rugosa in central Japan has heteromorphic
sex chromosomes consisting of metacentric (X) and subtelocentric (Y) types in males, whereas in northern Japan it has heteromorphic
sex chromosomes consisting of metacentric (W) and subtelocentric (Z) types in females.
Microfibers have large surface areas per unit weight and those made from a bicomponent fiber have their cross-sections made heteromorphic
Column pentagonal, heteromorphic
, outer surface of epifacet rounded to very rounded, smooth or slightly keeled; nodals may have vertical expansion at corners of columnals.
life-history strategies in the brown alga Scytosiphon lomentaria (Lyngb.
Whether heterogenic, composed by synthetising elements belonging to different realms, or heteromorphic
, that is rooted in disproportion, all the grotesque forms are always polyvalent, incongruous and disquieting, always thwarting an unequivocal distinction between phenomena that are normally considered antagonistic.
First, when one sees a liverwort, hornwort, or moss in the field or elsewhere, the observed specimen, with only a very few exceptions, represents the gametophyte (1n) phase of the organism's heteromorphic
alternation of phases (or generations).
Meiotic complements of the three analyzed species of the family Bothriuridae contain no heteromorphic
chromosome pair, which indicates the absence of heteromorphic
sex chromosomes in males, as is also the case in Buthus occitanus (Amoreux 1789) and Pandinus imperator (C.
Aquatic or amphibious, stems creeping with adventitious roots from nodes and internodes; leaves heteromorphic
(photosynthetic and fertile), petioles filiform, blades palmately divided into 4 pinnae; sporocarps horizontal to strongly ascending near base of petioles.
pair in detail, specifically the secondary constriction and accumulation of heterochromatin differential (B and C).
The structures were identified as heteromorphic
deutonymphs of Hypodectes propus (Order Astigmata) of the family Hypoderatidae.
sex chromosomes were found in Schizothorax esocinus.
Studies on heteromorphic
self-incompatibility systems: The cytochemistry and ultrastructure of the tapetum of Primula obconica.