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rugose

[′rü‚gōs]
(biology)
Having a wrinkled surface.
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acuteplicata (Schmidt) and Eochonetes (=Thaerodonta in Roomusoks 1981) occur together with tabulate and rugose corals in different lithologies of the reef complex of the Porkuni RS.
High-frequency rugose exopolysaccharide production by Vibrio cholerae.
Coronado and Rodriguez (2009) recognized syringoporoid corals in the algal-mounds of Cosgaya Formation in Cantabria (Spain) where they occur associated with calcareous algae, chaetetids and rugose corals.
Propodeum laterally weakly and uniformly rugose and pubescent, lateral propodeal carinae strongly diverge toward posterior end of propodeum, central propodeal area rugose and glabrous.
George, Kober 5BB, LN33 and Freedom) were graft-inoculated with viruses associated with the rugose wood complex (RW) to study their growth response and symptom expression.
In the more rugose substrate, the ROV and SDC allowed rockfish to be observed in individual cracks and crevices although identifying individuals partially hidden in crevices was more difficult with the SDC.
Thorax: anterior lobe of pronotum much narrower than posterior lobe, anterolateral angles obliquely truncate, lateral notch angularly deep; sublateral areas of disc of fore lobe each with a rugose longitudinal ridge which runs posteriorly to middle of hind lobe.
The two ball chert zones in the middle Fredonia occur in a lithographic to finely crystalline limestone interval; white to gray color and includes spirifer brachiopods, horn corals, and the rugose coral (Lithostrotion harmodites).
Reproductive cycle of the rugose pen shell, Pinna rugosa Sowerby, 1835 (Mollusca: Bivalvia) from Bahia Concepci6n, Gulf of California and its relation to temperature and photoperiod.
Abdul Rahman, MB, Zaidan, UH, Basri, M, Hussein, MZ, Abdul Rahman, RNZ, Salleh, AB, "Enzymatic Synthesis of Methyl Adipate Ester Using Lipase from Candida rugose Immobilized on Mg, Zn and Ni of Layered Double Hydroxides.
Pileus (fertile portion of receptacle) consisting of 5-6 arms, 21-34 mm long, united when young to free at maturity, internal surface convex, grooved to rugose, color pastel red (7A4) before maturity; external surface concave, smooth, reddish grey (7B2).