opacus

opacus

[ō′pā·kəs]
(meteorology)
A variety of cloud (sheet, layer, or patch), the greater part of which is sufficiently dense to obscure the sun; found in the genera altocumulus, altostratus, stratocumulus, and stratus; cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds are inherently opaque.
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Sciftalopus opacus Paramo Tapaculo P FORMICARIIDAE, Antthrush 115.
P4, Rhodococcus jostii RHA1, Rhodococcus opacus B4, and Rhodococcus equi 103S with a Venn diagram, and it is found that there are 2263, 2797, 2736, and 4137 consensus genes, respectively.
1 2,5 21,4 Staphylinidae Anothylus sp.1 2,5 -- Apocellus obscurus -- -- Apocellus opacus -- -- Meronera sp.
5 5 Cylindrotermes sapiranga 2 2 Rocha & Cancello, 2007 Dihoplotermes inusitatus 2 2 Araujo, 1961 Inquilinitermes 1 1 microcerus Silvestri, 1901 Microcerotermes 84 124 208 strunckii (Soerensen, 1884) Neocapritermes opacus 1 1 (Hagen, 1858) Termes sp.
Isolation and characterization of benzene- tolerant Rhodococcus opacus strains.
Heterocerus oblongulus Kuwert 1890; Heterocerus opacus Rey 1890; Heterocerus pulchellus Kuwert 1890; Heterocerus similis Kuwert 1890
Isolation and Characterization of Benzene-tolerant Rhodococus opacus Strains.
Golovleva, "Phenol degradation by Rhodococcus opacus strain 1G," Applied Biochemistry and Microbiology, vol.