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la·ge·na

, pl.

la·ge·nae

(lă-jē'nă, -jē-nē),
2. One of the three parts of the membranous labyrinth of the inner ear of lower vertebrates; in mammals, the lagena becomes the cochlea.
[L. flask]

lagena

/la·ge·na/ (lah-je´nah)
1. a part of the upper end of the cochlear duct.
2. the organ of hearing in nonmammalian vertebrates.

la·ge·na

, pl. lagenae (lă-jē'nă, -nē)
2. One of the three parts of the membranous labyrinth of the internal ear of lower vertebrates; in mammals, the lagena becomes the cochlea.
[L. flask]

lagena

1. the curved, flask-shaped organ of hearing in vertebrates lower than mammals, corresponding to the cochlear duct.
2. the upper extremity of the cochlear duct.
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The upper Sheinwoodian Cingulochitina cingulata global Biozone, consisting of the local Cingulochitina cingulata and Eisenackitina lagena biozones, is fully present in Staicele but is represented only in a single sample in the Ikla core (Figs.
One more stratigraphical gap was established in the Ikla core, at the base of the Jamaja Formation, where a great part of the lower Jaagarahu Cingulochitina cingulata and Eisenackitina lagena local chitinozoan biozones is lacking (Fig.
LaGena Lookabill Greene read the stories, watched the news, listened to every report that mourned Richmond's passing.
Tim Richmond met LaGena Lookabill Greene in 1980 and pursued her for six years, proposing three times.
Later, in 1985, LaGena met an actor, Danny Greene, while filming a movie.
Tim's father, Al, does not believe that his late son infected LaGena Greene.
LaGena says she and Al spoke on the phone many times.
lagena, occurred in the dubius parvus and chimaera graptolite zones.
Two new species and Eisenackitina lagena (Eisenack) are described below.
In earlier papers the author misidentified the species Eisenackitina lagena (Eisenack 1968) and described it from the middle Wenlock sequence of Estonia and North Latvia (Nestor 1994).
Above the Cingulochitina cingulata Biozone, zonal species of the Eisenackitina lagena, Conochitina pachycephala, and Conochitina subcyatha biozones were established in the Riksu section in the Jamaja Formation (Fig.
The guide fossils of the Cingulochitina cingulata, Eisenackitina lagena, and Conochitina pachycephala chitinozoan biozones have been recognized in the Slite units d-g (= Slite Marl s.