Definition of Taenidia. Meaning of Taenidia. Synonyms of Taenidia

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Definition of Taenidia

Taenidia
Taenidium T[ae]*nid"i*um, n.; pl. T[ae]nidia. [NL., dim. fr. L. taenia a ribbon.] (Zo["o]l.) The chitinous fiber forming the spiral thread of the trache[ae] of insects. See Illust. of Trachea.

Meaning of Taenidia from wikipedia

- Taenidia (singular: taenidium) are cir****ferential thickenings of the cuticle inside a trachea or tracheole in an insect's respiratory system. The geometry...
- Taenidia integerrima, the yellow pimpernel, is an herbaceous plant in the parsley family. It is native to the eastern North America, where it is widespread...
- its collapse under pressure, a thin, reinforcing "wire" of cuticle (the taenidia) winds spirally through the membranous wall. This design (similar in structure...
- Taenidia is a small genus of flowering plants in the carrot family, commonly known as pimpernels. This genus is native only to eastern North America. This...
- contain ridge-like cir****ferential rings of taenidia in various geometries such as loops or helices. Taenidia provide strength and flexibility to the trachea...
- haemolymph. A tracheal tube may contain ridge-like cir****ferential rings of taenidia in various geometries such as loops or helices. In the head, thorax, or...
- may refer to: Lysimachia nemorum, known as "yellow pimpernel" in the British Isles Taenidia integerrima, known as "yellow pimpernel" in North America...
- (tainía), ταινίδιον (tainídion) diplotene, leptotene, pachytene, taenia, taenidia, taenidium, taeniodont, Taeniolabis, zygotene tag- (ΤΑΓ) arrange, order...
- is green coloured and is 11 millimetres (0.43 in) in length "Cephalota (Taenidia) deserticola (Faldermann, 1836)". Carabidae of the World. March 30, 2011...
- Tunisia, and in Turkey. "Cephalota (Taenidia) cir****data (Dejean, 1822)". Retrieved June 13, 2010. "Cephalota (Taenidia) cir****data (Dejean in Latreille...
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