Definition of Poriferal

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poriferal

porers
pores
porewater
porewaters
porfimer sodium
porge
porged
porges
porgie
porgies
porging
porgy
porier
poriest
porifer
poriferal (current term)
poriferan
poriferans
poriferologist
poriferologists
poriferology
poriferous
porifers
poriform
porime
porimes
porin
poriness
poring
poring over

Literary usage of Poriferal

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1. A Manual of the Anatomy of Invertebrated Animals by Thomas Henry Huxley (1888)
"It has become clear that Spongilla is a somewhat aberrant form, and that the fundamental type of poriferal organization is to be sought among the ..."

2. Life's Dawn on Earth: Being the History of the Oldest Known Fossil Remains by John William Dawson (1875)
"... as a poriferal one,—the intimate relationship of the two groups, notwithstanding the difference between their skeletons, being unquestionable. " 2. ..."

3. Sitzungsberichte by Naturwissenschaftliche Gesellschaft Isis (1877)
"Hyatt, A., Revision of the North-american poriferal etc. Part II. Boston 1877. 4. Aa 107. Nature. Nr. 400—426. Aa 111. Proceedings of the Boston society of ..."

4. Sitzungs-berichte der naturwissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft Isis zu Dresden by Gesellschaft Isis in Dresden (1878)
"Hyatt, A., Revision of the North-american poriferal etc. Part II. Boston 1877. 4. Aa 107. Nature. Nr. 400-426. Aa 111. Proceedings of the Boston society of ..."

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