Mr Yamamoto and his team, who published their study about the squid in Germany's Marine Biology science magazine last week, discovered the squid's ability to fly while tracking in July 2011 a crowd of about 100 squids in northwest Pacific, 600 kilometres east of Tokyo.
What does SQU stand for?
SQU stands for Squids (FAO species code)
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- Sensor Query and Tasking Language
- Software Quality Testing Labs (Pune, India)
- Squadron Training
- Serialized Quick Turn Programming
- Software Quality Test Plan
- Subcutaneous Terbutaline Pump Therapy
- Specialty Qualification Training Record (USAF Auxiliary)
- Snickers Quietly to Self
- Swiss Quality Testing Services (Switzerland)
- Squad Underground (gaming clan)
- Sultan Qaboos University (Oman)
- Swarthmore Queer Union
- Software Quality Across Different Regions (EU)
- Spherical Cubic Interpolation (3D mathematics)
- Software Quality Engineering Laboratory
- Software Quality Assessments and Recommendations
- Specifying Queries As Relational Expressions
- Sayre's EQuation, molecular Averaging, Solvent flattening and Histogram matching (density modification program suite)
- Standard-Compliant Quality Control System for High-Level Ceramic Material Manufacturing (project)
- Static Quality Assurance for Software and Hardware (European Strategic Program for Research in Information Technology)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Organiser George Cunningham said the bigger squids proved elusive because they couldn't see the bait in the murky waters.
Indeed giant (as distinct from colossal) squids have inspired mythical beasts from the Kraken of ancient Norway to HP Lovecraft's Cthulhu.
There are few comparable estimates of growth rates for other ommastrephid squids based on tag-recapture studies.
The students in the all-day program at Chumash Park seemed more fascinated than squeamish as they dug into their squids.
argentinus, and other squids (mainly cuttlefish) has increased.
SQUIDs are superconducting Josephson junction circuits approximately one million times more sensitive to signals than conventional semiconductor circuits.
Giant squids don't have a long life spam; they typically grow extremely quickly and then die after a year, squid specialist Mandy Reid told the telegraph.