Decreases in the relative lappet
boundary layer dimensions with increased bell diameter (and Re values) do not shift the functional role of the bell.
Ephyral bell contraction moved fluid along the exumbrellar surface and bell lappets
contained greater concentrations of luciferase L, but they were not used because the surface pigment, which drastically decreases the yield of luciferase, is difficult to remove.
periphylla exists in photocytes scattered in the exumbrellar epithelium of the dome and lappet
, whereas luciferase-O occurs in the cortical layer of eggs (Flood et al.
Tissue samples were taken from the edges of the bell and lappets
, and were embedded in paraffin and stained with hematoxylin and eosin as well as Masson's trichrome.
There is a large lateral lappet
on segment 1 and a smaller lappet
on the posterior of segment 3.
In his entomological printings, Johann August Rosel von Rosenhof described pine hawk-moths (Sphinx pinastri) and pine-tree lappets
(Dendrolimus pini) without mentioning mass propagations.
Llewellyn (1956) mentioned that Plectanocotyle species have two pairs of hooks on the lappet
, but in several specimens a third pair of anchor is also present.
By rotating the lappet
with an angle 9 the valve decrease the fluid flow with a certain amount.
The family Lasiocampidae includes the eggar, lackey or lappet
moths, a characteristic group of medium-sized, stout-bodied and often sombre-coloured insects that are related to the silk moths (Bombycidae) and moon and atlas moths (Saturnidae).
I won't take that, I will show you I am a soak lappet
[drenched leopard] if you write about me again.
Tucking his single egg under a lappet
of skin and feathers from the abdomen, he held it there out of the wet, incubating it upon his feet.