Definition of Septa
1. Noun. (plural of septum) ¹
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Definition of Septa
1. septum [n] - See also: septum
Medical Definition of Septa
1. Plural of septum. Origin: L. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Septa
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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"The chief fact» »Uich it is important to know about the development and arrangement of the septa are the following, taking the generally received v. ..."
2. Encyclopaedia Britannica, a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and edited by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"in the other quadrants the youngest septa He nearest to the alar septa. This arrangement, however, is by no means characteristic even of the ..."
3. The coral Siderastrea radians and its postlarval development by J[ames] E[dwin] Duerden (1904)
"True theca marks the Anlagen of new septa, as von Koch and Bourne have shown, or occurs in calices where the septa are distant from one another and their ..."
4. The Journal of the Linnean Society by Linnean Society of London (1906)
"In the large scar on the lower surface of the disc, thirty-six septa, corresponding to the thirty-six costae, and a central ..."
5. The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied Sciences by Newton Horace Winchell (1897)
"How the first few minor septa are introduced is not certainly known to me be- ... Their appearance later is not in the same manner a? the major septa as was ..."
6. Reports ... 2d Series by International Labour Office, United States Tariff Commission (1915)
"The septa are thin and numerous. Thirty-four reach to the center and there are an equal number of secondary septa, almost as long. One of the primary septa ..."
7. Sketches of Creation: A Popular View of Some of the Grand Conclusions of the by Alexander Winchell (1870)
"47) ; next came those with simple septa and coiled shells ... 50) ; lastly appeared those with foliated or very complicated septa, Pig. 52. ..."