acanthella


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acanthella

[ə‚kan′thel·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A transitional larva of the phylum Acanthocephala in which rudiments of reproductive organs, lemnisci, a proboscis, and a proboscis receptacle are formed.
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Este tipo de vegetacion, que adquiere extensisimo desarrollo en los paises vecinos tiene, aunque mas pobremente, alguna representacion en Colombia, en donde por vez primera en 1939 el autor exploro una estacion de este tipo cerca de San Jose del Guaviare encontrando Navia acatais, Vellozia lithophila, Senefelderiopsis chiribiquitensis, Mandevilla nerioides, Acanthella conferia, Aneimia bumifolia, Syngonanthus humboldtii, Puya floccosa, Aranella fimbriata, Siphanthera capitata, Cassylha filiformis, Pitcairnia turbinella.
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New A-nor steroids and their antifouling activity from the Chinese marine sponge Acanthella cavernosa.
Antifouling compounds against barnacle (Balanus amphitrite) larvae from the marine sponge Acanthella cavernosa.
Robyns --Mandevilla caurensis Markgr o Acanthella sprucei Hook.
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