Dauer

Dauer (German for duration) may refer to:

  • Jochen Dauer, a former German race car driver, leather magnate, and proprietor of Dauer Sportwagen GmbH, notable for converting Porsche 962 race cars for use on the road as Dauer 962 Le Mans
  • Dauer larva

Other articles related to "dauer":

Alae (anatomy) - Function - Function Based On Genetic Data of The H. Contortus Dauer Nematode
... nematode Haemonchus contortus a ZP domain protein of a dauer stage nematode has been genetically associated to a target molecule found in the environment ... contortus the dauer nematode can remain in the gastric epithelium for months and until the right signals indicating conditions outside the host are favorable for egg survival, it will then trigger ... During the dauer stage the mouth and anal openings are sealed and neural receptors around the head retracted ...
Manning J. Dauer
... Manning Julian Dauer (1909–1987) was an American political scientist ... Dauer was born in North Carolina ... Dauer was one of the foremost scholars of Florida politics ...
Examples of Polyphenism - Dauer Diapause in Nematodes
... elegans can switch development to the so called dauer larva state, instead of going the normal molts into a reproductive adult ... These dauer larvae are a stress resistant, non-feeding, long-lived stage, enabling the animals to survive harsh conditions ...
Dauer Hall
... Dauer Hall is a historic building on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, in the United States ... Dauer Hall is a contributing property in the University of Florida Campus Historic District which was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 20, 1989 ...
Bursaphelenchus - Ecology
... These nematodes are phoretic their dauer larvae are dispersed between habitat by insects, in particular bark beetles (Scolytidae), Lamiinae long-horned beetles (e.g ... The conditions under which dauer larvae are formed (and which thus e.g ... According to the initial research results, induction of dauer larvae formation in Bursaphelenchus is a far more complex process than in C ...