According to morphology, Dracocephalum is a heterogeneous genus. They can be prostrate or erect. The stems are square and bear simple leaves arranged oppositely or in whorls. The plants are characterised by tubular twolipped
In this paper, I will argue that the asyllabic /i/—a recurrent inflectional element in final position in Romanian words—is not a phoneme of the Romanian vowel system. I will present arguments which sustain that the morphological marker-
leads to the palatalization of the preceding consonant, resulting in a positional allophone of the consonant phoneme in complementary distribution with it.
have been prepared by attritor milling and SPS. The structural and morphological properties have been investigated.
The composites were prepared from two powders: 316L and Si 3 N 4 . Commercial
Čelak ranks among the finest snowdrops for garden and there are a number of excellent variants available from specialist bulb nurseries. Gracilines, a subgroup of the Amaryllidaceae alkaloids was isolated from
of Turkish origin. The galanthamin alkaloid which is isolated from the bulbs of
species is used in the physical therapy for poliomyelitis and in the treatment of same vascular diseases will be useful in pharmacy in Turkey.In this study, morphological and anatomical properties of
were investigated. Outer surface of inner perianth segments with green patches at apex and base is characteristics for
. Cross-sections of the root, scape and parts of the leaf were examined and demonstrated in anatomical studies.
This article explores the derivational morphology of P’urhepecha, especially with regard to verbal forms. P’urhepecha, or Tarascan, is an isolated Mesoamerican Ianguage of Central-Western Mexico, with about 200,000 speakers. An agglutinative type of language where suffixes are attached to the stem in a fairly regular fashion, P’urhepecha also has an extensive inflectional morphology with a system of cases, including genitive, locative, and residential. The present work presents an overall picture of the linguistic complexity of this intriguing language and its rich morphological resources through a review of some of the most common and productive types of derivational morphemes that occur as part of the verbal complex in P’urhepecha, including body-part suffixes, causatives, deictic suffixes, and other adverbial suffixes.
, Myxobolus sp. 1 and Myxobolus sp. 2, whose 18S rDNA sequences are available in Genbank. Unfortunately, all these species descriptions from cottoid fish are incomplete, as they lack either molecular or morphological data.
The myxosporean fauna
Numerical analyses of ten species of larvae of the genus Thrips (angusticeps, atratus, fuscipennis, major, minutissimus, physapus, tabaci, trehernei, validus, vulgatissimus) and larvae of Taeniothrips picipes were performed using 24 qualitative morphological characters. Classification of OTUs was performed using Cluster Analysis and Correspondence Analysis, which form the measure between particular OTUs. The used analyses have proved that the most important features for distinguishing the taxa are connected with the sclerotisation of the head, thorax and the end of the abdomen as well as the sculpture of body parts.