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p>Hydrogels can be easily modified to have a particular surface roughness. This modularity in hydrogels is an important feature, as roughness affects friction. Here, we systematically vary the surface morphology by separately altering the height, diameter and distance between surface asperities shaped as cylindrical pillars. Using a custom- made 3D...
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Citation: Mboujda, F.M.M.; Avana-Tientcheu, M.-L.; Momo, S.T.; Ntongme, A.M.; Vaissayre, V.; Laura, A.N.; Dussert, S.; Womeni, H.; Onana, J.-M.; Sonké, B.; et al. Domestication Syndrome in Dacryodes edulis (Burseraceae): Comparison of Morphological and Biochemical Traits between Wild and Cultivated Populations. Plants 2022, 11, 2496.
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Three species of Centrobolus were identified (C. anulatus, C. inscriptus, C. ruber) based on morphology and confirmed using Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) of gonopod structure. One set of linear measurements was made from the SEM micrographs: (1) coleopod spine length; and number. Moments of inertia in three species were gaged. Coleopod spine l...
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Plator soastus sp. nov. of the spider family Trochanteriidae Karsch, 1879 is described and illustrated on the basis of female specimens collected in the Swat Valley, representing the first record of the genus in Pakistan and its (north) westernmost record for the whole known range. Material of both sexes of P. pandeae Tikader, 1969 from northern In...
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IMM20 Workshop on the Imperfectablity of Morphology
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A new species Callicarolynia yixieke Kang & Hu, belonging to Pteromalidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea), and also a newly recorded genus Callicarolynia Heydon, 1989 from China and Palearctic region, is described and illustrated from a depopulated alpine area, Altun mountain nature reserve (Xinjiang, China), and the morphological characters were compa...
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morphology changes of synovial macrophages in response to different stimuli
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Although Hydroidolinae are abundant and ecologically important in Pakistan, their study appears to be lacking. The genus Lensia has 37 species, which are found all over the world. It is the most diverse genus of the Hydroidolinae. Only five species have been recorded in Pakistani waters. However, three species, Lensia meteori (Leloup, 1934), L. har...
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A new monoraphid diatom genus, Platesiberia gen. nov., is described based on a detailed morphological investigation using light and scanning electron microscopy. The genus is based upon P. rhombicolanceolata Kulikovskiy & Lange-Bertalot and includes Platessa baicalensis Kulikovskiy & Lange-Bertalot, both species previously described from ancient La...
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La carotte et le pastinais - l'histoire - Vavilov, Mackevic, Dioskoride, Banga - morphologie - diversité des couleurs et résistance - la collection de la banque des genes. 55 p. 54 fig. 19.6 Mb. 2022.
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Citation: Sasikumar, S.; Dushyanthakumar, B.M; Sridhara, S.; Adivappar, N.; Babu Bheemanapalli Nagraja, H.; M. El-Shehawi, A.; Aloufi, S.; Alqurashi, M.; Elansary, H.O.; Elhindi, K.M.; et al. Phenotypic Plasticity in Morphological Traits of Abelmoschus esculentus L.
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Macrofungal explorations undertaken to several Sal (Shorea robusta) dominated tropical forests of West Bengal and Jharkhand (India) yielded various wild mushrooms. Studies on these collections revealed an interesting and novel taxon of Lactifluus subg. Lactariopsis which is proposed herein as Lactifluus tropicalis. The new species is presented with...
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A new genus and a new species of valvatiform stygobiotic mollusc of the family Hydrobiidae are described for the Fluvià River basin, in Catalonia, based on morphologic traits of the shells and peculiarities of the male reproductive system.
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This book challenges current typologically-oriented defi nitions of applicative morphology by fl eshing out recurrent non-syntactic functions as well as "aberrant" morphosyntactic behavior attested in a sample of geographically distant and genetically unrelated languages. Besides broadening our understanding of applicatives, it uncovers new sources...
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BACKGROUND: Clinical and morphological factors associated with lipidic versus calcified neoatherosclerosis within second-generation drug-eluting stents and the impact of lipidic versus calcified neoatherosclerosis on long-term outcomes after repeat intervention have not been well studied.
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A new genus and species of harvestman belonging to the family Sclerosomatidae from the Russian Northwest Caucasus is proposed: Amilenoides caucasicus n. gen., n. sp. This species has unusual male penial characteristics, which are judged as plesiomorphic traits within subfamily Leiobuninae. The relationships on subfamily level are discussed. This ne...
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Front Cover In article number 2200429, Zhou, Li, Ou, and co‐workers developed a universal ion‐exchange and in‐situ pyrolysis strategy to co‐regulate structural morphologies and chemical contents of metal‐organic framework derivatives, achieving enhanced microwave absorption performances.
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Fromundus pygmaeus is recorded from Egypt for the first time, where eight specimens were collected from Qift road between Qena and El-Quseer. Morphological characters of the collected specimens were illustrated with light and scanning electron microscopic images.
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A budai Várnegyed rekonstrukciója a második világháború után visszaadta a Polgárváros középkori és barokk léptékét és értékeit, ezeket kulturális, lakó és turisztikai funkciókkal töltve meg. A magyar főváros egyetlen integráns történelmi negyedeként őrzi történelmünk és építészetünk lenyomatai mellett a városépítő polgárság emlékét is. Ebből a tört...
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Enterolobium cyclocarpum (Jacq.) Griseb. es un árbol que se usa en programas de reforestación y restauración ecológica; sin embargo, se desconoce la variación altitudinal de la morfología de las plántulas, la cual puede ser un indicador de la adaptación de la especie a las condiciones ambientales de los sitios donde se puede establecer de manera ex...
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1991T-like supernovae are the luminous, slow-declining extreme of the Branch shallow-silicon (SS) subclass of Type Ia supernovae. They are distinguished by extremely weak Ca II H & K and Si II $\lambda6355$ and strong Fe III absorption features in their optical spectra at pre-maximum phases, and have long been suspected to be over-luminous compared...
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In 2021 and 2022, the presence of Berberis plants in the Çankırı province of Turkey and their aecia infection status were investigated. In 2021, 45 Berberis plants in Şabanözü, Orta, Atkaracalar, Kurşunlu and Korgun districts, and in 2022, 73 Berberis plants in Eldivan, Yapraklı, Ilgaz, Şabanözü districts and Çankırı central district were examined....
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This study investigated the association between cross-language morphological awareness and reading comprehension among second language (English) adult learners who speak Sinhala as a first language. Measures of morphological awareness and reading comprehension (sentence-level and passage-level) in both languages were administered to appraise learne...
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The spider family Ctenidae Keyserling, 1877 has a worldwide distribution with 580 species belonging to 49 genera, of which 109 species of six genera are distributed in Southeast Asia.Four new species of ctenid spiders are described from Southeast Asia: Anahita menglun sp. n. (Yunnan, China), Bowie haiphong sp. n. (Hai Phong, Vietnam), Bowie mengla...
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Aspectos morfológicos e texturais de antrossolos no sítio arqueológico AP-MA-05, Macapá-Amapá. Morphological, textural aspects and the conservation of anthrosols in the archaeological site AP-MA-05, Macapá-Amapá. Resumo O sítio arqueológico AP-MA-05, localizado no campus da Universidade Federal do Amapá, município de Macapá-AP, destaca-se pela gran...
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Phytophthora infestans is a destructive pathogen in the tropical and the sub-tropical areas of the world. Identification of pathogens is very important to find successful disease control strategies. Here, we isolated and identified P. infestans, as well as, determined the morphological characteristics, on different media. The phenotypic characteris...
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Swertia kashmirensis (Gentianaceae), a new species from Bangus Valley of Kashmir Himalaya, India is described here. The species resembles morphologically to Swertia thomsonii but differs markedly from it by cauline leaves free at base, petals having obtuse apices, nectaries oblong-oval, fimbriae 3-5, restricted on lower part of the nectary towards...
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Two closely related species of the genus Piribelba (Oribatida, Damaeidae) are redescribed based on morphology of adults and developmental instars. Redescription of P. rossica (Bulanova-Zachvatkina, 1957) is based on specimens collected in Russia, including specimens identified by Bulanova-Zachvatkina; redescription of P. piriformis (Mihelčič, 1964)...
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The peroneus longus tendon, as one of the only dynamic stabilisers of the first ray has the theoretical possibility of being defunctioned in hallux valgus (HV). In this study, our primary outcome was to report and compare the position and morphology of the peroneus longus tubercle (PLT) in feet with and without HV, using weight-bearing CT (WBCT). O...
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Although the juvenile instars of oribatid mite family Lohmanniidae are well known compared to the other families of the infraorder Enarthronota, information on morphological ontogeny most known species is still lacking. Herein, a new species of the genus Lepidacarus is proposed from soil-litter of the Maafushi Island, Maldives, based on all ontogen...
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Nectary morphology of Matthiola species (Brassicaceae) in the Flora Iranica area was examined using a stereomicroscope to evaluate its systematic significance and assess infrageneric relationships. The study demonstrated that, most characters of the nectaries were constant among different populations of a given species and were taxonomically useful...
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Tracing the morphology of devotional materialism specifically within the domestic space in Scotland with relation to intra-christian sectarianism. Adjacent themes underpinning both the morphology and its investigation include gender, law and thinking beyond objects of material or immaterial wealth. The purpose of this paper is to track and assist i...
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Uma nova espécie de Orchidaceae, Eltroplectris guimaraesii Rocha, A.E.S. & Afonso, E.A.L., coletada em área de várzea no município de Jacareacanga, Estado do Pará, Brasil, é descrita e ilustrada e sua morfologia é comparada com espécies relacionadas.
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Este atlas es producto de un proyecto de aula, el cual tenía como objetivo conocer las características morfológicas y anatómicas del Yamú (Brycon amazonicus), un carácido dulceacuícola de interés comercial en los Llanos Orientales de Colombia.
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Los cráteres de impacto son el producto de la colisión entre objetos de diferente tamaño, consolidación, estructura y origen, que ocurren a velocidades relativas muy elevadas. Sus principales características son una depresión, bordes elevados y mucho material suelto a sus alrededores. La forma final que adquiere el cráter depende de las condiciones...
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Recently, several Devonian localities and the related biota occurring from the southeastern Turkey were reinvestigated. Although, the Hakkari-Çukurca and the Diyarbakır-Hazro areas of the Arabian Plate are considered as an important source of the Devonian macrofossils from the north Arabian sector of Gondwana, the existing record of Devonian trilob...
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Partimos aqui da premissa de que a urbanização é uma tecnologia. Iniciando o texto com um “causo” vivenciado no sertão da Paraíba, debatemos como as redes de infraestrutura urbana se constituem de técnicas que configuram a forma do ordenamento territorial como parte estruturante de um paradigma branco/colonial/moderno, cis-heteronormativo e capital...
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Morfologi adalah salah satu cabang ilmu linguistik am dan merupakan antara disiplin ilmu utama yang terlibat dalam proses menganalisis bahasa. Proses tersebut menyebabkan semua bahasa di dunia tidak dapat lari daripada terkait secara terus dengan perbincangan ilmu morfologi termasuklah bahasa Arab. Meskipun kajian bidang morfologi bahasa Arab telah...
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The automatic detection and accurate characterization of drainage patterns are of primary importance for interpreting the regional geologic origin and the features of the regional geological structure. However, there are few studies regarding the identification of cross-basin drainage patterns. In addition, the automatic level of the current approa...
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We describe a new species of small-sized (SVL 24.6–28.8 mm) rupicolous Cnemaspis from the Biligirirangan Hills (BR Hills), Karnataka based on morphology and molecular (mitochondrial 16S and ND2) data. The new species is nested within the monticola , mysoriensis and gracilis clades, where it is basal to monticola and gracilis clades in the Maximum L...
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Resumo Neste artigo se discute o corpus italiano relativo ao aparecimento do Monstro de Ravenna. De saída, apresenta-se uma metodologia para o exame de materiais teratológicos de uma primeira época moderna, enfocando os dispositivos de autorização e os critérios datados de sua legibilidade. A seguir, são examinados os diários de Sebastiano di Branc...
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The discovery of Paradromius linearis (Olivier, 1795) (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Lebiinae) is reported based on a collection in the Halifax region, which represents a new North American record.
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Tetst’ıné is a dialect of Dëne Sųłıné (ISO: CHP) spoken in Canada’s Northwest Territories. The verb system of Tetst’ıné has only recently been described (Jaker and Cardinal 2020); this paper is the first to propose an analysis of the distribution of long and short vowels in Tetst’ıné prefixes. In Tetst’ıné, all long vowels in prefixes are derived f...
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The synonymy between Pachypasa otus (Drury, 1777) and P. otus fulvescens Kotzsch, 1932 is supported by the lack of any stable morphologic characters and average distance of 0.3% in the cytochrome C oxidase (COI) gene between the Balkan (n = 4) and the Levantine (n = 2) populations. The Iranian population is described as a new species, Pachypasa hau...
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Raphiocarpus sinovietnamicus, a new species of Gesneriaceae from China and Vietnam, is described and illustrated here. It is morphologically close to R. axillaris and R. tam-daoensis, but can be distinguished from the later two by its broadly tubular corolla tube and red to purple-red, purplish-yellow corolla outside. Detailed morphological descrip...
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Sendo uma das necrópoles islâmicas mais importantes de toda a Extremadura espanhola, a maqbara do “Cuartel de Artilleria Hernán Cortés (CAHC)” revelou cerca de 230 inumações, datadas entre os séculos VIII e IX. Foi analisada a morfologia da dentição permanente de 84 indivíduos, de acordo com a metodologia ASUDAS.
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A new genus of streblid bat fly with a postgenal ctenidium is erected and two new species from Brazil are described. We tested the phylogenetic position of the new genus using morphological data, through a cladistic analysis comparing it with eight genera of Trichobiinae and four of Streblinae. Our results showed the new genus is a sister group of...
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Description and illustration of Clavariadelphus griseoglaucus, a new species based on material from the forests of Garfagnana in the province of Lucca, Tuscany. The institution of the taxonomic novelty is supported by both morphological and phylogenetic evidence.
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White-cheeked Turaco Menelikornis (leucotis) leucotis and Crimson-crested Turaco M. (l.) donaldsoni have long been treated as conspecific. Because of the lack of data concerning their distribution and areas of potential geographical overlap, they have been considered to be parapatric at most. In 2019 and 2021, we conducted a field study that produc...
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Two species of Centrobolus were identified (C. anulatus, C. inscriptus) based on morphology and confirmed using Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) of the gonopod structure. Two sets of linear measurements were made: (1) size, and (2) absolute abundance. Male and female sizes in two species were gaged. Male size and absolute abundance were positivel...
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Famosas pelo potencial paisagístico, as plantas ornamentais foram difundidas nas comunidades e, com o tempo, se tornaram mais presentes no cotidiano. Há benefícios de se manter plantas em áreas urbanas, pela beleza e conforto térmico, sendo necessário ter critérios de seleção como porte, tipo de raiz, de parte aérea, fenologia e aparência. É import...
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Gem-grade twinned high-pressure high-temperature (HPHT) synthetic diamond crystals are rare. Hence, few investigations on their morphological features and formation have been reported. In this article, the morphological and surface microtopographic features of HPHT synthetic-diamond crystals contact twinning is detailed and investigated. It indicat...
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The genus Rinaca Walker 1855 was established with the type species Caligula simla (Westwood 1847) from Simlah (=Shimla), India. Rinaca lindia (Moore 1865) was first reported from northeast, India. During the present study, two specimens of Rinaca lindia (Moore 1865) were collected from the Babareshi region of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), India, after a...