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maculate

[′mak·yə·lət]
(botany)
Marked with speckles or spots.
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God not only does not reject sinners who, after evaluating their maculate lives, blackened by sins, abide in a total conversion, in forsaking evil deeds and redirecting the mind, the heart and the will towards Him, but also receives them just as He receives the righteous, and not only does He not punish them, but looks for them, He Himself, finding them, rejoices in their conversion together with all His saints.
of counted insects [+ or -] SE Callosobruchus maculates 10.10 [+ or -] 0.362 c Bruchus rufimanus 15.13 [+ or -] 0.381 b Bruchus incarnatus 9.12 [+ or -] 0.301 c Bruchus pisorum 5.13 [+ or -] 0.281 d Bruchus lentis (ervi) 25.11 [+ or -] 0.521 a Callosobruchus chinensis 3.03 [+ or -] 0.191 e Mean in columns sharing the same letter are not significantly different at 0.05 probability using LSD test.
Reproduction and growth of Pimelodus clarias maculates (Lac.1803) Pimelodidae, Pisces, in the Upper Parana River, Argentina: Reservoir effect.
Joseph, Characterization of collagen from the swim bladder of catfish (Tachysurus maculates), Asian Fisheries Sci, 11, 1-10 (1998).
Insecticidal effects of Thuja occidentalis (Cupressaceae) essential oil on Callosobruchus maculates [Coleoptera: Bruchidae].
An investigation was conducted on fungal diseases of three imported freshwater ornamental fish Carassius auratus (L.), Xiphophorus maculates (Gunter) and Poecilia reticulate (Peters).
auratus, its two verities black moor and shubunkin; koi, Cyprinus carpio: platy, Xiphophorus maculates, and guppy, Poecilia reticulate ) imported to Pakistan.
Akinneye, "Biological activity of tree marigold, Tithonia diversifolia, on cowpea seed bruchid, Callosobruchus maculates (Coleoptera: Bruchidae)," Annals of Applied Biology, vol.
maculates), have two kinds of pigmentary organelles, brownish-red pterinosomes and yellow carotenoid vesicles (8).
Hypsoblennius hentz Menticirrhus americanus Symphurus plagiusa Litopenaeus setiferus Dasyatis sabina Orthopristis chrysoptera Trinectes maculates Cynoscion regalis Chloroscombrus chrysours Sciaenops ocellatus Scomberomorus maculates Trachinotusfalcatus Lutjanus griseus Opisthonema oglinum Abudefduf saxatilis Larimus fasciatus Microgobius thalassinus Ctenogobius boleosoma Sphyraena guachancho Eucinostomus gula Diapterus auratus Summer Species Jul Aug Sept Anchoa mitchilli 43 308 319 Bairdiella chrysoura 5 3 -- Cyprinodon variegatus 1 2 variegatus Poecilia latipinna Callinectes sapidus 79 43 38 Fundulus heteroclitus 46 9 19 Palaemonetes spp.
Persistence and residual activity of an organophosphate, pirimiphos-methyl, and three IGRs, hexaflumuron, teflubenzuron and pyriproxyfen, against the cowpea weevil, Callosobrushus maculates (Coleoptera: Bruchidae).
Among arthropods, only 14 species were abundant and ubiquitous including Sphaerodema annulatum Fabricius, Sphaerodema molestum Duf., Laccotrephes maculates (Fabricius), Corixa hieroglyphica Duf., Notonecta sp.