TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «REMIGIAL»
The term «remigial» is used very little and occupies the 157.474
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «REMIGIAL»
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A Dictionary of Entomology
REMIGIAL Adj. (Latin, remex I rower + -alis I pertaining to.) Descriptive of or
pertaining to Remigium. REMIGIAL REGION Wing area anterior of Vannal Fold.
RR contains costal, Subcostal, Radial, Medial, Cubital, and Postcubitai Veins.
Dictionary of Insect Morphology
... and radial vein costa radiantis (Heteroptera: ala posterior) _» anal vein costa
recurrens _» recurrent vein costa remigialis _» remigial margin costa remigialis
anterior _» anterior remigial margin costa remigialis posterior _» posterior
Henrik Steinmann, Lajos Zombori, 1999
Ecosystem Responses to Mercury Contamination: Indicators of ...
Within a molt, either body or remigial, the first-grown feathers are higher in
mercury than the last-grown feathers (as long as the diet does not change during
the molt) (Burger 1993). In addition, depending on molt patterns, different
Reed Harris, Michael W. Murray, Tamara Saltman, 2007
Journal of Entomology: Taxonomy
Prom the present study, which includes one species of Armigeres and 10 of A '
edes belonging to 5 subgenera, it has been found that remigial hairs and broad
wing scales need not always go together as claimed by Aitken( loc. cit.) ; nor do
Iowa State College Journal of Science
This volume extends distad to the bases of longitudinal remigial veins where the
mass movement becomes broken up into channel currents supplying the afferent
remigial circulation.' The area below the pteralia is merely a sinusoidal ...
Insect Pest Management: Field and Protected Crops
Molt The simultaneous wing molt (remigial molt) of waterfowl is the time period
when adult waterfowl are most vulnerable to predation. During this period, adults
not accompanying young typically move to habitats offering some protection from
A. Rami Horowitz, Isaac Ishaaya, 2004
Aedes aegypti: the yellow fever mosquito
The mechanism indeed suggests that did the costa not end freely in membrane it
might well embarrass working of this movement. When the wing is fully bent back,
that is, fully flexed, the second axillary-remigial joint (epaulet) projects forwards ...
Samuel Rickard Christophers (Sir)
Directory of Australian Birds: Passerines: Passerines
Although the two hardly come into contact today (see map), there is evidence of
character flow between them in the tone of the concealed remigial patch at the
southeast head of the Gulf of Carpentaria (pace Colston (and Carline) in Hall
R Schodde, IJ Mason, 1999
Waterfowl in Winter: Selected Papers from Symposium and ...
... collected in July and August on molting areas before wing molt; early molt —
flightless birds before rupture of remigial follicles; late molt — flightless birds after
rupture of remigial follicles; and postflight less — birds staging for fall migration.
Milton Webster Weller, 1988
To assess nutritional stress (demands greater than available resources)
associated with molt, we examined the relation between remigial length and
structural size and compared predicted and observed plumage masses of Blue-
winged Teal ...