Cingulata


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Cingulata

[‚siŋ·gyə′läd·ə]
(vertebrate zoology)
A group of xenarthran mammals in the order Edentata, including the armadillos.
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Wickens and Griffiths (1985) mentioned that the possibility of the existence of mistakenly made drill holes on some Aulacomya atra specimens by Trochia cingulata but not dependent on an observation and not for the inside of the shell.
Relative Abundance--We captured 170 (60.5%) specimens of the order Rodentia, 88 (31.3%) of Chiroptera, 13 (4.6%) of Carnivora, 4 (1.4%) of Lagomorpha, 3 (1.1%) of Artiodactyla, 2 (0.7%) of Didelphimorphia, 1 (0.4%) of Cingulata. The most abundant species of order Rodentia were Osgoodomys banderanus (97 specimens, 34.5%), Heteromys irroratus (50, 17.8%), and Baiomys musculus (22, 7.8%).
cingulata yielded (+)-(1S,2R,3S)-comphane-2,3-diol (181) (Scheme 49).
(2008) using the EO of LG, which showed fungitoxic activity on mycelia growth of Glomerella cingulata [(Stonemam) Spauld & Schrenk].
Cerithideopsilla cingulata (formerly Cerithidea cingulata) and C.
The following mollusk shells were collected from the bank of the Hino River: granosa, Macoma tokyoensis Makiyama, Anadotia stearnsina, Pephia undulata, Pistris capsoides, Batillaria zonalis, Cerithideopsilla cingulata, Turbo cornatus coreensis, Cryptonatica tigrina, Cerithideopsilla djadjariensis, Nassarius livescens and Hemifusus ternatanus.
The most important reported diseases are Anthracnose (Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, Penz.) [Glomerella cingulata Stonem (S and VS)] (Kamal and Moghal, 1968; Hafiz, 1986; Saleem and Akhtar, 1989), Powdery mildew (Oidium mangiferae Bert.) (Kamal and Moghal, 1968; Sheikh, 1988; Saleem and Akhtar, 1989), Malformation (Fusahum moniliforme) (Sheikh, 1988); Saleem and Akhtar (1989) reported F.