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Definition of Camerated

Camerated
Camerate Cam"er*ate, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Camerated; p. pr. & vb. n. Camerzting.] [L. cameratus, p. p. of camerare. See Camber.] 1. To build in the form of a vault; to arch over. 2. To divide into chambers.

Meaning of Camerated from wikipedia

- Look up camerata or camerate in Wiktionary, the free dictionary....
- extinct shortly before the P–Tr boundary Crinoids 98% Inadunates and camerates died out Mollusca Ammonites 97% Goniatites died out Bivalves 59%   Gastropods...
- Baumiller, Tomasz K. (2003). "Infestation of Middle Devonian (Givetian) camerate crinoids by platyceratid gastropods and its implications for the nature...
- Echinodermata Stephen K. Donovan and David N. Lewis The mid-Palaeozoic camerate crinoid Scyphocrinites Zenker in southwest England Encyclopedia of Life...
- The Camerata or camerate crinoids are an extinct subclass of Paleozoic stalked crinoids. They originated during the Early Ordovician, reached their maximum...
- I. (1997). "Morphologic Variation within and among Po****tions of the Camerate Crinoid Agaricocrinus (Lower Mississippian, Kentucky and Tennessee): Breaking...
- scenes that take place in Salzburg, which were recorded by the Mozarteum's Camerate Academica Orchestra. It premiered on 18 September 1957 in Los Angeles....
- Carboniferous (Viséan) Borden Formation  United States ( Kentucky) A monobathrid camerate belonging to the family Amphoracrinidae. Archiacia ramitaensis Sp. nov...
- I. (1997). "Morphologic Variation within and among Po****tions of the Camerate Crinoid Agaricocrinus (Lower Mississippian, Kentucky and Tennessee): Breaking...
- hypantrum and low parapophysis placement. The internal structures are open and camerate like Camarasaurus, Giraffatitan and Galvesaurus, but unlike these taxa...