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dipteral

dipteral temple, shown in plan
A classical temple having two rows of free columns, rather than a single row, surrounding the cella. also see peripteral, pseudodipteral.
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The ability of these toxins to cause the death of the insect larvae of the dipteral and scalp insects 23 Many scientists have been interested in studying the toxicity, biochemical, structure, and pathological and histological influence of this toxic protein molecule on insect larvae, especially dipteral.
Key to the adults of the most common forensic species of Dipteral in South America.
Histopathological effects of tannic acid on the midgut epithelium of some aquatic dipteral larvae.
In particular, excessive concentration of excreta causes a large number of harmful dipteral insects, which attack and cause stress to dairy cows.
This means that it is important to obtain local parameters of the developmental rate of forensic dipteral applications.
The Tc toxin factors, similar to Bt Cry toxins, are orally ingested toxic compounds that have been known to be insecticidal to the insect taxa including coleopteran, lepidoptera, dipteral and hemiptera.