Definition of Pedicellaria. Meaning of Pedicellaria. Synonyms of Pedicellaria

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Definition of Pedicellaria

Pedicellaria
Pedicellaria Ped`i*cel*la"ri*a, n.; pl. Pedicellari[ae]. [NL. See Pedicel.] (Zo["o]l.) A peculiar forcepslike organ which occurs in large numbers upon starfishes and echini. Those of starfishes have two movable jaws, or blades, and are usually nearly, or quite, sessile; those of echini usually have three jaws and a pedicel. See Illustration in Appendix.

Meaning of Pedicellaria from wikipedia

- A pedicellaria (plural: pedicellariae) is a small wrench- or claw-shaped appendage with movable jaws, called valves, commonly found on echinoderms (phylum...
- spine in one position. Located among the spines are several types of pedicellaria, moveable stalked structures with jaws. Sea urchins move by walking using...
- Pedicellaria and pa****e of Asterias forbesi...
- P. pentaphylla may refer to: Pedicellaria pentaphylla, an annual wildflower Pinus pentaphylla, a white pine Potentilla pentaphylla, a wild strawberry...
- also called straight, pedicellaria, which lie scattered across their skin, and the smaller minor, also called crossed, pedicellaria, which are found in...
- adambulacral plates 8- inferomarginal plates 9- inferomarginal spines 10- pedicellaria: special pedicels with prehensile termination necessary to grab bodies...
- common combinations found in the Caribbean. In between the spines are pedicellaria, pincer like structures. These are white which distinguishes the green...
- Melidiscus Raf. Micambe Adans. Mitostylis Raf. Neocleome Small Oncufis Raf. Pedicellaria Schrank Pericla Raf. Physostemon Mart. Podandrogyne Ducke Podogyne Hoffmanns...
- Bioinspired Chemistry. John Wiley and Sons. p. 393. ISBN 3527318054. "Pedicellaria". Dictionary. Merriam-Webster. 2013. Retrieved 2013-05-11. Ruppert et...
- continued for about six hours. Tsutomu Fujiwara (1935). "On the poisonous pedicellaria of Toxopneustes pileolus (Lamarck)". Annotationes Zoologicae ****onenses...
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