lappet


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lappet

(lăp′ĭt)
n.
A flaplike structure, such as the wattle of a bird or the lobe of the ear.
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The viscous boundary layer between the lappets was evident as a thin film of fluid that connected the lappet tips and appeared as "webbing" that persisted throughout the bell pulsation cycle (Fig.
Newly released ephyrae possessed a simple, short manubrium, deep clefts between lappets in the bell, and no tentacles.
The total luciferase activity existing in one gram of the dome mesoglea, lappet, and ovary was approximately 100 LU, 1000 LU, and 7 X [10.
In correspondence with the findings discussed above, one is from the ovary (luciferase-O) and the other from the lappet (luciferase-L).
Marginal sense organs: 8; each with two rhopaliar cones, one from exumbrella and extending inward, one between and formed by junction of adjacent lappet borders and directed upward.
Small lateral lappets are present on segments 2 and 3 as well as a small, inconspicuous lappet on segment 4.
Tenders are invited for Tender Called For 2Mm Lappet Hook And Falls Twister
1-6): "Alatina with tall, narrow bell, flared at base, tapering into truncated pyramid at apex; 4 crescentric gastric phacellae at interradial corners of stomach; 3 simple to palmate branching velarial canals per octant, each with a velarial lappet bearing a row of 3 to 4 nematocyst warts; 4 long, wing-like (sensu Reynaud, 1830) pedalia, each with a pink tentacle.
The pine-tree lappet (Dendrolimus pini) appears to have been one of the most destructive insects in the coniferous forests of Brandenburg (Figure 5).
She had prominent lappets at the base of her ears and a keeled calcar (Czaplewski, 1983), leading us to identify her as Allen's lappet-browed bat (Idionycteris phyllotis).
37 [micro]g/g, respectively, Lappet faced vulture (Torgos tracheliotos) contained 7.
Manufacturing of complete nonwoven lines from Card, Lappet.