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Definition of the noun Amorphina
What does Amorphina mean as a name of something?
Amorphina is a genus of Protozoa, described by Parker & Jones in 1857.
- kingdom: Protozoa
Amorphina is a genus of Halichondria, described by Schmidt in 1870.
- synonym: genus Amorphina
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Porifera
- class: Demospongiae
- order: Suberitida
- family: Halichondriidae
- genus: Halichondria
Amorphina is a genus of Protozoa (awaiting allocation), described by Parker & Jones in 1857.
Phrases with Amorphina
- Amorphina Dubia
- Amorphina Hirta
- Amorphina Caspia
- Amorphina Grisea
- Amorphina Nodosa
- Amorphina Anonyma
- Amorphina Coalita
- Amorphina Connexa
- Amorphina Couchii
- Amorphina Panicea
- Amorphina Isthmica
- Amorphina Massalis
- Amorphina Solidior
- Amorphina Paciscens
- Amorphina Cancellosa
- Amorphina Nigrocutis
- Amorphina Stellifera
- Amorphina Turritella
- Amorphina Renieroides
- Genus Amorphina
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Amorphina
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Genera: Amorphina, Pellina ...
by William A. Colledge, Nathan Haskell Dole, George Jotham Hagar
Genera: Amorphina, Pellina, Eumastia, Foliolina, ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1902)
latest edition. A dictionary of arts, sciences and general literature by Day Otis Kellogg, William Robertson Smith
Examples : Amorphina, O. S. ("crumbi of bread" sponge); Spongilla, Lmk. (" freshwater" sponge) ; Chalina, Bwk. ; Tcthya, Lmk. Order 2. Ceratosa. — The skeleton consists of horny scleres, which never include "proper" spicules, or of introduced ...
by S. J. Herrtage, John A. Williams, Robert Hunter
Genera: Amorphina, Pellina, Eumastia, Folioliua, Tedania, Schmidtia, Plicatella, and Aulotta.
by Sir Edwin Ray Lankester
Examples: Amorphina, O.S. (“crumb of bread” sponge); Spongilla, Lmk. (“ freshwater.” sponge); Chalina, Bwk.; Tethya, Lmk. Order 2 CERATosA.—The skeleton consists of horny scleres which never include “proper” spicules, or of introduced ...
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature ... in Thirty Volumes with New American Supplement
Examples: Amorphina, O.S. (“crumb of bread” sponge); Spongilla, Lmk. (“ freshwater.” sponge); Chalina, Bwk.; Tethya, Lmk. Order 2 CERATosA.—The skeleton consists of horny scleres which never include “proper" spicules, or of introduced ...
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The Rhizopoda, Rotalia and Tertillaria, one sponge (Amorphina), the Amphicteis worm, the mollusc Cardium edule, and various Cardidae, and some Amphipods ( Cumacea and Mysidae), are purely marine; but they are either such forms as ...
The Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1887)
A New Original Work of Reference to All the Words in the English Language, with a Full Account of Their Origin, Meaning, Pronunciation, and Use ... by Robert Hunter
Genera: Amorphina, Pellina, Eu- niastia, Foliulmn, Tednnia, Sehmidtia, Plica- tella, and Auletta.
Genera: Amorphina, Pollina, Eumastia, Foliolina, Tedania, Schmidtia, Plicatella, and Auletta. Distribution, world-wide. From the form of the Renierine sponges, it cannot be demonstrated that they occur fossil. rén-1-or-ine, a. [RENIERIN.
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