niveus

niveus

[′niv·ē·əs]
(biology)
Snow-white in color. Also spelled niveous.
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A especie vegetal Rubus niveus Thunb., que e uma planta agressiva, de acordo com informacao de 13,46%, proliferou devido ao abandono da terra.
The classification of adult ticks Species Adult male Adult female Total Hyalomma marginatum 1 0 1(7%) Ixodes ricinus 0 4 4(29%) Rhipicephalus turanicus 6 0 6(43%) Rhipicephalus sanguineus 1 0 1(7%) Dermacentor niveus 1 0 1(7%) Haemapyhsalis otophila 0 1 1(7%) Total 9 5 14(100%)
Plantas de alimentacion: [Salicaceae] Xylosma flexuosa (Beccaloni et al., 2008); [Leguminosae] Inga vera (Beccaloni et al., 2008); [Rubiaceae] Augusta rivalis (Beccaloni et al., 2008); [Euphorbiaceae] Croton niveus [Phyllanthaceae] Phyllanthus adenodiscus (Beccaloni et al., 2008; Rodriguez et al., 2010); [Malpighiaceae] Byrsonima crassifolia (Beccaloni et al., 2008; Rodriguez et al., 2010).
Productionand Biochemical characterization of xylanases from an alkali tolerant novel sp Aspergillus niveus RS2.
niveus prefers hydrophobic residues, clots milk, and activates trypsinogen 9 From the ascomycete Hydrolysis of proteins Endothia parasitica with specificity similar to that of pepsin A, prefers hydrophobic residues 10 Isolated from the Hydrolysis of zygomycete fungi proteins, favouring Mucor pusillus and M.
(2012) reported that the cutting type affects the number of roots in black raspberry (Rubus niveus), where the basal stem cutting presents better results in comparison to root cuttings in summer.
(black mulberries) and Rubus niveus Thunb (raspberries), assessing their antioxidant properties and effects on gastric mucin content, as well as on [H.sup.+]/[K.sup.+]-ATPase activity.
Hiervolgens kan n term vir wit, wat byvoorbeeld met albus aangedui is, nou met niveus as 'sneeuwit', candidus as 'suiwer wit' of eburneus as 'ivoorwit' verfyn word.
The confusion may also be induced by (a) same vernacular name for two species, for example, "Copalchi" refers to Coutarea latiflora (not toxic) and Croton niveus (toxic), (b) adulteration by allopathic drugs, (c) circumstances of use, this may result in misuse of herbal products or excessive drenching of animals at times, (d) many unknown factors related to the affected animals' habits/history, and (e) uncontrolled delivery of herbal products via Internet [228].
Damasio et al., "Use of cassava peel as carbon source for production of amylolytic enzymes by Aspergillus niveus," International Journal of Food Engineering, vol.
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