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    Figures 363-368 from: Burks R, Masner L, Johnson N, Austin A (2013) Systematics of the parasitic wasp genus Oxyscelio Kieffer (Hymenoptera, Platygastridae s.l.), Part I: Indo-Malayan and Palearctic fauna. ZooKeys 292: 1-263. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.292.3867

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    Figures 363-368 - Oxyscelio peludo sp. n., holotype female (OSUC 257095) 363 Head and mesosoma, lateral view 364 Head and mesosoma, dorsal view. Paratype female (OSUC 376605) 365 Head, anterior view. Paratype female (OSUC 257081) 366 Metasoma, dorsal view. Paratype male (OSUC 361275) 367 Antenna. Paratype male (OSUC 247856) 368 Metasoma, dorsal view. Morphbank9

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    The electrostatic surface display of protein-protein and protein-aptamer interactions. The negative to positive charge present from red to blue. (a) CHS6-CHS5, (b) Bach1-CHS5, (c) CHS5, (d) CHS6-GVEGF, (e) Bach1-GVEGF, (f) GVEGF

    Figure 3 from: Choi J-K, Kolarov J, Lee J-W (2015) A new species of the genus Seticornuta Morley (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae, Metopiinae) from South Korea. ZooKeys 478: 139-146. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.478.9048

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    Figure 3 - (A–C, G, I) Seticornuta koreana Lee & Choi, sp. n.; A Head in frontal view B Head in dorsal view C Head in lateral view G Wings I Propodeum (D–F, H, J) Seticornuta albopilosa D Head in frontal view E Head in dorsal view F Head in lateral view H Wings J Propodeum. Scale bars: G, H = 1.0 mm; A–F, I, J = 0.5 mm

    Design and construction of a prototype for the continuous extraction of Sacha Inchi seed oil with a cold pressing process

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    Abstract This work presents the design of an oil extractor from the Sacha Inchi seed with an extruder screw mechanism allows a maximum yield of 34% through a continuous cold extraction process at working temperatures below 45 ° C. The temperature is a critical parameter because when it exceeds 50 ° C, the oil decreases its nutritional value by the loss of its most important properties such as: Omega 3 (48%), Omega 6 (36%), Omega 9 (8%), digestibility (96%), vitamin A and E. The methodology used for the development of the work was the concurrent and simultaneous design according to the recommendations of National Instruments. The prototype consists of the extruder screw, pressure chamber, feed chamber, sieve and filter. The advantage of modular design is the flexibility it offers, so that when changing certain components it is possible to use the prototype to extract oil of different types and sizes of seeds. The products obtained from this mechanism are: 33.34% of oil and the solid residue known as Cake in 66.66% which has many applications in the field of human food and pets. Due to the processing of a food product, the requirements of ISO 22005 were applied for the design and implementation of the prototype

    Figure 8 from: Lee S, Kim K, Lee W (2014) A new species of Harpacticella Sars, 1908 (Copepoda, Harpacticoida), from a tidal pool on Jeju Island, Korea. ZooKeys 445: 13-30. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.445.7831

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    Figure 8 - Distribution of Harpacticella species. A Harpacticella amurensis B Harpacticella inopinata C Harpacticella paradoxa D Harpacticella lacustris E Harpacticella oceanica F Harpacticella itoi G Harpacticella jejuensis sp. n

    Figure 21 from: Gustafson GT, Miller KB (2015) Тhe New World whirligig beetles of the genus Dineutus Macleay, 1825 (Coleoptera, Gyrinidae, Gyrininae, Dineutini). ZooKeys 476: 1-135. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.476.8630

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    Figure 21 - Dineutus longimanus cubensis. A aedeagus dorsal view B aedeagus ventral view C ♂ mesotarsal claws D aedeagus lateral view. Scale bar for C ≈ 0.10 mm all others ≈ 1 mm

    Figure 11 from: Olmi M, van Noort S, Guglielmino A (2016) Contribution to the knowledge of Afrotropical Dryinidae, Embolemidae and Sclerogibbidae (Hymenoptera), with description of new species from Central African Republic and Uganda. ZooKeys 578: 45-95. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.578.7820

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    Figure 11 - Dryinus kibalus sp. n. Holotype female. A habitus, dorsal view B habitus lateral view (inset: data labels) C head, mesosoma dorsal view D head, mesosoma lateral view E head, anterior view F chela (slide mounted)
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