(n.) Cloth with the nap, generally of native black wool.
(n.) A salmon after spawning.
(n.) Same as Celt, one of Celtic race.
(1) The Kelts may have a similar origin but they might include the Berbers of ancient Iberia as a third component.
(2) Japanese-American author Roland Kelts , who writes about Japan's youth, says it's inevitable that the future of Japanese relationships will be largely technology driven .
(3) Kelts says the need to escape into private, virtual worlds in Japan stems from the fact that it's an overcrowded nation with limited physical space.
(4) However, this study shows that fresh-water-adapted kelts exposed to seawater demonstrate rapid adaptation (within 48 h) in osmoregulatory parameters to values characteristics of seawater-adapted salmonids.
(5) As is characteristic for marine teleosts, kelts drink seawater and process the ingested water in the gut to replace body water lost by osmosis to the hyperosmotic medium.
(6) These fish, known as kelts, reportedly show a limited ability to hypoosmoregulate.
(7) Since the end of the second world war and the lifting of censorship restrictions, manga has been a platform for confronting and grappling with social and political taboos,” said Roland Kelts, the author of Japanamerica: How Japanese Pop Culture Has Invaded the US .
(8) The physiological mechanisms involved in adaptation to a hyperosmotic external medium are discussed, and the osmoregulatory capacity of kelts is compared with that of salmon at other stages of the life cycle.
(9) A protozoan infection (Trichodina truttae) was identified in captive Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) kelts that died in spring of 1988 and 1989.
(10) This paper describes the measurement of whole body Ca, Cl, K, N, Na, O and P in Atlantic salmon parr, adults and kelts by neutron activation analysis (NAA).
(11) Anthropogenic 137Cs was found in sea-water (SW) salmon but not found in the freshwater (FW) stages (parr and kelts).
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(1) Jonker kept sticking his nose in the corner and not really cooperating, but then came a moment of stillness.
(2) The urine compositions of the European mole Talpa europaea and of the white rat Rattus norvegicus (albino) kept on a carnivore's diet were compared.
(3) And that, as much as the “on water, operational” considerations, is why we are being kept in the dark.
(4) Second, the unknown is searched against the database to find all materials with the same or similar element types; the results are kept in set 2.
(5) A total of 1,268 patients admitted to hospital wards were kept under surveillance by one observer throughout their stay in hospital.
(6) This is a rare diagnosis but it should still be kept in mind, particularly in the immigrant population of the United Kingdom and Saudi Arabia and particularly of the Saudis from the southern provinces.
(7) ACTH also suppressed aldosterone biosynthesis in rats kept on a sodium-deficient diet.
(8) Shop staff must be trained in the procedure and a record kept of the training.
(9) So fourth, we must tackle the issue of a relatively large number of officers kept on restricted duties, on full pay.
(10) The animals were kept under follow-up observation for one year maximum.
(11) The spirit is great here, the players work very hard, we kept the belief when we were in third place and now we are here.
(12) We wanted to return to Kabul, but the violence there just kept getting worse.
(13) Cells kept in long-term culture without mitogen but in the presence of IL2 do not express high amounts of IL2R RNA.
(14) To a large extent, the failure has been a consequence of a cold war-style deadlock – Russia and Iran on one side, and the west and most of the Arab world on the other – over the fate of Bashar al-Assad , a negotiating gap kept open by force in the shape of massive Russian and Iranian military support to keep the Syrian regime in place.
(15) A decrease of absolute synthesis of albumin, no change in that of fibrinogen and an increased fractional synthesis of transferrin were observed 3h after intraperitoneal administration of a pharmacological dose of 5 mg of cortisol to 220g rats in the post-absorptive state and previously kept on a diet with 40% protein.
(16) Doses of all medications except antibiotics were kept unchanged during the study.
(17) Khan, who has kept a safe distance from the leader during his campaign, later said he did not know why Corbyn was not there to see him signed in.
(18) In both media the DNA and protein content of cultures kept for 3-5 days in the presence of 80-800 nM Buserelin and 1 nM oestradiol were 8-27% lower than those of flasks cultured in the presence of oestradiol alone (P less than 0.05).
(19) Day-0 rabbits kept for 1 h in a warm (41 degrees C), neutral 39 degrees C) or cool (28 degrees C) environment selected a different TE at 39.8, 39.5 and 37.3 degrees C, giving colonic temperatures (TC) of 40.8, 39.9 and 37.7 degrees C, respectively.
(20) She kept it up for three years, until her son's letters finally persuaded her to cut down to one day a week.