eclosion


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eclosion

[ē′klō·zhən]
(invertebrate zoology)
The process of an insect hatching from its egg.
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Ky consacre sa reflexion a la presence des artistes plasticiens a la Semaine nationale de la Culture en se demandant si cette manifestation a veritablement permis une eclosion de ces artistes en analysant les conditions de participation au concours du GPNAL consacre aux arts plastiques.
Researchers now need to define how eclosion hormone and the newly discovered peptide work together, adds Truman, a zoologist at the University of Washington in Seattle.
The egg eclosion rate was over 80% for the three studied populations (even over 90% in two cohorts) similar to M.
Each puparium was transferred to an individual glass vial with the date of collection and subsequent adult eclosion recorded.
Con el fin de comercializar cuero y carne de estos reptiles, en los ultimos anos han proliferado en la zona criaderos donde se practica el sistema ranching, consistente en recoleccion de huevos del medio natural, con eclosion y ulterior crianza en condiciones controladas hasta alcanzar el tamano comercial para su sacrificio y venta.
Mientras que la omnipresencia de la cultura cubana mas alla de la isla pone de relieve su dispersion, dentro de Cuba el creciente cuestionamiento del "habanocentrismo" cultural -- coadyuvado por la eclosion de revistas y editoriales regionales -- parece reforzar mas aun la incomunicacion entre los diversos archipielagos de la cubanidad.
Apres avoir persuade l'eveque Panet de publier un ecrit pastoral exhortant les habitants a ne pas entrer en contact avec les nouveaux arrivants, qui debarquent a la fin de l'automne 1831 (7), lord Aylmer demande au Conseil medical du Quebec d'etudier des options de prevention ou de maitrise d'une eclosion possible (8), dont deux politiques (la quarantaine et l'assainissement) recommandees dans les circulaires du bureau central d'hygiene britannique (4) (p.
Egg extrusion, embryo development, timing and duration of eclosion, and incubation period of primiparous and multiparous Tanner crabs (Chionoecetes bairdi).
50 As pupae from domestica) specialist pet food suppliers Moths (various 1-5, depending Caught wild at lights species, not upon size and other sites identified; those suspected to be distasteful were discarded) Mealworms 2-3 From pet stores or (tenebrionid beetle fishing shops; easy larvae) to maintain a colony Pollen 2-3 'granules' "Pollen granules" available from health food outlets Egg yolk 2-3 drops Food stores Soy 'milk' A few drops as Food stores necessary Ingredient Preparation Notes Houseflies (Musca Frozen after Nutritional value domestica) eclosion.
De plus, depuis les annees 1980, l'unanimite est faite sur une veritable eclosion de cette litterature, au regard du nombre et surtout de la qualite des ecrits et des manisfestations culturelles liees a la question litteraire.
Attached eggs and larvae were allowed to complete development, and after eclosion, parasitoids were identified to genus and species.
Ainsi, cette eclosion sans precedent des monasteres de femmes se fit sans tambour ni trompette.