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Radiolaria

a group of marine, planktonic protozoans, possessing siliceous skeletons and forming benthic oozes (see BENTHOS).
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His mission to deify and poeticize nature according to a new biologically-based aesthetic sense was showcased in his multivolume "Kunstformen der Natur" (1899-1904), (4) whose sumptuous illustrations featuring aquatic radiolarians, siphonophores, and medusa evidenced evolutionary kinship through shared symmetry.
This unit consists of thick-bedded limestone with low weathering tightly between layers of radiolarian. In areas that these units are located in the vicinity of kfl sometimes the intrusion of igneous rocks and limestone also be seen locally.
Included in this touring exhibition, which is called Vanguard - Progressive Craft, are the Bravais armchair and the Radiolarian sofa, part of a Honeycomb range of furniture developed with artist Richard Sweeney.
& CRUZ, D., 2008: Upper Triassic to Cretaceous radiolarian from Nicaragua and northern Costa Rica -the Mesquito Composite Oceanic Terrane.-Ofioliti, 33(1): 1-19.
Radiolarian sofa pounds 13,000, Lazerian, 0161 3370999, www.lazerian.co.uk This brand is one guy, Liam Hopkins, but he brings in other designers to work with him.
Paleohydrographic changes in the Somali Basin (5[degrees]N upwelling and equatorial areas) during the last 160 kyr, based on correspondence analysis of foraminiferal and radiolarian assemblages.
When Medeski, Martin & Wood's "Radiolarian 3" comes out in May 2009, those who were at Saturday's show at the McDonald Theatre can take pride in knowing they witnessed something novel from the always-innovative jazz trio.
Paleoceanography of the eastern equatorial Pacific during the Pliocene: a high resolution radiolarian study.
Another shortlisted image is the Millennium Dome-like radiolarian aulosphaera - a kind of amoeba from three miles under the Atlantic.
These two exquisitely rendered radiolarians (Dictyocerus Virchowii and Dictyopodium trilobum) are taken from Art Forms from the Ocean, Ernst Haeckel: Munich, Prestel, 2005, [pounds sterling]12.99, a reprint of Haeckel's celebrated 1862 Radiolarian Monograph.
A Paleogene radiolarian event of the South Mara unit, Banquereau Formation, Jeanne d'Arc Basin, offshore Newfoundland, and its applications.