cerata

cerata

[sa′räd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
Respiratory papillae of the mantle in certain nudibranchs.
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Druce, 1907) 49 Calycopis cerata (Hewitson, 1877) 50 Calycopis pisis (Godman & Salvin, 1887) 51 Calycopis xeneta (Hewitson, 1877) 52 Strymon alea (Godman & Salvin, 1887) 53 Strymon mulucha (Hewitson, 1867) 54 Strymon astiocha (Prittwitz, 1865) 55 Strymon gabatha (Hewitson, 1870) 56 Nicolaea dolium (H.
Previous excavations had already unearthed graffiti (Santos Yanguas, 2014: 300 f.) and even writing instruments, such as a stilus and possibly the hinge of a tabella cerata (Gil Zubillaga, 2002: 134), materials that support this hypothesis.
Compared to Doto amyra, Doto form A has cerata with brighter colored cores and longer, distinctly white papillae.
Isotta Nogarola, Laura Cerata and Cassandra Fedele are included as examples of female intellectual activity.
Of 400 total lungs, 46 cases (11.5%) were infected by hydatid cyst, of 320 sheep lungs, only 12 cases (3.7%) were infected by Linguatula cerata larva.
Ma di un'ovvieta non si tratta se ci si rende conto che il "quadro" e appunto un collage di olio, tela cerata, carta e corda su tela.
barbarensis has a translucent white body with gold and blue cerata, markings on the dorsal papillae with branched digestive gland ducts, jaws with denticles, and lateral teeth with denticles.
On the back of each aeolid is a mane of cerata bearing the respiratory gills and, in some cases, digestive glands.
Surface materials were Formica, Wilsonart, Hartson Kennedy, Corian and Cerata.