hypotheca


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hypotheca

(ˌhaɪpəʊˈθiːkə)
n, pl -cae (-siː)
(Biology) the inner and younger layer of the cell wall of a diatom. Compare epitheca
[from hypo- + theca]
Translations
Hypotheka
하각
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Most of the hypotheca was occupied by the plates 2'" 3'", 4"', and a posterior intercalary plate (1p) (Fig.
The cells are laterally compressed with a small, cap-like epitheca and a much larger hypotheca.
The abbreviations for cell measurements are as follows: Lb--body length measured from the furthest part of the epitheca to the antapex of the hypotheca, not considering appendages or processes (lists or spines); Lt--total length measured from the furthest part of the epitheca or the anterior cingular list to the furthest part of the posterior or posterior-lateral processes or lists; Db--maximum cell body depth measured in its widest part in lateral view, not considering the sulcal or cingular lists; Dt--total depth, considering the sulcal and/or cingular lists.
3-hecate dinoflagellate taxa are primarily defined by the number and arrangement ofplates in the epitheca, hypotheca, sulcus and cingulum, the latter three considered more conservative (Balech 1980).
Unlike the Germans, the Romans had liberalized their secured transactions law considerably and allowed for non-possessory security interests in the form of a hypotheca (as opposed to a possessory pledge, known as a pignus).
Si quis autem contra huius nostrae prohibitionis seriem de bonis et rebus eisdem quicquam alienare praesumpserit: alienatio, hypotheca, concessio, locatio, conductio, et infeudatio huiusmodi, nullius omnino sint roboris vel momenti, et tam qui alienat, quam is, qui alienatas res et bona praedicta receperit, sententiam excommunicationis incurrat.
His training for the priesthood was conducted in antiquated language and concepts - wanting to impress his friend Baillie he listed his present occupation as: 'Emphyteusis, laud-emium, mohatra, antichresis, hypotheca, servitus activa et passiva.
4; si priori hypotheca obligata sit, nihil vero de venditione convenerit, posterior vero de hypotheca vendenda convenerit, verius est priorem potiorem esse .
Cells are subovate, egg-shaped, sometimes almost triangular, with a broadly rounded epitheca and narrowly tapered hypotheca terminating with a strong triangular spine, somewhat deflected ventrally.
Other features such as the areolation of the hypotheca wall are characteristic of only a few taxa (i.
Peridinium quinquecorne Abe is a marine thecate dinoflagellate that bears four characteristic thick spines on the hypotheca (Abe, 1927; Horiguchi & Pienaar, 1991).