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Definition of the noun MIXIS

What does MIXIS mean as a name of something?

Mixis is a genus of Orchidaceae.

Mixis is a genus of Melyridae, described by Abeille de Perrin in 1891.

Mixis is a genus of Melyridae.

Phrases with Mixis

  1. Mixis Incongrua
  2. Genus Mixis
  3. Tabanus mixis
  4. species Tabanus mixis

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Google previewAgroforestry in Sustainable Agricultural Systems (1998)

by Louise E. Buck, James P. Lassoie, Erick C.M. Fernandes

Apo- mixis is a special case of naturally occurring asexual reproduction in which seed is produced that contains an asexual (not zygotic) embryo which arose from mitotic division of maternal cells in flower-associated tissues, rather than by fertilization of a maternal egg cell by pollination. 4.1 Layering Layering involves induction of adventitious roots along a portion of the shoot of an intact plant so that the newly rooted shoot section can be subsequently detached and transplanted.

Google previewNew Light on William Harvey (1976)

by Walter Pagel

Mixis is a chemical combination as against mere mechanical juxtaposition of ingredients; it is productive of a new body, a new form which stands for a new equilibrium between the qualities of the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Microbiology (2009)

whereas mixis refers to the production of some new multilocus genotype by the recombination of two different genotypes (e.g., abcdþABCD!aBcD). There are many different types of mutations, including point mutations, rearrangements, and transposition of mobile elements from one site in the genome to another. Some mutations cause major changes in an organism's phenotype; for example, a bacterium may become resistant to attack by a ...

Google previewDesk Encyclopedia of Microbiology (2010)

by Moselio Schaechter

whereas mixis refers to the production of some new multilocus genotype by the recombination of two different genotypes (e.g., abcdþABCD!aBcD). There are many different types of mutations, including point mutations, rearrangements, and transposition of mobile elements from one site in the genome to another. Some mutations cause major changes in an organism's phenotype; for example, a bacterium may become resistant to attack by a ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Multimedia 1999 (2014)

Terms and Acronyms by Brad Hansen

Thefinal mixis®laidback ̄to thevideo master. LBA See Logical BlockAddressing. L-band (n.) A segment of the electromagneticspectrum that lies in the range between 390and 1550 MHz.Itisused for satellite transmission and microwave applications, such as the Global Positioning System (GPS). LCC See Leadless ChipCarrier. 180 LCD Seeliquid crystal display. LD See laserdisc. LDAP See Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. leader (n.) In the process of storing analog recordings ...

Google previewDictionary of Biotechnology

by Dr K P Singh

apomixis (Gr. apo, away from + mixis, a mingling; adj: apomictic) The asexual production of diploid offspring without ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Quaternary Science (2006)

In late winter or early spring, mixing of the lake water body (holomixis) distributes nutrients to the photic zone where algal blooms develop. Diatoms mainly start reproducing in spring, followed by green and blue-green algae during summer. Sometimes, after the second annual mixis in fall, ...

Google previewDictionary of Converting (2012)

by M. R. Chamberlain, J. F. Bowler

Theslot bodycomprises of a fulllength slot in a tubeand the mixis fedat a controlled rateto match takeup. Slot feed has the benefit of reducing solvent evaporation which occurs in a tray.

Google previewDictionary of Invertebrate Zoology --Paperback (2010)

by Maggenti Mary Ann, Maggenti Armand, Gardner Scott

mixis, mingling; koilos, hollow] (ARTHRO) The adult body cavity (not a true coelom) derived from a blastocoel and secondary body cavities that functions as a hemocoel. mixonephridium n. [Gr. mixis, mingling; nephros, kidney] (ANN: Polychaeta) A type of nephromixium in which the nephridium and coelomoduct are combined into a single organ having both excretory and genital functions. mixoploidy n. [Gr. mixis, mingling; aploos, onefold; eidos, like] Having cells with different ...

Google previewFlip Dictionary (2002)

by Barbara Kipfer

within the body: ovoviviparous reproducing live offspring: viviparous reproducing without sexual union: agamic, agamogenetic, asexual, parthenogenetic reproduction: copy, counterpart, duplicate, facsimile, likeness, photostat, procreation, proliferation, propagation, replica reproduction of original: ecotype reproduction, asexual: apogamy, apo- mixis, parthenogenesis reproduction, incapable of further: barren, effete, infertile reproduction, sexual: amphimixis reproductive cell: gamete, ...

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The value of this 5-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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