Definition of Ambulacrum. Meaning of Ambulacrum. Synonyms of Ambulacrum

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Definition of Ambulacrum

Ambulacrum
Ambulacrum Am`bu*la"crum, n.; pl. Ambulacra. [L., an alley or covered way.] (Zo["o]l.) (a) One of the radical zones of echinoderms, along which run the principal nerves, blood vessels, and water tubes. These zones usually bear rows of locomotive suckers or tentacles, which protrude from regular pores. In star fishes they occupy the grooves along the under side of the rays. (b) One of the suckers on the feet of mites.

Meaning of Ambulacrum from wikipedia

- Ambulacrum is an architectural word that denotes an atrium, courtyard, or parvise in front of a basilica or church that is surrounded by arcades or colonnades...
- In zoology, an ambulacrum is an elongated area of the s**** of an echinoderm in which a row of tube feet are arranged. It is pluralized as ambulacra. The...
- Austromitra ambulacrum is an extinct species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk, in the family Costellariidae, the ribbed miters. This species occurs...
- Babylonia ambulacrum is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk, in the family Babyloniidae. MolluscaBase (2018). Babylonia ambulacrum (G. B....
- aboral side of each ray, known as an ambulacrum. These have interambulacra between them. From the Latin 'ambulācrum', meaning 'walk planted with trees'...
- Ray fragment (oral surface; ambulacrum) of goniasterid asteroid; Zichor Formation (Coniacian, Upper Cretaceous), southern Israel....
- Training Corps ****embled for the first time on 16 October 1900, in the Ambulacrum, overseen by The First Volunteer Battalion, the East Lancashire Regiment...
- flower petals from the center were five food grooves, or ambulacra. Each ambulacrum had many long thin fine structures called brachioles, which were used...
- clad in blocks of travertine: the cella has a door and two windows. The ambulacrum that surrounds the cella had eighteen Corinthian columns (ten remain standing)...
- abstracted but happy enough. He could be recognised from afar along an 'ambulacrum' or corridor by his habit of sidling sheepishly along the wall with the...
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