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belemnoid

 [bĕ-lem´noid]
1. dart-shaped.
2. the styloid process.

bel·em·noid

(be-lem'noyd),
Dart-shaped.
[G. belemnon, a dart, + eidos, resemblance]

belemnoid

adjective A near-extinct term for dart-shaped.

belemnoid

1. dart-shaped.
2. the styloid process.
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bel] values obtained from belemnite calcite and the curve of Total Organic Carbon (TOC) variations have been plotted against the 562 measured beds of the Rodiles section (Fig.
This work is based on the detailed study of fresh-cut and thin and ultra-thin sections of well-preserved Jurassic belemnite rostra under different petrographic techniques and aims to enlighten some of these controversies by demonstrating the spherulithic nature of belemnite rostra microstructures and that the prismatic calcite crystals in the rostra are composite and were formed through an earlier and biologically controlled phase of calcite and a subsequent phase of calcite that was probably non-biologically controlled, which strongly suggests that the belemnite rostra were porous in origin.
And while Charmouth's gently sloping beach makes it ideal for playing in the sand, you may be able to entice the family into a search for the fossilised remains of an ammonite (pictured), belemnite or shell-shaped bivalve.
carb]) are reported relative to the international Vienna Pee Dee Belemnite (V-PDB) standard.
A secondary standard calibrated against a fossil belemnite from Pee Dee formation was used for comparison.
Values are reported in parts per thousand ([per thousand]) relative to the Peedee belemnite (PDB) limestone and nitrogen in the atmosphere.
One plesiosaur's stomach cavity included belemnite remains, but 92 percent of the contents were crushed shells of thumb-size clams and snails.
12]C relative to the PeeDee belemnite standard and converted to A as described by Farquhar et al.
Standards for C and N were Pee Dee Belemnite and atmospheric nitrogen, respectively.
The Permo-Triassic Khanozai Group (Gawal Formation-shale with thin bedded limestone; and Wulgai Formation-shale with medium bedded limestone) Jurassic Sulaiman Group (Spingwar Loralai and Chiltan formations; ammonite bearing limestone marl and shale) and Early Cretaceous Parh Group (Sembar Goru Parh formations; belemnite bearing shale marl and limestone) represent fine pelagic shallow marine and deltaic environments.
Stable carbon isotope data are reported relative to the Pee Dee Belemnite (PDB) standard (Craig 1957) as: