plumose


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Synonyms for plumose

having an ornamental plume or feathery tuft

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Fixed cheliceral finger strongly recurved, sigmoid, or S-shaped; mesoventral groove absent; both dorsal and ventral flagellum complex setae plumose, moderate sized species Chanbria
Plumose stigmas function more efficiently as traps for airborne pollen than do simple stigmas (Niklas, 1985), and they are clearly advantageous for wind pollination.
Plumose setae like those found in this study on the scaphognathites of the maxillae aid in generating water currents for respiration (Thomas, 1970; Farmer, 1974; Factor, 1978; Ajmal-Khan and Natarajan, 1981; Schembri, 1982), filter feeding (Rubenstein and Koehl, 1977; Cheer and Koehl, 1987), and locomotion (Fryer, 1983).
The size and drag-producing morphology of the plumose setae suggests that they could respond to water flow in the antennular boundary layer.
In some areas of the eyes of more mature postlarvae, the surface of the cornea bears plumose protrusions that are presumably related to the specialized feeding habits of vent shrimps (Segonzac et al.
The appearance of the setae (either plumose or a mixture of plumose and simple setae) attached to the endopod was studied under a light microscope.
Female crabs have four pairs of abdominal appendages, each of which consists of plumose and ovigerous seta.
The once cutting-edge submarine is now covered with white and orange plumose anemones.
The once cutting edge submarine is now covered with white and orange plumose anemones.
They were always fitted with numerous side branches (ribbon-like setules) forming a plumose seta (Fig.
Exopod three-segmented; all segments with outer spinules close to outer bare spine and distally; EXP1 and EXP2 without inner armature; EXP3 with two outer bare spines, two apical setae with outer spinules and inner setules, and one inner plumose element.
6 mm in total), conical and dome-shaped; their bases mostly rounded; marginal crenulations (6-19) massive, penetrate deeply into crown and their tips may branch; flanks of crenulations along their whole length covered by large, massive ramifications; tips of crenulations and ramifications truncated; ramifications of large tubercles bear indentations on their flanks; radial ribs pass from crowns of tubercles onto their crenulations, ramifications and indentations, where they form plumose wrinkles; large microtubercles (up to 12) situated on the upper side of marginal crenulations.
1C) slightly longer than wide [111 (105-120) x 99 (90-110) [micro]m], with 6 plumose setae (seta I absent) and short row of setules along inner margin.
Sedimentary and structural features such as scouring surfaces, cross beddings and plumose markings are noticed in the Dhok Pathan Formation.