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Definition of the noun Acetabularia

What does Acetabularia mean as a name of something?

Acetabularia is a genus of Polyphysaceae, described by J.V.Lamouroux in 1812.

Acetabularia is a genus of Bolbitiaceae.

Acetabularia is a genus of Polyphysaceae.

Phrases with Acetabularia

Phrases starting with the word Acetabularia:

  1. Acetabularia Gigas
  2. Acetabularia Major
  3. Acetabularia exigua
  4. Acetabularia moebii
  5. Acetabularia Suhrii
  6. Acetabularia clavata
  7. Acetabularia dentata
  8. Acetabularia Integra
  9. Acetabularia kilneri
  10. Acetabularia Parvula
  11. Acetabularia Pusilla
  12. Acetabularia Denudata
  13. Acetabularia Farlowii
  14. Acetabularia Schenkii
  15. Acetabularia shenckii
  16. Acetabularia Caliculus
  17. Acetabularia Calyculus
  18. Acetabularia crenulata

Phrases ending with the word Acetabularia:

  1. genus Acetabularia
  2. Zicca Acetabularia

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Acetabularia

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Google previewCell Biology (2004)

Acetabularia is a unicellular green alga, found in tropical and subtropical waters. The whole organism has a continuous cell wall and contains a single nucleus. The organism can grow to a length of about 5 cm and may live for several years.

Google previewTemporal Order (2012)

Proceedings of a Symposium on Oscillations in Heterogeneous Chemical and Biological Systems, University of Bremen, September 17–22, 1984 by L. Rensing, N.I. Jaeger

The unicellular and uninucleate marine green alga Acetabularia is a suitable choice, and this giant cell has been thoroughly studied during the last two decades (8). A major advantage of this unicellular organism is the size which, in the case ...

Google previewCurrent Topics in Developmental Biology (1968)

showed that acid phosphatase in Acetabularia is a complex of many isozymes, which behave differently in the absence ...

Google previewModern Biology (1997)

by V. B. Rastogi

Acetabularia is the largest unicellular plant measuring upto 6 cm in length and is umbrella-shaped. 4. Photosynthetic pigments in green algae are chlorophyll a and b and small amounts of carotenoid pigments in the grana of chloroplasts as in ...

Google previewLife: The Science of Biology (2009)

by David E. Sadava, David M. Hillis, H. Craig Heller, May Berenbaum

Acetabularia is a single giant, uninucleate cell a few centimeters in length that becomes multinucleate only at the end of its reproductive stage. Ulva lactuca is a thin, membranous sheet a few centimeters across; its distinctive appearance ...

Google previewIntroduction to Plant Cell Development (1985)

by Jeremy Burgess

Nucleocytoplasmic interaction The relationship between the nucleus and the cytoplasm has been extensively studied using the marine alga Acetabularia. Acetabularia is a single- celled organism with a characteristic morphology, and it has a ...

Google previewLehrbuch Der Botanik (1887)

by Karl Goebel

Acetabularia is a perennial plant, but each stalk with its cap is only annual. The cap with the upper part of the stalk dies at the end of its period of vegetation, and the lower part only remains ; but the protoplasm retreats into the basal portion, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Plant Sciences (2012)

by Michael Allaby

Acetabularia. (mermaid's cup, mermaid's wineglass) A genus of *dasycladalean algae in which the mature *thallus consists of a single *axis or 'stalk' with a whorl of *gametangial sacs at the top. Found in warm regions in shallow, sheltered ...

Google previewConcise Dictionary of Biomedicine and Molecular Biology (2001)

by Pei-Show Juo

Acetabularia • Acetest 12 Acetabularia A genus of large single-celled green algae having a foot, a stalk, and a cap. Acetal (mol wt 118) 1. A compound formed from acetaldehyde and alcohol in the presence of anhydrous calcium chloride.

Google previewBlackie’s Dictionary of Biology (2000)

by Blackie

Acetabularia It has a uninucleate differentiated body which cannot be divided into cells. Acetabularia Acetabulum Acetaminophen The large cup-shaped cavity at the junction of pelvis and femur orthigh bone. A drug for relieving pain and fever.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Genetics, Genomics, Proteomics, and Informatics (2008)

by George P. Rédei

Acetabularia: Single-celled green algae that may reach the size of 2–3 cm and may be differentiated into rhizoids, stem and cap. It can survive enucleation for several months. The rhizoids, containing the nucleus, may regenerate into complete ...

Google previewAinsworth & Bisby's Dictionary of the Fungi (2008)

by Geoffrey Clough Ainsworth

Acetabularia (Berk.) Massee (1893) [non Acetabularia J.V. Lamour. 1812, Algae] !

Google previewDictionary Of Botany

by Anil Kumar Mishra

mermaid's cup (Acetabularia). Corpus – The central region of the meristem below the tunica where cell divisions are in all the directions, giving both increased width and length to the apex. Cortex (pl. cortices – or cortexes) – Aprimary tissue ...

Google previewUltimate Visual Dictionary (2011)

by DK

Apical "('“h Acetabularia sp.

Google previewThe Dictionary of Genomics, Transcriptomics and Proteomics (2015)

by Guenter Kahl

Acetabularia), seeds, and unicellular angiosperm echinoderm oocytes. Masking is brought about by RNA-binding proteins (“mRNA masking proteins”) that probably need ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Quaternary Science (2013)

by Scott Elias, Cary Mock

Acetabularia sp., Lee and ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Genetics (2006)

by Robert C. King, William D. Stansfield, Pamela K. Mulligan

phylum Chlorophyta (green algae forming flagellated gametes, Acetabularia, Chlamydomonas, Chlorella, Mesostigma ...

Google previewThe Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia (101-)

by Project Gutenberg

Acetabularia Mediterranea, mushroomlike calcareous siphonaceous alga. (A, C, E, F, G, H, K, M1, M2, from from Engler and Prantl, Pflanzenfamilien, by permission of Wilhelm Engelmann; B1, N, from Vines, Student's Text Book of Botany, ...

Google previewDictionary of Stem Cells, Regenerative Medicine, and Translational Medicine (2017)

by Frank J. Dye

Acetabularia a large, marine, single‐celled, green algae used in classical experiments to gather evidence that the nucleus provides the information determining phenotype. Dictionary of Stem Cells, Regenerative Medicine and Translational ...

Google previewDictionary of DNA and Genome Technology (2012)

by Paul Singleton

Acetabularia (P) Acinetobacter (B) Aeromonas < B> Agrobacterium (B) Agropyron (P) Albugo (F) Alcaligenes (B) Alle (Bd) Allomyces ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1910)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information

Acetabularia (1869), &c. De Bary seems to have held aloof ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Rhyming Dictionary (2002)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

\ar-e\ see arry3 aria \er-e-э\ area, Beria, feria, kerria, varia Bavaria, Bulgaria, hysteria, malaria, planaria, Samaria adularia, Carpentaria, cineraria, fritillaria, laminaria, luminaria, militaria, sanguinaria calceolaria, opera seria acetabularia arial ...

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Acetabularia marina at Flamingo, Syphonales

Pennycamp mangroves and coral

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