Definition of Biramose
1. biramous [adj] - See also: biramous
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Literary usage of Biramose
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1. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1903)
"In the Merostomata the post-cephalic or trunk (abdominal) limbs biramose and adapted for swimming ..."
2. Text-book of the Embryology of Invertebrates by Eúgen Korschelt, Karl Heider, Edward Laurens Mark, William McMichael Woodworth, Matilda Bernard, Martin Fountain Woodward (1899)
"The long body moves by means of six pairs of biramose limbs, which correspond ... In the shape of its biramose limbs, as well as in the presence of branched ..."
3. The English Cyclopaedia by Charles Knight (1870)
"I. Feet biramose. A. With antennae and tentacles, a. Branchiae pinnatifid . . b. ... B. Feet biramose 2. Nereis . II. Body forming two regions. ..."
4. A Manual of the Common Invertebrate Animals: Exclusive of Insects by Henry Sherring Pratt (1916)
"... thorax of 4 segments; fifth pair of legs biramose; first antennae not as long as the body: Gulf stream, off New England, a widely spread species. 2. ..."
5. Journal of the New York Entomological Society by New York Entomological Society (1904)
"Antenna! joints three to ten biramose, last joint of maxillary palpi subequal to the ... Antenna! joints four to ten biramose. Prothorax as long as wide, ..."
6. The Evolution Theory by August Weismann (1904)
"Au, the frontal eye ; /, first pairof limbs, corresponding to the future antennae ; // and HI, two biramose swimming appendages. connexion it is worthy of ..."
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