The New Encyclopaedia Britannica
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1974 - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 934 pages
 Propaedia: outline of knowledge and guide to the Britannica.--- Micropaedia: ready reference and index.--- Macropaedia: knowledge in depth.
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The young of false scorpions usually emerge as nymphs called protonymphs that
molt to form tritonymphs and then adults. The young of Opiliones, Solifugae, and
spiders resemble their parents; in mites (Acarina), however, four postembryonic ...
When the aurora becomes active, the arc develops five pleats that appear as
vertical striations called rays; an arc with rays is called a rayed arc. In a more acW
.P. Hessler Figure 2: Aurora borealis. Multiple auroral arcs photographed in
Some white cells of sea cucumbers (Holothuroidea), for example, resemble
mammalian mast cells, important elements of connective tissue resembling white
blood cells called basophils; gastropod mollusks have cells that resemble ...
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