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Definition of P vulgata
P vulgataLimpet Lim"pet (l[i^]m"p[e^]t), n. [Prob. through French fr.
L. lepas, -adis, Gr. lepa`s, -a`dos.] (Zo["o]l.)
1. In a general sense, any hatshaped, or conical, gastropod
2. Any one of many species of marine shellfish of the order
Docoglossa, mostly found adhering to rocks, between tides.
Note: The common European limpets of the genus Patella
(esp. P. vulgata) are extensively used as food. The
common New England species is Acm[ae]a testudinalis.
Numerous species of limpets occur on the Pacific coast
of America, some of them of large size.
3. Any species of Siphonaria, a genus of limpet-shaped
Pulmonifera, living between tides, on rocks.
4. A keyhole limpet. See Fissurella.
Meaning of P vulgata from wikipedia
- Patella vulgata
name the common limpet
or common European limpet
is a species
of sea snail. It is a typical
true limpet; a marine gastropod
- The Nova Vulgata
(complete title: Nova Vulgata Bibliorum Sacrorum
Editio, transl. New Vulgate: Edition
of the Holy Bible; abr. NV), also called
- The Vulgate
(/ˈvʌlɡeɪt, -ɡət/; Biblia Vulgata
, Latin: [ˈbɪbli.a wʊlˈɡaːta]) is a late-4th-century Latin translation
of the Bible. It was to become
- Parathesis vulgata
is a species
in the family
Primulaceae. It is found
and Honduras. Nelson, C. (1998). "Parathesis vulgata
". The IUCN...
of body structure
or s**** morphology distinguish
it from P
, to which
it is otherwise
identical. Patella ulyssiponensis
- Ephemera vulgata
is a species
in the genus
Ephemera. This mayfly breeds
in stationary water
in slow rivers
and in ponds, the nymphs
- influencing their resulting
into limpet teeth
of Patella vulgata
, Vickers hardness values
268 and 646 kg⋅m−1⋅s−2, while
- not been produced
by Jerome. Two other
translations, the Pian and Nova Vulgata
versions, were made in the 20th century. Many of these translations
saccharina, Halidrys, Chondrus
and / or Furcellaria. Ballantine
. 1. Lewis, J R (1964). The Ecology
S****s. London: The English
- The Sixto-Clementine Vulgate
or Clementine Vulgate
Clementina) is the edition promulgated
in 1592 by Pope Clement
VIII of the Vulgate—a...
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