• a worm of unease
  • しのびよる不安
  • food for worms
  • うじ虫の餌,しかばね
  • The [Even a] worm turns.
  • ((諺))一寸の虫にも五分の魂
  • wriggle like a worm
  • ミミズのようにくねらせる
  • A popular poem written by her describes the life of a silk worm which spins a cocoon, becomes entangled in the threads, and eventually dies because it cannot extricate itself – the silk worm is compared to a person and the silk threads, to worldly desires.
  • Wikipedia: Western Chalukya literature in Kannada
  • A similar role in immunity may operate in C. elegans, as argonaute proteins are upregulated in response to viruses and worms that overexpress components of the RNAi pathway are resistant to viral infection.
  • Wikipedia: RNA interference
  • After several months of heavy worm infection, some juveniles in a study were only half as heavy as control juveniles.
  • Wikipedia: Common toad
  • Coloured gold and green, the frogs are voracious eaters of insects but will also eat larger prey such as worms and mice.
  • Wikipedia: Green and Golden Bell Frog
  • Dampier had recently returned from leading a two-ship privateering expedition into the Pacific, which culminated in a series of mutinies before both ships finally sank due to Dampier's error in not having the hulls properly cleaned of worms before leaving port.
  • Wikipedia: Woodes Rogers
  • Despite its skulking nature, the water Rail appears to thrive in captivity when fed on animal food such as raw meat or earthworms; one individual was taught to jump for worms suspended from a fishing rod.
  • Wikipedia: Water Rail
  • Fairley also carried out pioneering work on Guinea worm disease (dracunculiasis).
  • Wikipedia: Neil Hamilton Fairley
  • For example, increasing the gene dosage of the gene SIR-2, which regulates DNA packaging in the nematode worm Caenorhabditis elegans, can significantly extend lifespan.
  • Wikipedia: DNA repair
  • For overall life expectancy, it has even been suggested that moderate levels of oxidative stress may increase lifespan in the worm Caenorhabditis elegans, by inducing a protective response to increased levels of reactive oxygen species.
  • Wikipedia: Antioxidant
  • In October 2009, AV-TEST.org conducted a series of trials on the final build of the product in which it detected and caught 98.44 percent of 545,034 computer viruses, computer worms and software Trojan horses as well as 90.95 percent of 14,222 spyware and adware samples.
  • Wikipedia: Microsoft Security Essentials
  • Introduced predators such as cats can prey on it and several parasitic worms infect it.
  • Wikipedia: Noronha skink
  • Invertebrates identified in the area include two species endemic to the hydrothermal vents, a bresiliid shrimp (Opaepele loihi) of the family Alvinocarididae (described in 1995), and a tube or pogonophoran worm.
  • Wikipedia: Lōʻihi Seamount
  • Muscles draw water in through the inhalant siphon which is modified into a cowl-shaped organ, sucking in small crustaceans and worms at the same time.
  • Wikipedia: Bivalvia
  • One nematode found in adult birds, Skrjabinoclavia thapari, is borne in the fiddler crab as an intermediate host, while the thorny headed worm species Southwellina dimorpha is carried in crayfish and infests both adult and juvenile ibis.
  • Wikipedia: American White Ibis
  • Out of ten O. couesi in San Luis Potosí, five each were infected by the nematode worms Hassalstrongylus musculi and H. bocqueti, with about 25 worms per rat, and two were infected by one or two cestodes of the genus Raillietina.
  • Wikipedia: Oryzomys couesi
  • Previously, the Storm worms locally would tell the other programs — such as anti-virus, or anti-malware software, to simply not run.
  • Wikipedia: Storm botnet
  • Shark teeth have been found in this formation as well abundant fossils of marine invertebrates such as brachiopods, corals, mollusks, sea lilies, and worms.
  • Wikipedia: Geology of the Grand Canyon area
  • Spores are released from the worm almost exclusively when the temperature is between 10°C and 15°C, so fish in warmer or cooler waters are less likely to be infected, and infection rates vary seasonally.
  • Wikipedia: Myxobolus cerebralis
  • The average level of methylation varies between organisms – the worm Caenorhabditis elegans lacks cytosine methylation, while vertebrates have higher levels, with up to 1% of their DNA containing 5-methylcytosine.
  • Wikipedia: DNA
  • The generic name was replaced by Majoria in 1915, because Myoryctes was preoccupied by the name of a nematode worm.
  • Wikipedia: Plesiorycteropus
  • The original wooden pier had to be dismantled in 1871 after its owners went into liquidation and sea worms had damaged the wood.
  • Wikipedia: Herne Bay, Kent
  • The remaining fillies are each branded with their owner's mark, and many animals are wormed.
  • Wikipedia: New Forest pony