Definition of Rhizostome. Meaning of Rhizostome. Synonyms of Rhizostome

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Definition of Rhizostome

Rhizostome
Rhizostome Rhiz"o*stome, n. (Zo["o]l.) One of the Rhizostomata.

Meaning of Rhizostome from wikipedia

- Rhizostomae or Rhizostomeae is an order of jellyfish. Species of this order have neither tentacles nor other structures at the bell's edges. Instead, they...
- jellyfish (エチゼンクラゲ, echizen kurage, Nemopilema nomurai) is a very large rhizostome jellyfish, in the same size class as the lion's mane jellyfish, the largest...
- Bazinga is a genus of rhizostome jellyfish with only one known species, Bazinga rieki, found off the central eastern coast of Australia. Bazinga rieki...
- commercially for food are Scyphomedusae in the order Rhizostomeae. Most rhizostome jellyfish live in warm water. Although the Scyphozoa were formerly considered...
- Holst, S.; I. Sötje; H. Tiemann; and G. Jarms (2007). Life cycle of the rhizostome jellyfish Rhizostoma octopus (L.) (Scyphozoa, Rhizostomeae), with studies...
- order Rhizostomeae are harvested for food, mostly in southeast Asia. Rhizostomes, especially Rhopilema esculentum in China (海蜇 hǎizhé, 'sea stingers')...
- in late summer and fall. This is the reverse of the usual situation of rhizostome jellyfish, in more temperate locations, where the scyphistomae are temperature-tolerant...
- pigment in the barrel jellyfish Rhizostoma pulmo. It also appears in rhizostome jellyfish that do not appear blue, such as in Nemopilema nomurai, which...
- Ptychophorae is a suborder of rhizostome jellyfish, identified in 2013 by Gershwin and Davie. The word Ptychophorae is said to be derived from the Gr****...
- Retrieved 2021-04-05. Sugiura, Yasuo (1966). "On the Life-History of Rhizostome Medusae Iv. Cephea Cephea". Embryologia. 9 (2): 105–122. doi:10.1111/j...