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tagma

[′tag·mə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A compound body section of a metameric animal that results from embryonic fusion of two or more somites.
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Tagma provides herbicides, insecticides, fungicides and surfactants to allow the Brazilian agriculture market to meet regulatory and consumer requirements.
In Brazil, Tagma is a provider of custom formulation and packaging services for crop protection chemicals that include herbicides, insecticides, fungicides and surfactants.
Halil Emin Mustafa Tagma, Meltem Muftuler-Bac ve Ezgi Uzun, "The Path to an Entrenching Alliance: Utilitarianism and Historical Institutionalism in Commiting to NATO's Missile Defense System," Uluslararasi Iliskiler 9(36), Kis 2013, s.
The series of Die & Mould exhibition is "A Trend Setter" organised by TAGMA since 1998; which has build growing global awareness and reputation as the only trade fair in India for the die & mould industry and very large by international standards of various Die Mould Exhibitions held globally.
Morfologia y quetotaxia del tagma cefalico larval de Lutzomyia Franca, 1924 (Diptera: Psychodidae): Proposicion de un sistema de nomenclatura.
At the India Forum entitled "Benchmark, sourcing strategies and firsthand reports", representatives of the trade association from India (TAGMA) will be responsive to the market structure and market development.
Since 1995 Greece has used 20 AH-64A helicopters, serving with 1 Tagma Epidolkon Elikopteron (Attack Helicopter Regiment 1) at Stefanovikio.
To be Christian means to participate in the liturgy of the community, to subordinate oneself to the whole according to one's tagma [rank], to hold to the apostolic message, and to exercise and grow in Christian virtue" (Ecclesiastical Office 91).