Definition of Styliform. Meaning of Styliform. Synonyms of Styliform

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Definition of Styliform

Styliform
Styliform Sty"li*form, a. [Style + -form: cf. F. styliforme.] Having the form of, or resembling, a style, pin, or pen; styloid.

Meaning of Styliform from wikipedia

- known as a "styliform element", exceeding both the third finger and the ulna in length, extended backward from the forelimb bones. This styliform, an adaptation...
- flying squirrels and not other gliding mammals. Possible origins for the styliform cartilage have been explored, and the data suggests that it is most likely...
- with which it shared a "styliform element", an elongate bone that extended from the distal (far) end of the ulna. The styliform element was slightly curved...
- organ, composed of various muscle groups and fibers. Various species have styliform bones to support the membranes, either on the elbow (colugos, anomalures...
- apparatus. Other characteristics include six-jointed antennal peduncle, the styliform uropods (a character shared with some other isopod groups), the fusion...
- walking legs, which reached as far as the telson, which was long and styliform. The prosoma (head) varied from semiovate to subrectangular. Dunlop, J...
- protrusions known as the epimera with the exception of the last needle-like (styliform) segment known as the telson (the 'tail'). The segment immediately preceding...
- thought to feed on decaying vegetable matter and fungi in the wild. The styliform mouthparts suggest the Protura are fluid feeders, with evidence that some...
- lower one is integral, almost twice longer than upper. Floral bracts are styliform, shorter than the calyx, early falling. The corolla is three times longer...
- the longest. At least two species, Yi and Ambopteryx, also had a long "styliform" bone growing from the wrist, which, along with the third finger, helped...
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