, L.
Qualitative and quantitative study of wound healing processes in the coelenterate
, Plexaurella fusifera: spatial, temporal, and environmental (light attenuation) influences.
Allelopathic interaction between a reef coelenterate
and benthic algae.
In Proceedings of the Sixth Conference on Coelenterate
Biology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Coelenterate
The introduction of the sevruga sturgeon (Acipenser stellatus) was generally a success, but it brought with it its own parasites such as the coelenterate
Polypodium hydriforme and the trematode Nitzchia sturionis.
infrastructure and cytochem-istry of glycogen-containing vacuoles in gastrodermal cells in developing hydranths of a hydromedusan coelenterate
Proceedings of International Conference on Coelenterate
Biology, 6, 1995.