Yalli, a corruption of the Sanskrit word vyala meaning fierce monster, is an architectural or decorative motif of an animal-mask. It is usually carved of stone with the body of a lion and the head of another beast such as an elephant. There are variations in the theme of the motif, often a lion-headed horse. Yalli were frequent motifs in Hindu temples, especially in South India.
Discriminative motif discovery in DNA and protein sequences using the DEME algorithm.(Research article)(deoxyribonucleic acid)
Oct 15, 2007; Authors: Emma Redhead ; Timothy L Bailey (corresponding author) BackgroundSequence Motif discovery has been applied...