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Definition of the noun foraminifera
What does foraminifera mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- lexical domain: Animals - nouns denoting animals
- synonym of Foraminifera: order Foraminifera
- more generic term: animal order = the order of animals
- member of: Rhizopoda / subclass Rhizopoda = creeping protozoans: amoebas and foraminifers
Alternative definition of the noun foraminifera
- A large group of amoeboid protists, of the order Foraminifera, that are mostly marine.
"Foraminifera" is a book by Edward Heron-Allen.
Phrases with Foraminifera
- Bauhinia Foraminifera Falcata
- order foraminifera
- Acasta Foraminifera
- Polynoe Foraminifera
- Bauhinia Foraminifera
- Clathria Foraminifera
- Edilemma foraminifera
- Aulenella Foraminifera
- Uroobovella Foraminifera
- Rhaphidophora Foraminifera
- Paraphysomonas foraminifera
- Species Acasta Foraminifera
- Species Polynoe Foraminifera
- Species Bauhinia Foraminifera
- Species Clathria Foraminifera
- species Edilemma foraminifera
- Parmelia Physodes Foraminifera
- Species Aulenella Foraminifera
- Hypogymnia Physodes Foraminifera
- Bauhinia Foraminifera Foraminifera
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by Claude Nicollier, Roger-Maurice Bonnet
Benthic foraminifera is a component of deep sea biomass commonly referred to as a “bottom dweller”. It resides along and beneath the ocean floor in sediments. Calcareous fossil foraminifera are formed from elements found in the ancient ...
The Arctic Climate System (2005)
by Mark C. Serreze, Roger G. Barry
The second major factor influencing foraminifera is the temperature of the water. For every 1 ◦C drop in ocean temperature, there is a relative enrichment in the faunal debris of 0.02‰ 18O. A correction for this has to be made in order to infer ...
by John W. Murray
The critical threshold for the disappearance of free living foraminifera is the onset of sediment mobility. The precise current speed at which ...
by P. J. Cook, J. H. Shergold
foraminifera is the uncertain extent of diagenesis and the uncertainty of ...
by Ian Shennan, Antony J. Long, Benjamin P. Horton
The loss of agglutinated foraminifera is a widely reported issue for mangrove-based studies, ...
Structure, Form and Process by David Hopley
Foraminifera, Figure 6 Cartoon representation of shape trends with depth in four families of reef-associated larger foraminifers (adapted from Hallock, 2002). it is important to understand when foraminiferal assemblages respond in parallel with ...
by Hanneke(J.)G. Baretta-Bekker, Egbert K. Duursma, Bouwe R. Kuipers
Foraminifera [foraminifer(an)s, forams] order of the subphylum →Sarcodina ( phylum Sarcomastigophora, see →Protozoa), unicellular marine organisms living either on the bottom (→benthic) or floating in the water column (planktonic).
The Micrographic Dictionary; a Guide to the Examination and Investigation of ... Microscopic Objects ... Plates, Etc (1856)
by John William GRIFFITH (and HENFREY (Arthur))
FORAMINIFERA. viewed. The Foraminifera were formerly considered as microscopic Cephalopods. Ehrenberg regards them as belonging to the Bryozoa among Polypes; viewing the several chambers as either inhabited in common by a ...
The oceanic deposits collected by the Challenger expedition were turned over to him for examination, and the contained Foraminifera furnished the material for an extensive monograph, perhaps the most important ever published on that class ...
The popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw from the Encyclopedia Americana]. (1884)
by Popular encyclopedia
Monothalamia — Single-chambered Foraminifera. 2. Polythalamia — Many - chambered Foraminifera. (o) Helicoidea: segments of shell arranged in a convolute ...
by Dr. Stephen H. Schneider, Dr. Michael Mastrandrea, Terry L. Root
The concentrations of the isotopes composing the carbonate shells of foraminifera have been used extensively as indirect indicators of climate. In particular, the quantities of the heavy oxygen isotope (18O) relative to the lighter isotope (16O) ...
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Jewel Beetle (Chrysodema foraminifera)
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Scrabble value of F4O1R1A1M3I1N1I1F4E1R1A1
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