vibratile


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vibratile

 [vi´brah-tīl]
swaying or moving to and fro; vibratory.
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Despite similarities in the general form of planktotrophic echinopluteus larvae, there are substantial divergences in overall size and skeletal morphology (Mortensen, 1921, 1937), nervous system development (Bishop et al., 2013), arm and vibratile lobe number and size (Bishop et al., 2009), presence and absence of vestibular ectoderm (Emlet, 1988), and, here, behavior and musculature.
Coloro che lo comprendono e ne sentono il dovere dovranno svolgere "nella societa, la funzione di un organo magnetico e vibratile che esplori l'avvenire e lo prepari".
"Tout le mystere est la: etablir les identites secretes par un deux a deux qui ronge et use les objets, au nom d'une centrale purete", a partir de laquelle s'organiseraient le deploiement vibratile et la circularite du sens.
d'Argencourt devant cette molle chrysalide, plutot vibratile que remuante.
fragilis; Runnstrom 1929), although extensions of the ciliated band (called vibratile lobes), which are not supported by skeletal rods, developed in the same location.
In addition to arms as appendages that increase the length of the ciliary band, many echinoid larvae contain vibratile lobes (in Fig.
Working as an abstract sculptor during the 1930s, a period that saw a return to figuration, Melotti radically changed the language of traditional sculpture, eliminating its weight in aerial metal constructions that appear threadlike and vibratile. Above all he rejected the Fascist rhetoric of the monument and the conventional use of marble and bronze.
There are also numerous neurites positioned around the superior glandular field and the vibratile plume cells, but cell contacts between these surface cells and neurites were not clear.
The visitor to "Force Fields" enters the exhibition by moving through Jesus Rafael Soto's Penetrable, thousands of thin plastic tubes hung from the ceiling (a re-creation, in fact, of the artist's great invention of the late '60s): The room's atmosphere becomes vibratile, and one is transformed into a passerby from Boccioni's States of Mind: Those Who Stay, walking through solidified rain.