Definition of Radulae

1. radula [n] - See also: radula



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Radulae

radix ventralis
radix vestibularis
radixes
radixin
radome
radomes
radon
radon daughters
radon seed
radonproof
radons
radovanite
rads
radtkeite
radulae (current term)
radular
radulas
radulate
raduliform
radun
radura
radwaste
radwastes
radzimir
radzimire
raetam
raf
raf permease
rafale

Literary usage of Radulae

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1. The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley by Thomas Henry Huxley, Michael Foster (1898)
"The dentigerous plate is the " lamina radulae," its expanded portion the " orbis radulae." What I have called the buccal cartilages are his ..."

2. The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley by Thomas Henry Huxley, Michael Foster (1898)
"... far as I can comprehend them, he appears to consider that the " lamina radulae " acts as a sort of elastic file pushed from behind by a special muscle, ..."

3. Structural and Systematic Conchology: An Introduction to the Study of the by George Washington Tryon (1882)
"Poli was one of the first to figure the radulae of cephalopods, gastropods and Chiton; then Savigny in his Zoology of the Description de 1'Egypte. ..."

4. Handbook of Invertebrate Zoology: For Laboratories and Seaside Work by William Keith Brooks (1882)
"The ten epiphyses, articulating with the ends of the radulae. (v. ... The groove or joint along the upper edge, for articulation with the radulae. FIG. 42. ..."

5. The Provincetown Book by Nancy W Paine Smith (1922)
"Both are blind, and burrow in the sand for food, living upon dead fish or animals of shells which they bore with their radulae, or lingual ribbons, ..."

6. The Provincetown Book by Nancy W. Paine Smith (1922)
"Both are blind, and burrow in the sand for food, living upon dead fish or animals of shells which they bore with their radulae, or lingual ribbons, ..."

7. The Cambridge Natural History by Arthur Everett Shipley, Sidney Frederic Harmer (1895)
"HM Gwatkin, who has always been ready to give me the run of his cabinets, which probably contain the finest series of radulae in the world. ..."

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