Definition of Rhabdome
1. rhabdom [n -S] - See also: rhabdom
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Literary usage of Rhabdome
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology by Museum of Comparative Zoology, John E. Cadle, Harvard University (1891)
"On comparing opposite faces of the rhabdome, it will be seen that the crests of ... In the rhabdome of the lobster I have not found a complicated system of ..."
2. Report on the Lancashire Sea-Fisheries at the University of Liverpool, and by University of Liverpool, Lancashire Sea-Fisheries Laboratory, University of Liverpool Lancashire Sea-Fisheries Laboratory (1907)
"Parkert states that transverse sections show that the rhabdome is composed of four parallel rods, and he further affirms that these four rods are the inner ..."
3. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History by American Museum of Natural History (1919)
"rhabdome prolonged above axial point. Modifications in the Form of ... Modifications of the rhabdome 1. Triad (derived type).—Formed by suppression of ..."
4. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1904)
"There is no connection between the crystalline cone and the rhabdome and the ... The central spindle forms the retinula and the rhabdome is early visible as ..."
5. A Treatise on Zoology by Edwin Ray Lankester (1900)
"... may rotate in the plane of the rhabdome, the amount of rotation being always ... and the rhabdome may vary greatly in size relatively to one another, ..."
6. Biologisches Zentralblatt by Isidor Rosenthal, Georg Thieme (1903)
"Betrachten wir die Anordnung der Teile des Auges im ganzen, so fällt es auf, dass nur die in der Mitte gelegenen rhabdome in der Richtung der einfallenden ..."
7. The Senses of Insects by Auguste Forel (1908)
"Lowne suggests that the rhabdome is not nervous and constitutes a part of ... But the rhabdome, seeing its structure, is incapable of supplying the twice ..."
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