capitellum

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capitellum

[‚kap·ə′te·ləm]
(anatomy)
A small head or rounded process of a bone.
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Un dato sobresaliente es la presencia de Capitella capitata del cual se colecto en un solo muestreo a 311 individuos en esta playa, esta especie es considerada como indicadora de contaminacion y tal como lo senala Salazar (1991) se habia percatado que en areas enriquecidas con materia organica este poliqueto era el representante marino.
The ten top dominant species were Prionospio heterobranchia (832 specimens), Polydora websteri (548), Scoloplos acmeceps (370), Exogone lourei (291), Mediomastus californiensis (273), Cirriformia spirabrancha (128), Capitella capitata (68), Chone mollis (62), Megalomma pigmentum (59) and Fabricinuda limnicola (50).
Other species collected include Capitella capitata.
This result contrasts with those of Forbes (1989), who found a break in the allometry of egestion rate of Capitella sp.
Similarly, laboratory stillwater and flume-flow experiments demonstrated that although near-bottom flow influenced settlement distributions of the bivalve Mulina lateralis and the polychete Capitella sp.
Laboratory studies of the effect of predation on production and the production: biomass ratio of the opportunistic polychaete Capitella capitata (Type I).
Carmela Cuomo, a geologist and benthic (seafloor) ecologist at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, has discovered that larvae of this centimeter-long shallow-water worm of the Capitella genus find and settle into the desolate patches brimming with sulfides by somehow tracking the sulfide molecules that escape into the water.
2014) to search the predicted protein databases associated with the genomes of the annelid worm Capitella teleta, the crustacean Daphnia pulex, the chicken Gallus gallus, the gastropod mollusc Lottia gigantea, the mouse Mus musculus, the flour beetle Tribolium castaneum, and the western clawed frog Xenopus tropicalis.
In front are Kalanchoe /twine 'Fantastic' and spiky Crassula capitella thyrsiflora 'Campfire', a chameleon that's green in part sun, vermilion in full.
2012)--2-t-butyl-4-(dimethylbenzyl) phenol, 2,6-bis-(t-butyl)-4-(dimethylbenzyl) phenol (also known as MON-0585, a Monsanto mosquito larvicide similar to Methoprene (Sachet 1971)), 2,4-bis-(dimethylbenzyl) phenol (compound 3), and 2,4-bis (dimethylbenzyl)-6-t-butylphenol, 4-cumylphenol, and BPA--had juvenile hormone activity in the Capitella bioassay.