Definition of Animalcula. Meaning of Animalcula. Synonyms of Animalcula

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Definition of Animalcula

Animalcula
Animalculum An`i*mal"cu*lum, n.; pl. Animalcula. [NL. See Animalcule.] An animalcule. Note: Animalcul[ae], as if from a Latin singular animalcula, is a barbarism.

Meaning of Animalcula from wikipedia

- Animalcule ("little animal", from Latin animal + the diminutive suffix -culum) is an older term for a microscopic animal or protozoan. The concept appears...
- Harris, J. (1695). "Some Microscopical Observations of Vast Numbers of Animalcula Seen in Water by John Harris, M. A. Kector of Winchelsea in Sus****, and...
- Microphestia animalcula is a species of snout moth, and the only species in the genus Microphestia. The species and the genus were described by Harrison...
- Antony van Leeuwenhoek, concerning the Worms in Sheeps Livers, Gnats, and Animalcula in the Excrements of Frogs". Philosophical Transactions. 22 (260–276):...
- Euplotes is a genus of ciliates. Animalcula infusoria fluviatilia et marina, quae detexit, systematice descripsit et ad vivum delineari curavit. O.F. Müller...
- the Society's Philosophical Transactions on microscope observations of animalcula which included the very first description of a bdelloid rotifer. In 1698...
- Antony van Leeuwenhoek, concerning the Worms in Sheeps Livers, Gnats, and Animalcula in the Excrements of Frogs". Philosophical Transactions. 22 (260–276):...
- Antony van Leeuwenhoek, concerning the Worms in Sheeps Livers, Gnats, and Animalcula in the Excrements of Frogs" (PDF). Philosophical Transactions. 22 (260–276):...
- Antony van Leeuwenhoek, concerning the Worms in Sheeps Livers, Gnats, and Animalcula in the Excrements of Frogs". Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society...
- pimples or eruptions of the face and skin, however violent or disfigured, animalcula generated under the cuticle or outer skin, prickley heat, shingles, ring...
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