A stalked barnacle of the genus Lepas, or family Lepadidae; a goose barnacle. Also used adjectively.
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In mathematics, a separoid is a binary relation between disjoint sets which is stable as an ideal in the canonical order induced by inclusion. Many mathematical objects which appear to be quite different, find a common generalisation in the framework of separoids; e.g., graphs, configurations of convex sets, oriented matroids, and polytopes. Any countable category is an induced subcategory of separoids when they are endowed with homomorphisms (viz., mappings that preserve the so-called minimal Radon partitions ).
Carlos Trejo Lerdo de Tejada
Carlos Trejo Lerdo de Tejada (1879–1941) was a Mexican politician and diplomat.
A leptoid is a type of elongated food-conducting cell like phloem in the stems of some mosses, such as the family Polytrichaceae. They surround strands of water-conducting hydroids. They have some structural and developmental similarities to the sieve elements of seedless vascular plants. At maturity they have inclined end cell walls with small pores and degenerate nuclei. The conduction cells of mosses, leptoids and hydroids, appear similar to those of fossil protracheophytes. However they are not thought to represent an intermediate stage in the evolution of plant vascular tissues but to have had an independent evolutionary origin.
Lerdo may refer to:
Do Veado River
The Desveado River is a river of Paraná state in southern Brazil.
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Un Nos Ola Leuad (One Moonlit Night) is a novel written by Welsh writer Caradog Prichard. It was first published in 1961. It has been translated into English by Philip Mitchell.
Lerado is an unincorporated community in Reno County, Kansas, in the United States. Early residents intended to name the community for Laredo, Texas, but a clerical error by the post office resulted in the E and A being swapped.
Lerdo is an unincorporated community in Kern County, California. It is located on the Southern Pacific Railroad 12 miles (19 km) northwest of Bakersfield, at an elevation of 417 feet (127 m).