Definition of Pronota
1. pronotum [n] - See also: pronotum
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pronota
Literary usage of Pronota
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1. Determinate Evolution in the Color-pattern of the Lady-beetles by Roswell Hill Johnson (1910)
"58) gives the following varieties which have pronota as shown in fig. ... The variation in their pronota is given in fig. 61. ..."
2. An Investigation of Evolution in Chrysomelid Beetles of the Genus Leptinotarsa by William Lawrence Tower (1906)
"To tubes of extract prepared as in Experiment I above, the pronota of species not proper to the extract were added; i e., in extract from ..."
3. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1921)
"... margins or the pronota! development afford full justification for such action, the material at hand shows further necessity for the present ..."
4. Field Book of Insects: With Special Reference to Those of Northeastern by Frank Eugene Lutz (1918)
"... are black, with yellow-margined pronota. However, E. aurora has scarlet elytra; the under surface of the body is black. ..."
5. The Mechanism of Evolution in Leptinotarsa by William Lawrence Tower, Joseph Kumler Breitenbecher (1918)
"A careful examination of the spots found on the pronota of this species at the center (c) shows that they are not all of the same shape, any more than they ..."