Definition of Rhabdomes
1. rhabdome [n] - See also: rhabdome
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rhabdomes
Literary usage of Rhabdomes
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 page 96 he admits that the layer in which he supposed the rhabdomes originated may be a layer of nerve- fibres. Granting this interpretation, it is no ..."
2. A Manual of Zoology by Richard Hertwig (1912)
"The outer granules are the nuclei of the extremely slender epithelial cells which bear the rhabdomes (rods and cones) on their peripheral ends. ..."
3. A Text-book of the Principles of Animal Histology by Ulric Dahlgren, William Allison Kepner (1908)
"Fine nerve fibrils have been detected in the rhabdomes of ... Over the expanded ends of the rhabdomes lies the end of the lens. This is composed of several ..."
4. A Manual of Zoology by Richard Hertwig (1902)
"retinal cells; C, capsule of eye ; 7, rhabdomes of Inverted eye. ... Behind the rhabdomes comes a layer of strongly iridescent cells, the tapetum lucidum. ..."
5. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1903)
"A transverse section, showing the rosette-like appearance of the rhabdomes and ... where Oudemans ('87) described six. eye showing the rhabdomes and ..."
6. A Treatise on Zoology by Edwin Ray Lankester (1906)
"The retina really consists of a single layer of cells surmounted by rods or rhabdomes, but the latter are extremely long, so that the retina is very thick. ..."
7. A Laboratory Manual in Elementary Biology: An Inductive Study in Animal and by Emanuel Roth Boyer (1894)
"Observe the elongated angular bodies (crystalline cones) which may be still continuous with spindle-shaped structures (rhabdomes). ..."