10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SPINULATE»
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Phylogenetic Relationships of the Lizard Families: Essays ...
Most iguanids with a spinulate pattern also have subdigital spinules or structures
modified therefrom. The subdigital spinules may be essentially like those of the
general body scale surface, or more elongate and differentiated into several ...
Richard Estes, Gregory K. Pregill, 1988
Monocots: Systematics and Evolution: Systematics and Evolution
... Chionographis); reticulate (Schoenocaulon, Stenanthium, Veratrum,
Zigadenus, Xerophyllum), gemmate (Chamaelirium, Chionographis) or spinulate
(Helonias, Heloniopsis, Ypsilandra) monosulcate; spinulate inaperturate;
spinulate mainly ...
Karen Wilson, David Morrison, 2000
7. Cliona Howsei, Hancock. Cliona Howsei, Hancock. L. c., vol. iii, p. 330, pi. xiv,
fig. 8 ; vol. xix, p. 10, pi. vii, fig. 5. Spicula of three kinds, the first spinulate, about Y
^oth of an inch long, very delicate, generally straight, with the head broadly ...
A Monograph of the British Spongiadae
Two of the fusiformi-spinulate, skeleton spicula. X 123 linear. Fig. 7. — The basal
portion of one of the fusiformi- enormi-spinulate, skeleton spicula. X 250 linear.
Fig. 8. — The basal portion of a bispinulate, skeleton spiculum. X 250 linear. Fig.
James Scott Bowerbank, Alfred Merle Norman, 1874
Classification of the Dermestidae (larder, Hide, and Carpet ...
3, K) with a comblike series of coarse, spinulate, clavate setae posteriorly ; setae
short ; 3 large subequal ocelli on each side of head Thylodriinae (Thylodrias
contractus Mots.), p. 10. Tergites (fig. 3, /) without comblike series of clavate setae
Crustaceans and the Biodiversity Crisis: Proceedings of the ...
7, 9) is rather short and squat, with short rami of about equal length; the exopod is
bulbous, with a spinulate apex; the endopod (figs. 7, 9) is 2-segmented: the basal
segment is unarmed: the terminal one has a spinulate ventral surface; the ...
Frederick R. Schram, Jan Carel von Vaupel Klein, 1999
Flowering Plants. Eudicots: Asterales
times triporate, usually echinate or spinulate, generally sphaeroidal with a
transverse furrow in the endexine perpendicular to each colpus and a tectate
ektexine. A cavea (space), where the columellae are detached from the foot layer
in the ...
Joachim W. Kadereit, Charles Jeffrey, 2007
Invertebrate Reproduction & Development
... processes on somites 3-4 Absent Absent 1 pair on each somite Posterior
margin of somites 2-6 Not spinulate Spinulate Spinulate TELSON Fig. 5a Figs.
13a, 14a, 17a Telson fork Not spinulate Spinulate Spinulate Zoea II CARAPACE
... Gekko (G) Spinulate 110.0 2 Anstelliger prasignis (G) Spinulate 50.0 2
Phyllodactylus mar mora tus (G) Spinulate 45.0 1 Gymnodactykis vlttotus (G)
Spinulate 55.0 1 Oedura trionli (D) Spinulate 90.0 1 Sphaerodactylus cinereus (S
) Spinulate ...
The venomous reptiles of the Western Hemisphere
... to stout Slender to stout moderately stout Distal portion of Spinulate Spinulate
Papillate Proximal calyces Proximal Papillate or hemipenes calyces calyces
calyces Spinulate, smooth calyces Spinulate distally papillate or calyces
Jonathan A. Campbell, William W. Lamar, Edmund D. Brodie, 2004
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Human Demodicosis: Revisit and a Proposed Classification
The clinical manifestations of primary demodicosis may include (i) spinulate demodicosis, currently known as pityriasis folliculorum, involving sebaceous hair ... «Medscape, Jun 14»