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incognito

adjective alias, anonymous, assumed name, camouflaged, charade, clandestine, concealed, connidential agent, confidentially, cover, discreetly, disguise, disguised, false identity, isolated, mask, masked, mysterious, mysteriously, mystery man, nameless, private, privately, privileged, protected, quietly, retired, screen, secluded, seclusion, secrecy, secret, secret agent, secreted, secretive, secretiveness, secretly, sheltered, shielded, under an assumed name, under cover, undisclosed, unidentified, unknown, unnamed, unrevealed, unspecified, veiled, with circumspeccion, without a name, without fanfare
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Las variables intrasujetos son el nivel de abstraccion (concreto, dibujos, numerico y verbal) y el lugar de la incognita (cantidad final, cantidad inicial), las cuales atanen al curso escolar, que comprende desde primero hasta cuarto ano de educacion primaria, asi como el contexto sociocultural rural y urbano al cual pertenecen los participantes.
incognita to determine if some are more tolerant than others of parasitism by this nematode.
Chilies, Meloidogyne incognita, Sclerotium rolfsii, Synergetic effect, Biological control.
incognita population was observed in Experiment 1; therefore, all the treatments were rated 5.
Estos calculos llevan a suponer que la mayor parte de la masa terrestre esta en el centro del planeta o nucleo, en el cual el hierro representa 85 por ciento, el niquel 10 por ciento y el cinco por ciento restante es una incognita que cientificos japoneses parecen haber resuelto.
The southern root-knot nematode (SRKN), Meloidogyne incognita infects a wide range of cultivated crops including tomato and is responsible for crop losses worth millions of dollars annually (Sasser and Freckman, 1987).
incognita, which maintained in greenhouse of Department of Plant Science and Agricultural Resources, Faculty of Agriculture, Khon Kaen University, Thailand.
NASA's science chief John Grunsfeld said, "There's very little terra incognita in our solar system today.
Between 1606 and 1688, it was highly skilled Dutch seafarers who, by design, chance or shipwreck, discovered and mapped the majority of the Great South Land: 'Terra Australis Incognita.