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Definition of the noun Ulosa
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Ulosa is a genus of Esperiopsidae, described by de Laubenfels in 1936.
- synonyms: genus Ulosa / Stylaxinella / genus Stylaxinella
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Porifera
- class: Demospongiae
- order: Poecilosclerida
- family: Esperiopsidae
- species Ulosa ada
- species Ulosa angulosa
- species Ulosa capblancensis
- species Ulosa crawshayi
- species Ulosa elongata
- species Ulosa incrustans
- species Ulosa intermedia
- species Ulosa jullieni
- species Ulosa longimycalostylifera
- species Ulosa monticulosa
- species Ulosa pacifica
- species Ulosa plana
- species Ulosa rhoda
- species Ulosa scariola
- species Ulosa spongia
- species Ulosa stuposa
- species Ulosa tenellula
- species Ulosa tubulata
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Ulosa is a genus of Esperiopsidae, described by Laubenfels in 1936.
Phrases with Ulosa
- Ulosa Ada
- Ulosa Plana
- Ulosa rhoda
- Ulosa rubra
- Ulosa arenosa
- Ulosa hispida
- Ulosa spongia
- Ulosa Stuposa
- Ulosa angulosa
- Ulosa digitata
- Ulosa Elongata
- Ulosa Jullieni
- Ulosa Pacifica
- Ulosa Scariola
- Ulosa topsenti
- Ulosa Tubulata
- Ulosa crawshayi
- Ulosa ruetzleri
- Ulosa Tenellula
- genus Ulosa
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by John Claudius Loudon
The Aquilegia gland ulosa is a most valuable addition to our herbaceous plants, and eminently deserving a place in the flower borders in every garden. Lechenaultui formiwa is a most desirable green -house plant, continuing many months in ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chrisholm
POL YMNIA NEB ULOSA). bodies of the schizontocytes. (From Minchin, after Siedlecki .).
by George Crabb
gland'ulosa, Sumach, may be compared to a gigantic ...
Comprehending a Concise View of the Latest Discoveries, Inventions, and Improvements, Chiefly Applicable to Rural and Domestic Economy. Together with Descriptions of the Most Interesting Objects of Nature and Art; the History of Men and Animals, in a State of Health Or Disease; and Practical Hints Respecting the Arts and Manufactures, Both Familiar and Commercial, Illustrated with Numerous Engravings and Cuts in Five Volumes by Anthony Florian Madinger Willich, James Mease
ulosa, Shad; C. cncnm'colus, Anchovy; C. liarengus, Herring; C. sjzrattus,Sprat.
The Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature (1823)
PENIEAmucronata, m _ ulosa, Nine sPecies; Viz. sarzowgaa sq amo a, latcritlora, tomentoa, UCB s myrtoides. C. o G. HOPC- tu219' BLERu'b a fasciculafflgl * Nine species', viz. cricoidCS, czelil; ciliaris- ape law, purpurea, musco a, Pufiufl, gle ...
by James Britten
Ulosa. Pulman. See Eaver. Grass, Fair. See Fair Grass. Grass, Faitour's. See Faitour's Grass. Grass, Feather. See Feather Grass. Grass, Feather-top. See Feather-top Grass. Grass, Fellin. See Fellin Grass (1). Grass, Fellon. See Fellon Grass.
by Franciscans, St. Michaels, Ariz
Phaselia gland ulosa. Iridaceae (Iris« Family).
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
De Winter (Royena ram- ulosa E. Mey. ex A. DC.) English: diospyros-with-many- branchlets South Africa: kritikom, grietjiekom D. rheophytica Kosterm. (Maba buxifolia var. angustifolia Thw.) Sri Lanka: kalumederiya D. rotundifolia Hiern ...
Encyclopedia of Stress: A-D (2000)
In the human gland there are also arteriovenous loops in which blood is apparently carried from the subcapsular arterioles in vessels which sweep down through the zona glomer- ulosa and the zona fasciculata, then loop back to the exterior ...
Being a Voluminous and Exhaustive Hand-book of Medical and Scientific Terminology by John Marie Keating, Henry Hamilton, John Chalmers Da Costa, Frederick A. Packard
Tabes scrof- ulosa. Tuberculosis of the mesenteric glands, with great emaciation and general bodily disorder. Particularly common in scrofulous children. Diarrhoea, fever, emaciation, tumid and swollen abdomen are the usual symptoms.
by John Wesley Tunnell
Barhados Miter 45 hen, car 0-82 389 Mitra noa'ulosa ...
Encyclopedia of Entomology (2008)
by John L. Capinera
nod- ulosa Petch in Cuba. Control of several species of ...
Consisting of Words and Phrases Used in Dental Literature and Such Words of the Collateral Sciences as Relate to the Art and Science of Dentistry, with Their Pronunciation, Derivation and Definition by Lovick Pierce Anthony
gland ulosa is purgative, tonic and anthelmintic. Dose, fl. ex., 10 to 60 min. ail'ment. A disease or affection of the body. Ainsworth's rubber dam punch [Geo. C. Ainsworth, contemporary Boston dentist] . An instrument for punching ...
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