lenticularis

lenticularis

[len‚tik·yə′lar·əs]
(meteorology)
A cloud species, the elements of which have the form of more or less isolated, generally smooth lenses; the outlines are sharp. Also known as lenticular cloud.
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The disease can be associated with dermatofibrosis and lenticularis disseminata.
Sometimes, it is associated with superficial skin lesions, which are connective tissue nevi (dermatofibrosis lenticularis disseminata) and the condition is known as Buschke-Ollendorff syndrome.
Finally, the total prevalence of trematode larvae in the gonad of Megapitaria squalida from Santa Rosalia was very high (23.5%) when compared with those reported for other venerid clams in moderately contaminated or uncontaminated sites: 1.82% in Eurhomalea lenticularis (Valderrama et al.
The effect of elevated temperature on the toxicity of the laboratory cultured dinoflagellate Ostreopsis lenticularis (Dinophyceae).
In truth it was indeed a lens cloud, formally called altocumulus standing lenticularis, which form when stable, moist air travels over a mountain range and creates waves.
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decipiens associated with Palorbitolina lenticularis in sediments from northern Spain, which were attributed to the lower Aptian (Bedulian).
To date, the growth of five species of temperate articulated brachiopods has been quantified: Terehratalia transversa (Thayer, 1977) and Terebratulina retusa (Curry, 1982; Collins, 1991) from the Northern Hemisphere; Cal-loria (Terebratella) inconspicua (Doherty, 1979), Neothyris lenticularis (Aldridge, 1999), and Terebratella san guinea (Ostrow, 2004) from New Zealand; and three species from Antarctic waters--Magellania fragilis (Brey et al., 1995), Liothyrella uva (Peck et al., 1997), and Neorhynchia strebli (Barnes and Peck, 1997).
With appearing Iraqia simplex, Orbitolina lenticularis, Orbitolina discoidea (foraminifers) and Hensonella dinarica (Algae) the biozone ends.