Reticulated


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reticulated

[rə′tik·yə‚lād·əd]
(biology)

Reticulated

Refers to surfaces that are marked with lines, resembling or forming a network of squares arranged on the diagonal.

reticulated

Covered with netted lines; netted; having distinct lines crossing in a network.
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Even more starling, the Reticulated Giraffe of Kenya has lost 80 percent of their population over the same period.
The reticulated giraffe (Giraffa Camelopardalis Reticulata) is the tallest mammal in the world, growing up to 5,5min height and is among the most well-known of thenine giraffe subspecies.
These latest additions bring the total number of reticulated giraffes on the island to 37.
The reticulated giraffes are doing well and they recently copulated, so we are hoping for a birth next year.
The Reticulated African giraffe population has been estimated to range from only 4,500 to 4,700 in the wild.
Reticulated pythons are native to south east Asia, a region in which Chester Zoo is involved in several conservation projects looking to protect animals.
There are just 21 known populations remaining of the reticulated flatwoods salamander and 71 percent of these rely on just a single breeding site.
Reticulated platelets have clinical utility because they can help distinguish bone marrow failure from peripheral destruction in thrombocytopenia.
Experts say reticulated pythons are known for their size and patterned skin, and have long been bred in captivity and kept as pets.
As is well known, shells still play an important role in the progress of bearing structures, particularly the single-layer reticulated shell which carries its loads mainly by compressive forces.
The reticulated python weighs in at about 90kg and is thought to be the biggest snake in Britain.
The reticulated python weighs in at about 90kg (14st 2lbs) and is thought to be the biggest snake in Britain.