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Definition of Cribrate

Cribrate
Cribrate Crib"rate (kr?b"r?t), a. [L. cribratus, p. p. of cribrare to sift, fr. cribrum a sieve.] Cribriform.

Meaning of Cribrate from wikipedia

- chestnut, apex of the abdomen rusty; head and thorax closely co****ly cribrate punctate ; abdomen finely densely reticulate punctate, opaque, with some...
- layer. Septa are solid, without micro-tubular cavities. The aperture is cribrate, with irregular pores at the end of a slightly produced neck. Loeblich...
- creta cret- chalk cretaceous cribrum cribr- sieve cribble, cribellum, cribrate, cribriform, garble †cribellum cribell- crimen crimin- judgment, offense...
- and almost completely filled by irregular radial pillars. The aperture, cribrate. As a member of the Spirocyclinidae Martiguesia is related to Haurania...
- surcrew cribr- sieve Latin cribrum, cribrare cribble, cribellate, cribellum, cribrate, cribriform, garble cric- ring Gr**** κρίκος (kríkos), κρικοειδής (krikoeidḗs)...
- stages with a simple tooth. Aperture in adult stage, terminal, radially cribrate, with a convex trematop**** (sieve plate) pierced by numerous irregular...
- opening at the end of the final chamber, often with a tooth, or may be cribrate with multiple openings. Six subfamilies are recognized (Loeblich & Tappan...
- septula or beams, perpendicular to the septa and outer wall. The aperture is cribrate, a series of openings on the terminal face. This genus is known from the...
- aperture is interiomarginal and slitlike (or a narrow arch) or areal and cribrate. Eponides, Joanella, Paumotua, Poroeponides Heleninidae – in which the...
- surcrew cribr- sieve Latin cribrum, cribrare cribble, cribellate, cribellum, cribrate, cribriform, garble cric- ring Gr**** κρίκος (kríkos), κρικοειδής (krikoeidḗs)...
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