flexus

flexus

(fleks -ŭs) (plural: flexi) a low curvilinear ridge with a scalloped pattern. The word is used in the approved name of such a surface feature on a planet or satellite.
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Isolates Genus / Species In vitro Germplasm Skills Tested Accession Number EB-133 Bacillus N Fixer AB301022.1 amyloliquefaciens EB-25 Bacillus cereus N Fixer GU451184.1 EB-88 Bacillus flexus N Fixer DO870687.1 EB-49 Bacillus licheniformis N Fixer EU366371.1 EB-51 Bacillus pumilus N Fixer HQ218993.1 P Solubilizer EB-64 Bacillus pumilus N Fixer JF271873.1 EB-169 Bacillus pumilus N Fixer FJ189791.1 EB-40 Bacillus sp.
A Riedel company since 2016, ASL Intercom will display its latest products, Enchorus and Flexus, at the Riedel stand.
Gharibi, "Bacillus flexus strain As-12, a new arsenic transformer bacterium isolated from contaminated water resources," Chemosphere, vol.
The ASL Flexus intercom system, for instance, is able to support multiple standards including Dante/AES67/AVB and Ravenna in a single system.
BMS also acquired Flexus Biosciences, a privately held biotechnology company focused on novel anti-cancer therapeutics, for a potential total consideration of $1.25 billion, including $800 million upfront and development milestones.
Labial flexus relative size: 0 = labial flexi on the same size; 1 = paraflexus reduced.