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falcate

[′fal‚kat]
(astronomy)
Crescent-shaped; applied usually to the appearance of the moon, Venus, and Mercury during their crescent phases.
(biology)
Shaped like a sickle.
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tribe Cassieae) and Eperua falcata Aublet (tribe Detarieae) are two cooccurring, shade hemitolerant Caesalpinioideae species belonging to the late-successional species group [12].
2), una lebes en la que se representan dos ejercitos en combate, uno de ellos formado por infantes armados con lanza y scutum, y el otro por dos infantes con falcata y lanza apoyados por una sucesion de jinetes lanceros (en ocasiones esta escena se ha interpretado como dos desfiles convergentes, cf.
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Aspidoptera falcata presenta el mesoepisterno, en vista dorsal, con dos a tres filas de setas, iguales o mas largas que las del preescuto, el cual esta mas densamente cubierto que en A.
In vitro asymbiotic germination of immature seed and formation of protocorm by Cephalanthera falcata (Orchidaceae).
Moscas pubescencia, (No consumidores numerosos puntos de nectar) y rayas (Familia Textura gruesa Comparettia Trochilidae, falcata Colibries) Aves Rodriguezia secunda Modificado de Dressler (1993) y Rivera (1998).