Definition of the noun Calanus
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Calanus is a genus of Calanidae.
- synonym: genus Calanus
Phrases with Calanus
Phrases starting with the word Calanus:
- Calanus minor
- Calanus pauper
- Calanus tonsus
- Calanus sinicus
- Calanus darwinii
- Calanus gracilis
- Calanus cristatus
- Calanus glacialis
- Calanus pacificus
- Calanus plumchrus
- Calanus robustior
- Calanus marshallae
- Calanus propinquus
- Calanus simillimus
- Calanus brevicornis
- Calanus hyperboreus
- Calanus tenuicornis
- Calanus finmarchicus
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Calanus a.k.a. Kalanos: Calanus was one of a group of ascetics encamped near Taxila at the time of Alexander the Great conquests of India. It was from Calanus, that Alexander came to know of Dandamis, the leader of their group, whom Alexander later went to meet in forest. Later, upon Alexander's invitation Calanus joined him in the city and later accompanied him back to the west. He was likely to be a Hindu sadhu, whom Greeks called gymnosophists, who had followed the Greek army back from Punjab. His original name was Kalyana sometimes referred to also as Sphines, Calanus was name given to him by Greeks. He was seventy-three years of age at that time. When the Persian weather and travel had weakened him, he informed Alexander that he would rather like to die than live as an in-valid. He decided to take away his life by self-immolation. Although, Alexander tried to desist him from doing so but upon his insistence the job of building a pyre was entrusted to Ptolemy. Calanus is mentioned also by Alexander's admiral, Nearchus and Chares of Mytilene. The city where this immolation took place was Susa in the year 322 B.C.He did not flinch as he burnt to the astonishment of those who watched.
- also known as Calanus of India
- died in Susa
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Genetic Structure and Speciation in Planktonic Copepods: Global Phylogeography of the Calanus Helgolandicus Clade (2008)
by Mikelle Nuwer
The oceanic planktonic calanoid copepod genus Calanus is an ideal group of organisms to study speciation in the marine realm and employ taxonomic genomics. Calanus species play a prominent role in the carbon cycle in the sea and ...
Proceedings of the NATO ARW on Joint International Scientific Observation Facility on Jan Mayen Island, Oslo, Norway from 11 to 15 November 2003. by Stig Skreslet
THE PELAGIC FOODWEB Calanus is a genus of planktonic. /Jan May en f _.-' Island Iceland Figure 2. The Arctic Mediterranean with the southern border for Arctic species (solid) and the northern border for boreal species (stippled). The area ...
by Cram101 Textbook Reviews
Calanus: Calanus is a genusof marine copepod inthe family Calanidae(Order Calanoida). The genus wassplitin 1974,with somespecies beingplaced inanew genus, Neocalanus. Velella: Velella is a genus of freefloating hydrozoans that lives ...
by Cram101 Textbook Reviews
Calanus: Calanus is a genus of marine copepod in the family.
< Calanus + -ida;. ] A family of gnathostomatous copepods, of the suborder Eucopepoda, having very long anterior antenntB, only one of them modified for prehension, and the posterior antennas bi- ramous.
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)
< Calanus + -ida;. ] A family of gnathostomatous copepods, of the suborder Eucopepoda, having very long anterior ...
Encyclopedia of Entomology (2008)
by John L. Capinera
Banded Hairstreak (Saty- rium calanus) Virginia Peppergrass (Lipidium virginicum), Checkered White (Pontia ...
by M. Schwartz
The principal constituents were Calanus finmarchicus, Pseudocalanus spp., Metridia longa, C. hyperboreus, chaetognaths and euphausid larvae. Kosobokova et a/. (1997) studied the composition and distribution of zooplankton in the Laptev ...
by Lawrence Barnett Phillips
Calanus, In<liau philosopher ; 4th cent. B.C. D.c.x. Calanus, Juvenilis - Ccelius, Hungarian bishop and historian ; 1195 D.U. Calaorat, or Calahorrat, Juan, Spanish ecclesiastic and historian ; 17th cent. D.Q. Calas, Jean, French ...
Concise Encyclopedia Biology (1996)
Calanus: see Copepoda. Calappidae: see Box crabs. Calcarea: see Porifera. Calcareous sponges: see Porifera. Calceola, slipper corals: an extinct genus of noncolonial, operculate Devonian tetracorals, family Calceolidae (Cystiphyllidae) .
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- Sicce Calanus Feeding Leopard Wrasses
It's hard to get a video of this, but it is a huge benefit of Calanus. Calanus can be fed to leopard wrasses or even leopard wrasses while they acclimate. Th...
- Calanus Marine Grazer
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- Calanus feeding Sicce
Feeding a reef with Sicce calanus.
- Hranjenje koralja sa Bcuk calanus hranom
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Anagrams of CALANUS
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- SAN LUCA
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