aculeate


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aculeate

[ə′kyü·lē·ət]
(biology)
Pertaining to something that is prickly.
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Blades 7-18 cm long, rigid, erect-curved, glaucous with the apex acuminate, acute and very pungent, not aculeate.
One of the interesting features of stylopization (infestation of a host by a strepsipteran) in aculeate Hymenoptera is the tendency of host by a strepsipteran) in aculeate Hymenoptera is the tendency of parasitized adults to be "intersexes" with a mix of male and female characters (Salt 1927).
A comparison of nesting success and nesting habits in some Afrotropical aculeate wasps, with particular reference to nest parasites.
1992, "Micropropagation of Bauhinia variegata and Parkinsonia aculeate from nodal explants of mature trees," Plant Cell, Tiss.
Effects of increasing land utilization on species representation and diversity of aculeate wasps and bees in the semi-arid areas of Southern Africa.
This community is dominated by Echinops husoni and accompanied with Basia eriophora, Crotalaria aculeate, Alhagi maurorum and Zilla spinosa.
chlorocodonis, and with an aculeate convex surface and smooth near the base.
A summer green manure crop of dhaincha [Sesbania aculeate (Willd.
Metamorphosis in type I developers has been studied in the past by MacBride (1907) on Ophiothrix fragilis, Narasimhamurti (1933) on Ophiocoma nigra, Olsen (1942) on Ophiopholis aculeate, and Tominaga et al.