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"We are delighted in working with Yellow Spot Production in bringing the animated series, Super Geek Heroes, to Arabic audiences around the world, said Radia Saadaoui, Manager Content Acquisitions & Programming, Icflix.
Solid and dashed circle indicate different ROIs which affect the saliency of the yellow spot in the center.
Color: Black species with large yellow spots on inner orbits, margin of clypeus, anterior pronotal carina; two very small yellow spots laterally on scutellum;
In the field of optics, it was a similar concern with the nature of openings in and out of the eye's chamber that led to study of the "yellow spot," the rache jaune, or fovea.
It had yellow legs and antennae and a black head with a yellow spot on its face.
A photograph shared by Wilkinson showed the visible yellow spot on the plane's gray seat.
The most significant pest problems facing onion producers in this region are onion thrips (Thrips tabaci Lindeman; Thysanoptera: Thripidae) and Iris yellow spot virus, a tospo virus that is vectored by onion thrips (Kritzman et al.
The macular is an oval-shaped highly pigmented yellow spot near the centre of the retina.
Dr Scott Robbie, clinical lecturer in ophthalmology at Moorfields Eye Hospital, will discuss macular -- an oval-shaped highly pigmented yellow spot near the centre of the retina -- degeneration and gene therapy to get rid of troubled vision problems.
CLEAR DOMINANT Red Herring blue patent bag, pounds 20 and yellow pumps, pounds 35, at Debenhams.; WARM DOMINANT Next yellow spot cami and green cardigan two piece set, pounds 32.
"There, where the yellow spot is located, and where I point my finger, there it hurts," Durer wrote on a pen and watercolor self-portrait he sent to a physician for consultation (6).