obtusus

See: obtuse
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Etymology: The species name- obtusirostra stems from the Latin obtusus, meaning blunt, and rostrum, meaning beak, in reference to the bluntly rounded snout.
Pyranocycloartobiloxanthone A, a novel gastroprotective compound from Artocarpus obtusus Jarret, against ethanol-induced acute gastric ulcer in vivo.
By means of stereomicroscopy, the louse was then identified as Pedicinus obtusus (Figure 1, panel B), a macaque-specific ectoparasite, according to morphologic criteria (9,10).
The breeding behavior of the southern blacknose dace, Rhinichthys atratulus obtusus Agassiz.
A closely-related species Telescopus obtusus is found across north and north eastern Africa, and is often included classified as a subspecies of T.
Anodontites) obtusus (d'Orbigny, 1835); MLP= 5773, Arroyo Tigua (ER).
1 fathead minnow Pimephales promelas western blacknose Rhinichthys obtusus 1 2.