chlamys


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Synonyms for chlamys

collective term for the outer parts of a flower consisting of the calyx and corolla and enclosing the stamens and pistils

a short mantle or cape fastened at the shoulder

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Genome-wide analysis of DNA methylation in five tissues of zhikong scallop, Chlamys farreri.
They include bivalves Aequipecten, Amusium, Chlamys and Ostrea, and gastropods Cerithium, Conus, Littorina, Monodonta, Turricula, and Turritella.
The Upper Jurassic black rock series in the southern Qiangtang basin, northern Tibet contain ammonites of Aulacosphinctes and Virgatosphinctes plus bivalves including Buchia and Chlamys, that are of Middle-Late Tithonian (Late Jurassic).
Infestaciones importantes, por parte de este espionido, han sido registradas en Argopecten purpuratus (Lamark) [3], Chlamys tehuelcha (D'Orbigny) [12] y Patinopecten yessoensis (Jay) [38].
Use of biochemical genetic markers to discriminate between adductor muscles of the sea scallop Placopecten magellanicus and Iceland scallop Chlamys islandica, Can.
66) Ogden loosely translates the passage as "They wear simple tunics and copes, with felt or fur hats, and they are carrying staffs; apparently the hoods are hidden in the form of the chlamys, a cape associated with the peasantry.
Synopsis of biological data on scallops Chlamys (Aequipecten) opercularis (Linnaeus), Argopecten irradians (Lamark) and Argopecten gibbus (Linnaeus).
Electrophoresis survey of genetic variation in Pecten maximus, Chlamys opercularis, C.
opercularis (Linne, 1789), Chlamys multistriata (Poli, 1795), C.
Mukhin VA, Novikov VY, Ryzhikova LS (2001) A protein hydrolysate enzymatically produced from the industrial waste of processing Icelandic scallop Chlamys islandica.
10) The chlamys is fastened across his chest by two separate straps or chains; it has a border with a more complex and smaller-scale pattern.
Mary Harlow points out that "Barbarian dress" was associated with barbarian characteristics--irrationality and lack of physical and emotional control--and that the replacement by the year 400 of the political toga with the military tunic and chlamys in imperial portraits signals a transformation, not only of Roman masculinity, but of romanitas itself.