Authors:Mauro da Silva, Flávio de Souza Carvalho, Tereza da Silva Martins, Márcia de Abreu Fantini, and Paulo Isolani
methods for achieving oxides with specific morphologies have been reported [ 26 , 27 ] and consequently these oxide-based materials with characterized morphologies have been exploited as catalysts [ 28 ], phosphors [ 29 ], electrochemical electrode
The current morphology-based classification of the insect Order Thysanoptera is not based on sound phylogenetic principles. Disagreement exists concerning the level at which the group should be classified. Two sub-orders are generally recognised, and the available evidence suggests a sister-group relationship between these. However, no clear hypothesis of relationships between the family groups, based on defined apomorphies, has been proposed within either of these major groups, and the commonly quoted tribal and sub-tribal classification is clearly artificial. Given that 50% of the recognised genera are monotypic, this paper attempts to set out hypotheses of relationships for future testing by molecular methods.
Gontova , T. N. and Zatylnikova , O. A. ( 2013 ): Comparative morphological and anatomical study of leaves and stem of Iris pseudocorus and I. sibirica . — Int. J. Pharm. Pharmaceut. Sci. 5 ( 3 ): 574 – 578
Authors:Xing Wen, Xiuping Lu, Quan Peng, Fuyan Zhu, and Ning Zheng
many bacteria as a carbon and energy storage compounds when growth is restricted by an essential nutrient and if a carbon source is available in excess [ 9 ]. It is an ideal model for studying the crystallization morphology due to its perfect
Gebhardt, J. S. and Nierzwicki-Bauer, S. A. (1991): Identification of common cyanobacterial symbiont associated with Azolla spp. through molecular and morphological characterization of free-living and symbiotic cyanobacteria. - Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 57