Radiolaria


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Noun1.Radiolaria - marine protozoaRadiolaria - marine protozoa      
animal order - the order of animals
Actinopoda, subclass Actinopoda - heliozoans; radiolarians
radiolarian - protozoa with amoeba-like bodies and radiating filamentous pseudopods
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The latter ones are found in various rocks, radiolaria, diatoms, sponges, and kieselguhr, among others, whereas crystalline forms occur only in rocks.
ORGANISMOS/MES Mar Abr May RADIOLARIA Radiolarios CNIDARIA Medusa 234 167 400 ANNELIDA Oligoquetos Larvas de poliquetos 100 67 COPEPODA Acartia (Acanthacartia) tonsa Dana, 1849 3566 3100 1899 Nannocalanus minor (Claus, 1863) 4099 1367 Paracalanus quasimodo Bowman, 1971 834 Paracalanus aculeatus Giesbrecht, 1888 367 Temora turbinata (Dana, 1849) 200 Oithona nana Giesbrecht, 1892 2033 234 Oithona sp.
Radiolaria, Heliozoa, Foraminifera, Ciliophora, Cnidaria, Ctenophora, Platyhelminthes, Nemertea, Rotifera and Mollusca.
Among the holoplankton; copepoda, appendicularia, chaetognatha, doliolida, medusae, pteropoda, salpidae and siphonophora were encountered in every season, amphipoda was encountered in spring and winter, cumacea was encountered in winter, foraminifera was encountered in summer, autumn and winter, heteropoda and ostracoda was encountered in spring, autumn and winter, and radiolaria was encountered in spring and winter.
In the Cutri Formation they have been observed to occur alongside other faunal remains characteristic of deep water environments such as radiolaria (Abbots, 1989) and planktonic fauna.
Down, the filigraic radiolaria spines combed from the briny womb they whirled in, skeletons like radiant spheres or suns.
On Earth, biomineral educations meet at Radiolaria, Coccolithaceae, Diatoms, Sponges, and also at all vertebrate animals.
Ishiga, "Follicucullus (permian radiolaria) from the Maizuru group in the Maizuru belt, southwest Japan," Earth Science, vol.
Bioclasts are composed of benthic foraminifera, various-sized bivalve fragments, radiolaria, echinoid fragments, bryozoa and pelagic fossils.
Acquisition of genome information from single-celled unculturable organisms (radiolaria) by exploiting genome profiling (GP).