Definition of Planulae

1. Noun. (plural of planula) ¹



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Definition of Planulae

1. planula [n] - See also: planula

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Planulae

plantlets
plantlife
plantlike
plantlike flagellate
plantocracies
plantocracy
plants
plantsman
plantsmen
plantule
plantules
plantwide
plantwise
plantæ
planula
planulae (current term)
planular
planulate
planuloid
planum
planum intertuberculare
planum occipitale
planum orbitale
planum popliteum
planum semilunatum
planum sphenoidale
planum sternale
planum subcostale
planum supracristale

Literary usage of Planulae

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1. The Aquarian Naturalist: A Manual for the Sea-side by Thomas Rymer Jones (1858)
"The progeny of the Medusae while yet planulae should be transferred to a flat vessel some inches in diameter, filled to any height with water. ..."

2. The coral Siderastrea radians and its postlarval development by J[ames] E[dwin] Duerden (1904)
"One, two, or three planulae were plainly visible through the nearly transparent tissues ... At times the planulae would glide into the lower regions of the ..."

3. Circulars by Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University (1900)
"The young are set free from the parent as ciliated planulae, ... The planulae swim about actively on the surface for a day or two, their motion being both ..."

4. Syracuse University Publications: Contributions from the Zoological Laboratory (1905)
"Sections of such planulae show that the bifurcation involves both ectoderm and ento- derm and gastric cavity as well. The fixation of the planula and ..."

5. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1900)
"... as McCrady had suggested ('57), the ova might have developed within the bell of the medusa; and emerged as planulae, for, in more than one collection ..."

6. Report of the Annual Meeting (1853)
"... Polypes are in their young state either "planulae" or solitary naked polypoid larvae ... That both " planulae " and ..."

7. The Aquarian Naturalist: A Manual for the Sea-side by Thomas Rymer Jones (1858)
"The progeny of the Medusae while yet planulae should be transferred to a flat vessel some inches in diameter, filled to any height with water. ..."

8. The coral Siderastrea radians and its postlarval development by J[ames] E[dwin] Duerden (1904)
"One, two, or three planulae were plainly visible through the nearly transparent tissues ... At times the planulae would glide into the lower regions of the ..."

9. Circulars by Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University (1900)
"The young are set free from the parent as ciliated planulae, ... The planulae swim about actively on the surface for a day or two, their motion being both ..."

10. Syracuse University Publications: Contributions from the Zoological Laboratory (1905)
"Sections of such planulae show that the bifurcation involves both ectoderm and ento- derm and gastric cavity as well. The fixation of the planula and ..."

11. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1900)
"... as McCrady had suggested ('57), the ova might have developed within the bell of the medusa; and emerged as planulae, for, in more than one collection ..."

12. Report of the Annual Meeting (1853)
"... Polypes are in their young state either "planulae" or solitary naked polypoid larvae ... That both " planulae " and ..."

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