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  • Exemples de genus
    1. The amatl paper was made from the inner bark of a moraceous tree; of these trees there are 55 genera and over 700 species, of wide distribution, nearly 600 being comprised in the single genus Ficus.
    2. These are followed in the Upper Eocene by the genus Amynodon, in which the skull assumes more distinctly the rhinocerotic type.
    3. a newly discovered genus of serpentiform fishes
    4. Knot genus is superadditive under band sum because .
    5. A genus is superior to a species.
    6. Besides these three species and the zebu, the yak, the gayal, and the arni[190] (not to mention the buffalo or genus Bubalus) have been domesticated; making altogether seven species of Bos.
    7. In the defining statement "A lake is a large, landlocked, naturally occurring stretch of water", "lake" is the definiendum, "stretch of water" is the genus, and "large", "landlocked" and "naturally occurring" are the differentiae.
    8. All fossilized roots of scale trees are assigned to the form genus 'Stigmaria'.
    9. All magnolias belong to the genus Magnolia.
    10. Other species of the genus Bos are often called cattle or wild cattle.
  • Exemples de genera
    1. Distinguished from other genera, with accumbent cotyledons, in the same class and order, by the entire, nearly equal petals; and the dehiscent, nearly entirely pouch, of 2, 1- or many-seeded cells, a broad dissepiment (septum), and nearly flat valves.
    2. There are two genera in a ditypic species.
    3. There are many genera and even families of Brachypylina for which immatures are not yet known, and thus numerous examples of adult convergence and misclassification remain to be revealed: such is the case with Hypozetes.
    4. The amatl paper was made from the inner bark of a moraceous tree; of these trees there are 55 genera and over 700 species, of wide distribution, nearly 600 being comprised in the single genus Ficus.
    5. The genera by which two families approximate are called osculant genera.
    6. The shallowing of Cenozoic age-frequency curves from tropics to poles thus appears to reflect the decreasing probability for genera to reach and remain established in progressively higher latitudes ( 9 ).
    7. The apar is mainly diurnal in its habits; and trusts for defence to its power of rolling itself into a ball, not dwelling in burrows like the members of the other genera.
    8. There are only two genera and species of seadragons.
    9. to range plants and animals in genera and species
    10. In the last part of his paper Przibram calls attention to the characteristic, striking tendency to homœosis in certain genera of Crustacea and insects.
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