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- The sessile drop technique is a method used for the characterization of solid surface energies, and in some cases, aspects of liquid surface energies...
- live in shallow and tidal waters, typically in erosive settings. They are sessile (nonmobile) suspension feeders, and have four n****nic (active swimming)...
- Kensington. During that time, Miers published his Catalogue of the stalk- and sessile-e**** Crustacea of New Zealand in 1876 and revised the Plagusiinae, Hippidae...
- part of 1882, and compiled a Catalogue of the Australian Stalk- and Sessile-e**** Crustacea which was published in that year. In the same year he was appointed...
- Together with John Obadiah Westwood, he wrote "A history of the British sessile-e**** Crustacea" in 1868. He wrote reports on the crustaceans collected during...
- their lives in the plankton before graduating to either the n****n or a sessile, benthic existence. Although zooplankton are primarily transported by ambient...
- Collinsia verna, or blue-e**** Mary, is a winter annual that is native to the eastern and central parts of North America but has become endangered in the...
- least twice the diameter of the right eye, tubular, yellow-green, faces upward, and bulges out of the head. Sessile animals such as sponges are asymmetrical...
- 4 cm (0.79 to 1.57 in) long. The flowers are greenish-white, fragrant, sessile and reach about 12 cm (4.7 in) in length, though appear shorter due to...
- coccinea Scarlet oak – Quercus coccinea Scrub oak – Quercus macrocarpa Sessile oak – Quercus petraea Spanish oak – Quercus coccinea, Quercus rubra Spotted...
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