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Cistula

Definition of the noun Cistula

What does Cistula mean as a name of something?

Cistula is a genus of Pomatiidae, described by Gray in 1847.

Cistula is a genus of Amphipleuraceae, described by Cleve in 1894.

Cistula is a genus of Incertae sedis.

Cistula is a genus of Amphipleuraceae, described by P.T. Cleve in 1894.

Phrases with Cistula

  1. Cistula lorenziana
  2. Abra Cistula
  3. Arca Cistula
  4. Chama Cistula
  5. genus Cistula
  6. Lasaea cistula
  7. Amphora cistula
  8. Anadara Cistula
  9. Pandora Cistula
  10. Cymbella cistula
  11. Sphaeria Cistula
  12. Cocconema cistula
  13. Epithemia Cistula
  14. Syndesmya Cistula
  15. Bacillaria Cistula
  16. Species Abra Cistula
  17. Species Arca Cistula
  18. Species Chama Cistula
  19. species Lasaea cistula
  20. Amphora Cistula Cistula

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Cistula

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Google previewProceedings of the Zoological Society of London (1832). (1844)

The Arca cistula is the nearest allied species to this. Arca CEPOinES. Arca testd subquadrato-ovatd, tenui, ventricosd, ineequivalvi, lateribus angulato-rotundatis ; albidd, fuscescente pallide tinctd, corio corneo ceerulescente, epidermide fused ...

Google previewConchologia Iconica: Or, Illustrations of the Shells of Molluscous Animals (1843)

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The Area cistula is the nearest allied species to this. Species 66. (Mus. Cuming.) Arca cepoides. Area testd subquadrato-ovatd, tenui, ventricosd, inœquivalvi, lateribus angulato-rotundatis ; albidd, fuscescente pallide tine/ d, corio corneo cœru- ...

Google previewProceedings of the Zoological Society of London (1844)

The Arca cistula is the nearest allied species to this. Arca cefoides. Arca testd subquadrato-ovatd , tenui, ventricosd, inaquivalvi, lateribus angulato -rotundatis ; albidd, fuscescente pal- lide tinctd, corio cornea ccerulescente, epidermide fuscd, ...

Google previewGeological Survey Professional Paper (1964)

cistula is a common fresh-water species of widespread distribution. It occurs rarely in this deposit. Length of figured specimen (USGS diatom cat. No. 3410–27 ), 78u. Family EPITHEMIACEAE Subfamily EPITHEMIOIDEAE Genus EPITHEMIA ...

Google previewAnnals & Magazine of Natural History (1844)

The Arca cistula is the nearest allied species to this. Arca cepoides. Arca testd subquadrato-ovatd, tenui, ventricosA, intequivalvi, lateribus angulato-rotundatis ; albidd, fuscescente pallida tinctd, corio corneo cterulescente, epidermide fused, ...

Google previewGlasgow Mechanics' Magazine, and Annals of Philosophy (1826)

THE Cistula is a machine or apparatus whereby little bodies are represented extremely large, and near ones extremely wide, and diffused through a vast space, with other agreeable phenomena, by means of mirrors, disposed by the laws of ...

Google previewGlasgow Mechanics' Magazine (1832)

And Annals of Philosophy

The Cistula is a machine or apparatus whereby little bodies are represented extremely large, and near ones extremely wide, and diffused through a vast space, with other agreeable phenomena, by means of mirrors, disposed by the laws of ...

Google previewOceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review: Volume 38 (2003)

An Annual Review: by Margaret Barnes, R N Gibson, R. N. Gibson

Lasaea cistula is a small bivalve belonging to the family Erycinidae. In the Monterey Bay region of California, Glynn (1965) found this species in the interstices of Balanus glandula and in the holdfasts of Endocladia muricata. Lasaea cistula ...

Google previewRecreations in science; or, A complete series of rational amusement. By the author of Endless amusements (1830)

by Recreations

The catoptric cistula is a machine by which small bodies are represented extremely large, near ones extremely wide, and many other agreeable phenomena, by means of mirrors disposed in a kind of chest, accoiding to the arrangement of ...

Google previewThe annals and magazine of natural history, zoology, botany and geology (1844)

incorporating the journal of botany

The Arca cistula is the nearest allied species to this. Arca cepoides. Arca testd subquadrato -ovatd, tenui, ventricosd, iruequivalvi, lateribus angulato-rotundatis ; albidd, fuscescente pallida tinctd, corio corneo ccerulescente, epidermide fused, ...

Google previewThe London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art, literature, and practical mechanics, by the orig. ed. of the Encyclopaedia metropolitana [T. Curtis].

by Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)

The cistula is a machine or apparatus whereby small bodies are represented extremely large, and near ones extremely wide, and diffused through a vast space, with other agreeable phenomena, by means of mirrors, disposed by the laws of ...

Google previewMonograph of the Genus Arca (1843)

The Arca cistula is the nearest allied species to this. Species 66. (Mus. Cuming.) ARCA cEPoIDEs. Arca testd subquadrato-ot.ata, temui, t:emtricosd, imacquiu. alipi, lateribus amgulato-rotumdatis; albidd, fuscescemte pallide tinctd, corio cormeo ...

Google previewA Philosophical and Mathematical Dictionary Containing... Memoirs of the Lives and Writings of the Most Eminent Authors (1815)

by Charles Hutton

Catoptric Cistula, a machine, or apparatus, by which small bodies are represented extremely large, and near ones extremely wide, and diffused through a vast space; with other very pleasing phenomena, by means of mirrors, disposed by the ...

Google previewA Philosophical and Mathematical Dictionary (1815)

Containing an Explanation of the Terms, and an Account of the Several Subjects, Comprised Under the Heads Mathemetics, Astronomy, and Philosophy Both Natural and Experimental; with an Historical Account of the Rise, Progress and Present State of These Sciences; Also Memoirs of the Lives and Writings of the Most Eminent Authors, Both Ancient and Modern, who by Their Discoveries Or Improvements Have Contributed to the Advancement of Them by Charles Hutton

Catoptric Cistula, a machine, or apparatus, by which small bodies are represented extremely large, and near ones extremely wide, and diffused through a vast space ; with other very pleasing phenomena, by means of mirrors, disposed by the ...

Google previewCyclopaedia: Or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (etc.) 5. Ed (1741)

by Ephraim Chambers

Catoptric Cistula, a machine, or apparatus, whereby little bodies are represented extremely large ; and near ones extremely wide, and diffused through a vast space; with other agreeable phaenomena: by means of mirrours, disposed by the ...

Google previewA mathematical and philosophical dictionary: containing an explanation of the terms, and an account of the several subjects, comprized under the heads mathematics, astronomy, and philosophy both natural and experimental (1795)

by Charles Hutton

Provide a polygonal cistula, or box, like the mukj angular prism ABCDEF, and divide its cavity by diagonal planes AD, BE, CF, intersecting in the centre, into as many triangular cells as the chest has sides. Line those diagonal partitions with ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary (1914)

An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language

cistula: (-lé). [L., dim. of cista, a box, chest: see cist1, chest1...] 1. A small cist; specifically, a reliquary of the shape of a box or casket.— 2.

Google previewThe Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1882)

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

cistula,. s. Optic* : A boit with several sides, lined with looking-glasses, so as to multiply images of any object placed in the box. (Knight.) catoptric. dial,. s . Optics: A dial which shows the hour by means of a piece of looking-glass, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Etymology (1859)

A - D by Hensleigh Wedgwood

Kasken, cistula, loculus. — Kil. G. kiste, kasten, a chest, the dim. of which, kastchen, corresponds to Du. kasken. We have thus three equivalent forms of the root cas, cask, cast, as in the case of the O. Fr. bue, busc, and bust, the bust or body.

Google previewMiddle English Dictionary (1973)

by Hans Kurath

75a: A lokyr: Cistella, Cistula. lpker(e n. (2) Also locar. [From lgken v. (2); also cp. OE löcere, as in löceres weg, Birch Cart.Sax. 3.l0.] la. (a) One engaged in looking, a looker; ~ abouten, one who is all-seeing; ~ oute, one who divines by ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1914)

Cistula (sisti-lā), n., pl. cistula Gle). [L., citadel Box-tortoise (Cirrudo carolina). dim. of cista, a box, chest: see cist1, chest1..] 1. A small cist; specifically, a reliquary of the sha of a box or casket.—2. [cap.] [NL.] In coöl.: (a) A genus of gastropodous ...

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