Definition of Septaria

1. Noun. (plural of septarium) ¹



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Definition of Septaria

1. septarium [n] - See also: septarium

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Septaria

septal cell
septal cusp of tricuspid valve
septal defect
septal gingiva
septal lines
septal nuclei
septan
septane
septanes
septangle
septangles
septangular
septanose
septanoses
septapeptide
septaria (current term)
septarian
septarium
septate
septate: divided
septate hymen
septate junction
septate mycelium
septate uterus
septated
septation
septations
septcentenaries
septcentenary

Literary usage of Septaria

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1. The Annals of Philosophy by Richard Phillips, E W Brayley (1818)
"septaria. By Wm. Davis, Esq. (To the Editors of the Annals of Philosophy.) GENTLEMEN, In the Annals for January, page 39, is an interesting paper on the ..."

2. Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mechanics by Thomas Thomson (1818)
"septaria. By Wm. Davis, Esq. (To the Editors of the Aimals of Philosophy.) GENTLEMEN, |jn the Annals for January, page 39, is an interesting paper on Ute ..."

3. The University Geological Survey of Kansas: Reports by Kansas Geological Survey (1897)
"septaria.—The Niobrara group occupies a narrow belt along the border of the Tertiary area and overlies the Bentou. Its total thickness is between 350 and ..."

4. Manual of Geology: Theoretical and Practical by John Phillips, Robert Etheridge (1885)
"They are often oblate elliptical spheroids, and are named septaria. ... septaria are so named from the partitions or septa by which they are divided. ..."

5. The University Geological Survey of Kansas by Erasmus Haworth, Kansas Geological Survey (1897)
"septaria.—The Niobrara group occupies a narrow belt along the border of the Tertiary area and overlies the Benton. Its total thickness is between 350 and ..."

6. Structural and Field Geology for Students of Pure and Applied Science by James Geikie (1905)
"Calcareous and Ferruginous Concretions—septaria, Composite Nodules, Rattle-stones, Fairy- stones, ..."

7. Structural and Field Geology for Students of Pure and Applied Science by James Geikie (1905)
"Calcareous and Ferruginous Concretions—septaria, Composite Nodules, Rattle-stones, Fairy- stones, ..."

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