10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDYSIS»
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endysis. is. the. growth. of. new. hair,. plumage,. scales,. etc. } enecate is a
synonym for “kill, destroy” enema comes from Greek emienai, “send or put in”
enemy comes from Latin inimicus, in-, “not” and amicus, “friend” energy is from
Handbook of Field and General Ornithology: A Manual of the ...
Endysis and Ecdysis. — Putting on and off Plumage. — Newly hatched birds are
covered for some time with a kind of down, entirely different from such feathers as
they ultimately acquire. It is scanty, leaving much or all of the body naked, ...
Key to North American birds
Elliott Coues. highly important special "flight-feathers" of the wings and "rudder-
feathers" of the tail are to be examined beyond, in describing those members for
purposes of classification. Endysis and Ecdysis. — Putting on and off Plumage.
A Dictionary of Scientific Terms, Pronunciation, Derivation, ...
endysis (ëndrsls) я. [Gk. endysis, putting on.] The development of a new coat (
zool.). energesis (ën'ërjë'sls) я. [Gk. energein, to be active.^ The process by
which energy is liberated through kata- bolic action (phys.). energid (ën'ërjld) я. [
Gk. en ...
Isabella Ferguson Henderson, William Dawson Henderson, 1920
Putnam's Word Book: A Practical Aid in Expressing Ideas ...
Associated words: plumassier, ptery- lography, endysis, ecdysis, moult, moulting,
mew, desplumation, preen, barb, midrib, shaft, barbule, pompon, plumassary.
feathery, a. plumy, pennaceous. feature, n. aspect, appearance; lineament; trait, ...
Louis Andrew Flemming, 1913
A Dictionary for Invertebrate Zoology:
[Gr. endon, within; zone, belt] (BRYO: Stenolae- mata) The inner parts of zooids
in a colony with weak walls and skeletons. endozooidal ooecium (BRYO) An
ooecium opening below the operculum of the parent zooid. endysis n. [Gr.
Key to North American birds
The physiological processes involved in endysis and ecdysis are analogous to
those concerned in shedding of hair of mammals, casting of cuticle of reptiles ; for
hair, cuticle, and feather are alike cuticular or epidermal structures, as we have ...
It begins with endysis (the act of developing a new coat) and ends with the
résorption of salts from the shell in preparation for ecdysis. Olm- stead and
Baumberger (1923) were the first to study the "molt cycle'' as such. They assigned
6 stages ...
"Labour Minister Tackles Dispute," Cyprus Weekly (27 March 1987); "Antaperyia
apiloun oi viomihani endysis," Fileleftheros (26 April 1987); "Panaperyian stin
endysi," Haravghi (3 May 1987). 58. "Strike Gets Much Firmer," Cyprus Weekly (8
The Origins of English Words: A Discursive Dictionary of ...
... sek VI endoderm: der endogamy: en, geme endomorph: en en don: en
endosark: tuerk endosmosis: uedh endothelium: dhe II, dhel I endow: do endure:
deru endysis: do enema: ie enemy: amma energamen: uerg energy: uerg
enervate: netr ...
Joseph Twadell Shipley, 2009