suomi-englanti sanakirja

noyau englanniksi

  1. A French liqueur made at Poissy in north central France from brandy and flavoured with almonds and the pits of apricots since the early nineteenth century.

  2. A social structure where individual animals live alone, but each male's territory overlaps with those of several females.

  3. 1966 August 26, Richard Ardrey, "Strongest Bond of All - The Space We Own" in ''LIFE'', page 58:

  4. Borders are violated by hungering males and famished females, and the ordered animosities of the ''noyau'' give way to a saturnalia of sexual adventure.
  5. 1999, Ronald M. Nowak, ''Walker's Primates of the World'', JHU Press (ISBN), page 27

  6. The orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) also exhibits the ''noyau'' system and appears to be the only diurnal primate with a largely solitary lifestyle.
  7. 2000, Sergio M. Pellis & Andrew N. Iwaniuk, "Adult-Adult Play in Primates: Comparative Analyses of Its Origin, Distribution and Evolution", ''Ethology'' 106, page 1089:

  8. This "noyau" pattern is found among various nocturnal strepsirrhines.
  9. stone (of a fruit)

  10. group (of artists etc.); cell (of terrorists etc.)

  11. core

  12. nucleus

  13. kernel

  14. nucleus of a syllable

  15. (ant)