[ US /ˈtʃaɪɹən/ ]
- an asteroid discovered in 1977; it is unique in having an orbit lying mainly between the orbits of Saturn and Uranus
- (Greek mythology) the learned centaur who tutored Achilles, Asclepius, Hercules, Jason, and other heroes
How To Use Chiron In A Sentence
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- Chiron's vaccine troubles wouldn't be such a worry if its biotech drugs made up the slack.
- Chiron will have exclusive rights to develop and market any resulting compounds that can be used for human health.
- With a few truly bizarre exceptions (such as the chironomid bloodworms that breed in sewage), insects don't even have hemoglobin.
- Since 1997, an influenza vaccine (FLUAD, Chiron) which contains about 10 mg of squalene per dose, has been approved in health agencies in several European countries.
- Fish species are lake trout, Arctic grayling, round whitefish (Prosopium cylindraceum), burbot, and slimy sculpin (Cottus cognatus), which feed on benthic chironomid larvae and snails, the latter controlling epilithic algae in the lake. Effects of climate change on hydro-ecology of contributing basins in the Arctic
- As river fish and their invertebrate prey, such as chironomids and caddis larvae, have evolved together, each has influenced the behaviour of the other.
- It is also vital for all of our fish stocks that these larvae remain over the winter period as chironomids because they are a major food source for all cyprinoids.
- Radiocarbon-dated pollen, rhizopod, chironomid and total organic carbon (TOC) records from Nikolay Lake (73j20VN, 124j12VE) and a pollen record from a nearby peat sequence are used for a detailed environmental reconstruction of the Holocene in the Lena Delta area. Warmest in a Millll-yun Years « Climate Audit
- Fish were held in large plastic tanks or large aquaria when not being used, and they were fed frozen chironomids and live damselfly larvae.