Definition of scypha. Meaning of scypha. Synonyms of scypha

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Definition of scypha

scypha
Scyphus Scy"phus, n.; pl. Scyphi. [L., a cup, Gr. ?.] 1. (Antiq.) A kind of large drinking cup, -- used by Greeks and Romans, esp. by poor folk. 2. (Bot.) (a) The cup of a narcissus, or a similar appendage to the corolla in other flowers. (b) A cup-shaped stem or podetium in lichens. Also called scypha. See Illust. of Cladonia pyxidata, under Lichen.
Scypha
Scypha Scy"pha, n.; pl. Scyphae. [NL.] (Bot.) See Scyphus, 2 (b) .

Meaning of scypha from wikipedia

- Dunstervillia Bowerbank, 1845 Homoderma Lendenfeld, 1885 Leuckartea Haeckel, 1872 Scypha Gray, 1821 Streptoconus Jenkin, 1908 Sycarium Haeckel, 1869 Sycocystis Haeckel...
- 1780 Synonyms List Grantia ciliatum (Fabricius, 1870) Scypha ciliata (Fabricius, 1780) Scypha coronata (Ellis & Solander, 1786) Spongia ciliata Fabricius...
- Dunstervillia lanzarotae Haeckel, 1870 Grantia tesselata Bowerbank, 1864 Scypha elegans (Bowerbank, 1845) Sycandra elegans (Bowerbank, 1845) Sycandra tabulatum...
- Species: H. papillaris Binomial name Halichondria papillaris (Pallas, 1766) Synonyms Spongia papillaris Pallas, 1766 Scypha papillaris (Pallas, 1766)...
- Species: S. raph**** Binomial name Sycon raph**** Schmidt, 1862 Synonyms List Scypha raph**** (Schmidt, 1862) Spongia inflata Della Chiaje, 1828 Sycandra raph****...
- The opening to a porocyte is a pore known as an ostium. In sponges, like Scypha, there are some cells that have an intracellular pore. These cells are known...
- salemensis Lewis, 1981 Caecidotea scrupulosa (Williams, 1970) Caecidotea scypha (Steeves & Holsinger, 1968) Caecidotea sequoiae Bowman, 1975 Caecidotea...
- calcareous poriferans such as yellow lemon sponge, sphinctozoans, pharetronids, Scypha, Leucetta, Gravestockia, Grantia, Astraeospongium, Clathrina, Lelapia, Rhaphidonema...
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