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  • The final step was to make them eject their nuclei and mature properly.
  • Worms do not always eject their castings on the surface of the ground. Cited from The Formation of Vegetable Mould, by Darwin
  • However, they do have a small hole on the surface of the wood through which they eject their fecal pellets.
  • The lower surface was nearly flat, so that the worms must soon have been compelled to eject their castings beyond its circumference. Cited from A Book of Natural History, by Various
  • It was nearly ten but the streets were dark and sparsely peopled until the theatres should eject their spawn an hour later. Cited from The Beautiful and Damned, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Critical damage causes humans and apemen to collapse, and vehicles and buildings to eject their occupants and catch fire.
  • They are so vicious that in the instant of annihilation they eject their last atom of poison into your carcass. Cited from The Cruise of the Snark, Jack London
  • Vetigastropods usually eject their gametes directly into the sea for fertilization, thus there is no courtship or mating between individuals for most species.
  • The Mercers and Drapers were rebellious and ready to take any opportunity to eject their rivals from power. Cited from Chaucer's Official Life, by James Root Hulbert
  • Sea urchins release pheromones into the surrounding water, sending a chemical message that triggers other urchins in the colony to eject their sex cells simultaneously.
  • In both cases we are concerned with viscera which, when overfilled or unduly irritable, spasmodically eject their contents during sleep. Cited from Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 1 (of 6), by Havelock Ellis
  • The Act attempted to remedy this evil by restricting the right of landlords to eject their tenants and prevented them from raising the rent except for limited purposes.
  • The worms here eject their castings only during the rainy season; and at the time of Dr. King's visit no rain had fallen for 110 days. Cited from The Formation of Vegetable Mould, by Darwin
  • Several members of 5th Platoon, 1st Force Reconnaissance Company drowned because they could not eject their heavy armor in time to swim away.
  • The difficult step was to induce the cells to eject their nucleus; this was achieved by growing the cells on stromal cells from the bone marrow.
  • He would free the snakes on a table in front of him, then catch the snakes bare-handed, and force them to eject their venom into glass vials with a rubber membrane stretched across the top.
  • The method of reproduction for stinkhorns, including P. indusiatus, is different from most agaric mushrooms, which forcibly eject their spores.
  • Planetary nebulae are formed when small to medium mass stars gently eject their outer layers once they have exhausted all the hydrogen and helium which has been burning in nuclear fusion reactions during the star's lifetime.
  • In the hospitals, the students of medicine are requested, by notices upon the wall, to eject their tobacco juice into the boxes provided for that purpose, and not to discolour the stairs. Cited from American Notes, by Charles Dickens
  • It is certain, from the observations of Huber, that the aphides show no dislike to the ants: if the latter be not present they are at last compelled to eject their excretion. Cited from Origin of Species, 6th Ed., by Charles Darwin
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