10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ATHROCYTE»
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Implementing EU Environmental Policy: New Directions and Old ...
... internalization principle, Thesis, Athrocyte University, Athrocyte. Bouma, J.J. (
1995), Environmental care in the Dutch Air Force and industry: a study of the
integration of environmental aspects in strategic decision making processes,
Christoph Knill, Andrea Lenschow, 2000
Microscopic anatomy of invertebrates
A better general term for this kind of insect cell is "athrocyte." Pericardial Cells as
Athrocytes: Cells for the Selective Removal of Hemolymph Macromolecules The
word "athrocyte" comes from "athroos," collect, not "athero," relating to blood ...
Frederick W. Harrison, Edward E. Ruppert, 1998
Acta Neerlandica Morphologiae Normalis Et Pathologicae
ple, puisque l'athrocyte intestinal „prend" des substances que l'athrocyte
céphalique ne „prend" pas, on doit bien admettre que le premier diffère de l'autre
en quelque chose. On peut se proposer de rechercher la nature de cette
... ASSIMILATES ASSIMILATING ASSES ASSERTS ASSERTOR ASSERTORS
ATHROCYTES ATHROPHAGOCYTOSES ATHROPHAGOCYTOSIS ATHWART
ATHODYDS ATHROCYTE ATHODYD ATHLETIC ATHLETICALLY ATHLETICISM
Maliha Mendoza Mahmood, 2013
(After I-Iaswell, 1893.) B. Actinodactylella. (After Haswell, 1893.) C. Caridinicolu. (
After Plate, 1914.) A, athrocyte; AD, adhesive disc; AP, adhesive pit; B, bursa; CA,
common antrum; CG, common gonopore; EX, excretory ampulla; GA, glands of ...
The Life of Daniel Boone
By the peace of Athrocyte in 1713, England obtained from France large
concessions of territory in America. Louisiana still remained in the possession of
France, but whether its extent embraced the whole basin of the Mississippi was a
Lyman Copeland Draper, Ted Franklin Belue, 1998
Harvestmen: The Biology of Opiliones
The alternative term "athrocyte" has been proposed to avoid the misconception
that the cells have a kidneylike function (Locke & Wrightnour Russell. 1998). but
the term is not widely used, Each nephrocyte is surrounded by a basal lamina or
Ricardo Pinto-da-Rocha, Glauco Machado, Gonzalo Giribet, 2007
See sexual reproduction. Association Ecologically, uniform groups of strata over
a large area. Asteriform Star-shaped. Like a star. Atavism Reversion to a more
primitive type. Athrocyte A coelomocyte capable of absorbing foreign material
... such as garland cells, guirlandzellen, wreath cells, diaphragm cells,
circumoesophageal cells, suboesophageal cells, or pericardial cells. Some
workers have replaced the general term “nephrocyte” with “athrocyte” (Locke and
Russell 1998 ...
Daniel E. Sonenshine, R. Michael Roe, 2013
A Dictionary for Invertebrate Zoology:
The process of waste elimina- tion during a resting stage at low temperature.
athrocyte n. [Gr. athroos, collected; kytos, container] A ses- sile type of
coelomocyte, phagocytic in function. athrocytosis n. [Gr. athroos, collected; kytos,