catena(redirected from Catenæ)
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a connected series, esp of patristic comments on the Bible
catena(kă-tee -nă) (plural: catenae) a chain of craters. The word is used in the approved name of such a surface feature on a planet or satellite.
A series of data items that appears in a chained list.
A group of soils derived from uniform or similar parent material which nonetheless show variations in type because of differences in topography or drainage.