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Aliculastrum debile

Known as: Atys debilis, Limulatys debilis 
National Institutes of Health

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2018
2018
Pre-breeding and elite breeding are two steps in creating high yielding sunflower hybrids that differ in well established… 
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2017
2017
Caldibacillus debilis GB1 is a facultative anaerobe isolated from a thermophilic aero-tolerant cellulolytic enrichment culture… 
2015
2015
ABSTRACT Development of a designed coculture that can achieve aerotolerant ethanogenic biofuel production from cellulose can… 
2014
2014
A B S T R A C T The species Chamaecrista debilis (Vogel) Irwin & Barneby is native from the "Cerrado" biome (Brazilian Savannah… 
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2013
2013
Six species of Anacroneuria are recorded from Parque Nacional do Itatiaia and Bacia do Rio Macaé, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil… 
2011
2011
The nymph of Anacroneuria debilis (Pictet, 1841) is described, being the first immature of this genus described in Brazil. It can… 
Review
2006
Review
2006
  • J. McGinnis
  • The British Journal for the History of Science
  • 2006
  • Corpus ID: 26812193
The forma fluens/fluxus formae debate concerns the question as to whether motion is something distinct from the body in motion… 
2005
2005
This study explores the ability of cirsimarin, a plant flavonoid, to trigger lipid mobilization. Cirsimarin was extracted from… 
2004
2004
Seasonality of phytal harpacticoids was studied in a tidal pool in the lower rocky intertidal in south-western Iceland. Samples… 
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1959
1959
Ten patients are presented in whom absent arterial pulsations were noted in 1 or both arms. Six patients also had absent carotid… 
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