Definition of Integumentation. Meaning of Integumentation. Synonyms of Integumentation

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Definition of Integumentation

Integumentation
Integumentation In*teg`u*men*ta"tion, n. The act or process of covering with integuments; the state or manner of being thus covered.

Meaning of Integumentation from wikipedia

- In biology, integument is the natural covering of an organism or an organ, such as its skin, husk, s****, germ or rind. It derives from integumentum, which...
- of total body weight and covers 1.5 to 2 m2 of surface area. The skin (integument) is a composite organ, made up of at least two major layers of tissue:...
- certain size before growth is halted. The seed coat arises from the integuments of the ovule. Seeds have been an important development in the reproduction...
- Theropoda (/θɪəˈrɒpədə/; from Ancient Gr**** θηρίον (thēríon) 'wild beast', and πούς, ποδός (poús, podós) 'foot'), whose members are known as theropods...
- Marl Formation of Harrana in Jordan, knowledge of the nature of mosasaur integument was mainly based on very few accounts describing early mosasaur fossils...
- parent plant. A megasporangium enclosed in a protective layer called an integument is known as an ovule. After fertilisation by means of sperm produced by...
- contains the female reproductive cells. It consists of three parts: the integument, forming its outer layer, the nucellus (or remnant of the megasporangium)...
- less common while braincases enlarged and forelimbs became longer. The integument evolved into complex, pennaceous feathers. The oldest known paravian (and...
- gluteal aponeurosis, which separates it from the superficial fascia and integument. The gluteus medius muscle starts, or "originates", on the outer surface...
- the original on 3 May 2015. Retrieved 2 July 2013. Ebling, F. J. G. "Integument". Encyclopædia Britannica. Archived from the original on 30 April 2015...