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MUD

A municipal utility district, which is a political subdivision that administers utility-related services, sometimes requiring the issue of special assessment bonds.

Mud

A Dutch unit of volume equivalent to 100 liters. It was adopted in 1817, soon after the establishment of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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Most (> 70%) and perhaps all of the conjugates of testosterone generated by the mud snail are fatty acid esters (Gooding and LeBlanc 2001).
We showed previously that the predominant testosterone biotransformation process in the mud snail is the conversion of testosterone to testosterone--fatty acid esters (Gooding and LeBlanc 2001).
Indeed, we demonstrated previously that exogenously provided testosterone is not readily eliminated by the mud snail.
Boatner has glued 18 of the mud snails to a wading boot and has yet to have anyone detect all 18, he said.
Mud snails were first seen in Idaho in the Snake River and have since spread throughout the West.
Transported as easily as a single grain of sand stuck to waders or felt-soled boots, the New Zealand mud snail clones itself.
To fight the mud snail, the Steamboaters, a North Umpqua River conservation group, is urging anglers to clean and dry boots and waders before entering the North Umpqua from another stream.
Did the recent invasion by New Zealand mud snails (P.
In January 2007, over 100 New Zealand mud snails and 10 native snails were collected alive from the impacted study reach.
lactuca mats likely kill some nonmobile species, such as polychaetes and sedentary mollusks, when they overgrow them in the spring, while others, such as some harpacticoid copepods, amphipods, and eastern mud snails, probably move out of the U.