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remiges

[′rem·ə‚jēz]
(vertebrate zoology)
Wing feathers of a bird.
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Taiho Pharmaceutical has made use of the Remiges BioPharma Fund I as a platform for open innovation with academia, research institutions, and startups in the early stages of development in the US and Europe.
Japanese pharma company Taiho Pharmaceutical Co Ltd said on Wednesday that it has signed an agreement to invest up to USD30m in Remiges Biopharma Fund II LP, a biopharma venture capital fund formed by Remiges Ventures Inc.
Physical examination revealed that all of the primary and secondary remiges had been clipped by the owner.
Overlap of these events would be similar to that of male murres (Uria spp.), which depart colonies at approximately 20 d of age, accompanied by single chicks, and soon molt remiges synchronously, which renders them temporarily flightless (Gaston 1982; Scott 1990).
We determined age class by comparing pigmentation patterns of the two outermost primaries (9 and 10) to adjacent remiges. Yearlings (i.e.
Just as impressed were the jurors of the 14th Jeonju International Film Festival in South Korea, where "Mamay Umeng" tied for the Woosuk Prize, or the best film award, with Japanese director Masato Ozawa's "Remiges."
fulva appeared to demonstrate a slight preference for wings (between the barbs of the long wing remiges), over head and neck regions (Pfaffenberger & Rosero 1984, Perez et al.
De cada uno de los individuos se recolectaron remiges primarias y rectrices, que se almacenaron en tubos Eppendorf de 1,5 ml con 0,5 ml de etanol al 70%, para la posterior obtencion del ADN (DONOHUE & DUFTY, 2006; CONSTANTINI et al., 2008).
(17) "Hoc etsi divinis comprobatur elogiis, hoc etsi solius podio rationis innixa contestatur antiquitas, solio augustali vacante, totus orbis exorbitat, quod nauclerus et remiges in navicula Petri dormitant, et quod Ytalia misera, sola privatis arbitriis derelicta omnique publico moderamine destituta, quanta ventorum fluentorumve concussione feratur verba non caperent, sed et vix Ytali infelices lacrimis metiuntur." (Opere 400)