Definition of Plastrons

1. Noun. (plural of plastron) ¹



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Definition of Plastrons

1. plastron [n] - See also: plastron

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Plastrons

plastochromenol-8
plastocyanin
plastocyanins
plastogamy
plastoglobule
plastoglobuli
plastography
plastome
plastoquinol-plastocyanin oxidoreductase
plastoquinone
plastoquinone-9
plastoquinones
plastral
plastre
plastron
plastrons (current term)
plastrum
plastrums
plasty
plat
plat du jour
platable
platan
platane
platanes
platanist
platanna
platannas
platans
platanus

Literary usage of Plastrons

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1. The Reptile Book: A Comprehensive, Popularised Work on the Structure and by Raymond Lee Ditmars (1907)
"... Turtles with Divided, Hinged plastrons—Descriptions of the Species—Their Habits. IN the consideration of the genera Emys and ..."

2. Synopsis of the Decisions of the Treasury Department on the Construction of by United States Dept. of the Treasury, Dept. of the Treasury, United States (1896)
"... are small pieces of embroidery designed to be used as ornaments for women's dresses. The testimony shows that the sample plastrons and ..."

3. Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York by New York Academy of Sciences (1867)
"The vibratile chords which bind the plastrons resemble the chords of the ... The chords do not extend simply on the edge of the plastrons ; towards the oral ..."

4. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences by California Academy of Sciences (1876)
"The combinations of the plastrons and fascicles, with the shape of the test and petals, are the principii! characters used in distinguishing the subfamilies ..."

5. Godey's Magazine by Louis Antoine Godey, Sarah Josepha Buell Hale (1896)
"There are plastrons of sable or marten on jackets and paletots, the tails serving as fringe. Toques and capotes are bound with fur and trimmed with animals' ..."

6. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1920)
"The lesions consisted of areas of induration in the peritoneum—actual peritoneal plastrons; these caused symptoms for a time but finally resorbed of ..."

7. The Reptile Book: A Comprehensive, Popularised Work on the Structure and by Raymond Lee Ditmars (1907)
"... Turtles with Divided, Hinged plastrons—Descriptions of the Species—Their Habits. IN the consideration of the genera Emys and ..."

8. Synopsis of the Decisions of the Treasury Department on the Construction of by United States Dept. of the Treasury, Dept. of the Treasury, United States (1896)
"... are small pieces of embroidery designed to be used as ornaments for women's dresses. The testimony shows that the sample plastrons and ..."

9. Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York by New York Academy of Sciences (1867)
"The vibratile chords which bind the plastrons resemble the chords of the ... The chords do not extend simply on the edge of the plastrons ; towards the oral ..."

10. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences by California Academy of Sciences (1876)
"The combinations of the plastrons and fascicles, with the shape of the test and petals, are the principii! characters used in distinguishing the subfamilies ..."

11. Godey's Magazine by Louis Antoine Godey, Sarah Josepha Buell Hale (1896)
"There are plastrons of sable or marten on jackets and paletots, the tails serving as fringe. Toques and capotes are bound with fur and trimmed with animals' ..."

12. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1920)
"The lesions consisted of areas of induration in the peritoneum—actual peritoneal plastrons; these caused symptoms for a time but finally resorbed of ..."

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