unseen," "tied," "released," "alone," "perhaps," "peacefully," "upon its plantlike
stem") and pararhyme ("sharp"-"shape," "stem"-"seem," "pasture's"-"peacefully"; "lifts"-"released"), which directs even more attention to peripheral forms.
Co-transcribed genes for long chain polyunsaturated fatty acid biosynthesis in the protozoon Perkinsus marinus include a plantlike
FAE1 3-ketoacyl coenzyme A synthase.
her hair, braided, curled, shaped, loses its disquieting plantlike
The condition is caused by eating fish containing toxins produced by the dinoflagellate Gambierdiscus toxicus, a one-celled plantlike
organism that grows on algae in tropical waters worldwide.
A small video camera is mounted on the interior of the plantlike
forms and focuses up at the Web-amplifying the spider environment to allow humans to observe and commune with them while mixing both humans and spider in this eco-techno-Web.
Once the snow melts, enough light can penetrate the ice to spur the growth of phytoplankton--very small, drifting, plantlike
organisms that live in the water.
Moss is one of a number of primitive, nonflowering plants or plantlike
organisms you may encounter in and around the garden.
Although it has just one cell, it is a predator, with little structures similar to those you see on jelly fish which it can stick into plantlike
Since the female matter is described as plantlike
, one might question how it could exist only as matter and not as a completed substance in its own right.
The fields of the sea are rich beyond measure, densely populated not only with these zooplankton but also with phytoplankton, the single-celled plantlike
organisms that form the basis of the entire marine food web.
It's going to take some time for everybody to appreciate the value and the versatility of a plantlike
this," says Schmidt.
In art, the word `organic' is also used to describe artworks inspired by forms and shapes in nature, often flowing, irregular and plantlike
, Find examples of artworks you think look organic.