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Definition of the noun MIRUS

What does MIRUS mean as a name of something?

Mirus is a genus of Enidae, described by Albers in 1850.

Mirus is a genus of Spinozetidae, described by Kuliev in 1967.

Mirus is a genus of Staphylinidae, described by de Saulcy in 1877.

Mirus is a genus of Cricetidae, described by Brunner in 1938.

Phrases with Mirus

  1. Otus mirus
  2. Epeus mirus
  3. Genus Mirus
  4. Risor mirus
  5. Rubus mirus
  6. Abrota Mirus
  7. Anolis Mirus
  8. Aradus Mirus
  9. Bombus mirus
  10. Bracon Mirus
  11. Helius Mirus
  12. Hister mirus
  13. Palmon Mirus
  14. Cryptus Mirus
  15. Dolopus Mirus
  16. Hilipus Mirus
  17. Lollius Mirus
  18. Alausius Mirus
  19. Anabolus Mirus
  20. Anagyrus Mirus

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by Alessandro Minelli, Giancarlo Contrafatto

mirus is a polyploid produced by the hybridization of T. dubius and T. porriformis. This type of speciation is prone to repeated ...

Google previewThe Action Plan for Australian Mammals 2012 (2014)

by Andrew Burbidge, Peter Harrison, John Woinarski

Legal status inrange States Victoria Not listed Tasmania Not listed Western Australia Not listed New South Wales Not listed Taxonomy Morphological and genetic studies haveconfirmed Mesoplodon mirus is a distinct species (Dalebout et al.

Google previewPlant Systematics, 3/ed. (2016)

An Integrated Approach by Gurcharan Singh

Similarly the tetraploid Tragopogon mirus is the result of hybridization between the two diploid species T. dubius and T. porrifolius. The most significant case, however, is the common bread wheat Triticum aestivum, a hexaploid with AABBDD ...

Google previewFigures and Descriptions Illustrative of British Organic Remains (1853)

Decade[s] I[-XIII]

cochus mirus is a cosmopolitan fossil, of which excellent specimens have been lent to us for illustration. Encrinurus and Acidaspis are typified by new species from the lowest fossiliferous deposits. [VII.] a 2 Cyphaspis and Æglina are ...

Google previewScience (1912)

mirus is a reptile and that O. grandis belongs ...

Google previewThe Dinosauria (1990)

by David B. Weishampel, Peter Dodson, Halszka Osmólska

Panoplosaurus mirus is a large animal (length approx. 6 m) characterized by a relatively wide skull (width exceeding four-fifths of length), external nares well separated dorsally, toothless premaxilla, and absence of tall spines in the armor ...

Google previewPlant Genome Diversity Volume 2 (2012)

Physical Structure, Behaviour and Evolution of Plant Genomes by Johann Greilhuber, Jaroslav Dolezel, Jonathan Wendel

Tragopogon mirus is an allopolyploid that has formed repeatedly in nature within the last 80 years (Soltis and Soltis 1999). Loss of DNA has been observed in multiple individuals of this species that are of independent origin (Koh et al. 2010 ).

Google previewOceanic Anglerfishes (2009)

Extraordinary Diversity in the Deep Sea by Theodore W. Pietsch Ph.D.

Distinguishing Characters Oneirodes mirus is a member of the O. schmidti group as diagnosed above. It differs from other members of the O. schmidti group in its escal morphology and is further differentiated from most members of the group ...

Google previewHelm Dictionary of Scientific Bird Names (2010)

by James A. Jobling

mirandus wonderful, strange (mirari to wonder at > mirus extraordinary). mirandae Prof. Alipio de Miranda-Ribeiro (1874–1939) Brazilian ichthyologist (Idioptilon). mirandollei Charles François Mirandolle ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Marine Mammals (2009)

by William F. Perrin, Bernd Würsig, J.G.M. Thewissen

mirus has disjunct populations in the North Atlantic and the southern Indian Ocean which have markedly different color patterns and they are genetically as distinct as some ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Roots and Combining Forms of Scientific Words (2005)

by Tim Williams (Ph. D.)

mirus, (L. mirus) wonderful mis, (Gr. ) hate misc -o, (Gr. ) stalk ...

Google previewDictionary of American Family Names (2003)

by Patrick Hanks

Italian: apparently from the personal name Mira, feminine form of Miro, from Late Latin Mirus and Mira, respectively, from Latin mirus 'wonderful', 'marvellous'. 4. Czech and Polish: from a pet form of any of various personal names formed with ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Dictionary of the Third Reich (2013)

by Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage

Mirus.The battery Mirus established in Guern- sey (British Channel Isles) was one of the most powerful artillery positions of the Atlantikwall (q.v.) It comprised four 30.5-centimeter guns originating from a Russian warship. The guns, housed in ...

Google previewRoutledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy: Entries G-O (2001)

by R. J. Barry Jones

Mirus, R. and ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Children, Adolescents, and the Media (2006)

by Jeffrey Jensen Arnett

A project undertaken by Elizabeth Keating and Gene Mirus suggested that computer-mediated videotelephone interactions can significantly improve the educational experience of deaf students, who are often cut off in classrooms with hearing ...

Google previewA Maldivian Dictionary (2003)

by Christopher Hanby Baillie Reynolds

chops fish: mirus k., slices ...

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