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DESCRIPTION OF THE DECAPODID STAGE OF PLESIONIKA NARVAL (FABRICIUS, 1787) (DECAPODA: CARIDEA: PANDALIDAE) IDENTIFIED BY DNA BARCODING
The morphology of the decapodid stage of Plesionika narval (Fabricius, 1787) is described and illustrated based on larvae collected in the Canary Islands waters (NW Africa). Mitochondrial DNAExpand
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Morphology of the first zoeal stage of three deep-water pandalid shrimps, Heterocarpus abulbus Yang, Chan & Chu, 2010, H. hayashii Crosnier, 1988 and H. sibogae De Man, 1917 (Crustacea: Decapoda:
The eggs of three deep-sea pandalid shrimps Heterocarpus abulbus, H. hayashii and H. sibogae are successfully hatched in the laboratory. The first zoeal stage of these shrimps are described, withExpand
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Redescription of the early larval stages of the pandalid shrimp Chlorotocus crassicornis (Decapoda: Caridea: Pandalidae).
The first four larval stages of the pandalid shrimp Chlorotocus crassicornis (A. Costa, 1871) are described and illustrated from laboratory-reared material obtained from ovigerous females collectedExpand
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Oil-triggered switchable wettability on patterned alternating air/lubricant-infused superamphiphobic surfaces
In the present study, we report a novel oil-triggered surface (OTS) by integrating three extreme states of hydrophobicity, i.e., ‘lotus-leaf-like’ superhydrophobicity, ‘nepenthes-like’ slipperyExpand
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Larval development to the ninth zoeal stage of Heterocarpus abulbus Yang, Chan and Chu, 2010 (Decapoda: Caridea: Pandalidae), a deep-water shrimp with high fishery potential
The morphology of the first nine zoeal stages of the upper-bathyal caridean shrimp Heterocarpus abulbus Yang, Chan and Chu, 2010 are described and illustrated in detail from laboratory-hatchedExpand
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Ultrafast laser micro-nano structured superhydrophobic teflon surfaces for enhanced SERS detection via evaporation concentration
Abstract Evaporation concentration of target analytes dissolved in a water droplet based on superhydrophobic surfaces could be able to break the limits for sensitive trace substance detectionExpand
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Atto-Molar Raman detection on patterned superhydrophilic-superhydrophobic platform via localizable evaporation enrichment
Abstract The detection of molecules in ultra-low concentration solution is essential in numerous fields including pollutant monitoring, explosive detection and disease early diagnosis. Recently,Expand
First zoeal stage of Plesionika crosnieri Chan Yu, 1991, P. ortmanni Doflein, 1902, and P. semilaevis Bate, 1888, with remarks on the early larvae of Plesionika Bate, 1888 (Crustacea, Decapoda).
The morphology of first stage zoea larvae of three pandalid shrimps Plesionika crosnieri Chan Yu, 1991, P. ortmanni Doflein, 1902, and P. semilaevis Bate, 1888 are described for the first time fromExpand
A high-strength Co-Fe-Ta-B metallic-glass phase enabled tensile plasticity in Co-Fe-Ta-B-O oxide glass matrix nanocomposites
Oxide glasses are intrinsically brittle at room temperature when loaded under tension. In this study, a high-strength CoFe-based metallic glass was used as a strengthening phase to make aExpand
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Directional anchoring patterned liquid-infused superamphiphobic surfaces for high-throughput droplet manipulation.
High-throughput experiments involving isolated droplets based on patterned superwettable surfaces are important for various applications related to biology, chemistry, and medicine, and they haveExpand