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This reflects the influence of her late mother, a singular woman whose memoirs -- originally written in Russian -- Erato is now in the process of translating and publishing.
On the reliability of a simple method for scoring phenotypes to estimate heritability: a case study with pupal color in Heliconius erato phyllis Fabricius 1775 (Lepidoptera; Nymphalidae; Heliconiinae).
On the sidelines of the Meeting, Minister Poposki held meetings with Erato Kozakou-Marcoullis, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cyprus, David Lidington, British Minister for Europe, Stefan Fule, EU Enlargement Commissioner, Nicolai Wammen, Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Tonio Borg, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Malta.
Drilling from the Erato area included resource extension drill hole RCA-441 which intersected 146 meters at 1.6g/t gold (including 5 meters at 19.5 g/t gold; open at depth).
All DNA samples used in this comparative test were obtained from Heliconius erato (Lepidoptera) specimens (numbered from H01 to H08) collected from a natural population near Porto Alegre, southern Brazil (lat -30.06681, log -51.122582), and were prepared as described for the other species.
The new meta-analysis incorporated the DAFNE, ADONIS, ATHENA, ERATO, and EURIDIS trials.
Heliconius erato (Linnaeus, 1758) is a brightly colored, variably patterned butterfly that is distributed from Mexico to Central and South America.
Moving forward, our plan until the end of this year is to do enough drilling before the snow starts so we can get a good indication of resource potential at the Tigranes-Artavasdes areas, plus enough drill holes at Erato and other targets to indicate even more upside.'
He also details his teaching method, ERATO, for instructing on the topics.