radiole

radiole

[′rād·ē·ōl]
(invertebrate zoology)
A spine on a sea urchin.
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As an additional line of defense, and in contrast with sabellids, most serpulids modify a single radiole into a peduncle topped by an enlarged operculum, a plug with a chitinous or calcareous endplate, that stoppers the tube opening when withdrawn.
The non-incised ventral collar which is equal in length to the second setiger, and a group of numerous ocelli on each radiole identify this as N.
000 oyentes en Espana (EGM, 2015) y el dominio de Prisa con mas del 50 % de la audiencia de radio musical en torno a sus seis cadenas de radioformula: Los 40 Principales, M80-Radio, Maxima FM, Cadena Dial, Radiole y Ke Buena (5) .
El diario pertenece al mayor grupo mediatico de Espana, el Grupo PRISA, que es tambien propietario de la Cadena SER (radio), Cinco Dias (prensa economica), Grupo Santillana, con las editoriales Santillana, Alfaguara, Taurus, Aguilar; Diario As (prensa deportiva), Los 40 Principales, Maxima FM, M80 Radio, Radiole, Cadena Dial (radioformula), Prisa TV, Localia, Digital+ (television), entre otros medios.
Una compra muy controvertida (1), pero que ampliaba notablemente su red de emisoras y permitia especializarlas con la configuracion de diversas cadenas musicales: Los 40 Principales, M-80, Dial, Radiole o la posterior Maxima FM .
Paralelamente, la SER esta emitiendo 24 horas sobre 24, ininterrumpidamente, en sus seis cadenas: Cadena SER, 40 Principales, M80, Cadena Dial, Radiole y Maxima FM.
The minimum effective concentration of DRB to prevent branchial radiole formation in all the larvae tested with either inducer was 10 [micro]M (Figs.
Giant Fanworm is easily distinguished from native varieties by the impressive two-tiered 'fan' arrangement of radioles that are often fully deployed from the tube in which the animal resides (Fig.
Branchial crown with 2 pairs of Branchial crown with three to radioles five pairs of radioles The anterior half of the body is The body is thicker in the thinner than the rest middle.
In normally metamorphosing worms, these bulges go on to form the adult feeding tentacles, or radioles.
The tips of the radioles are not at all or sometimes very slightly inflated, but never bear structures resembling the opercula of Filograna spp.
This inevitably failed to elicit a reaction from the host, which began feeding, as evidenced by the steady movement of particles down the radioles of the feeding crown and into the worm's mouth.