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cap·i·tel·lum

 (kăp′ĭ-tĕl′əm)
n. pl. cap·i·tel·la (-tĕl′ə) Anatomy
The rounded protuberance at the lower end of the humerus that articulates with the radius.

[Late Latin, diminutive of Latin caput, capit-, head; see kaput- in Indo-European roots.]

capitellum

(ˌkæpɪˈtɛləm)
n, pl -la (-lə)
(Anatomy) anatomy an enlarged knoblike structure at the end of a bone that forms an articulation with another bone; capitulum
[C19: from Latin, diminutive of capitulum]
Translations

cap·i·tel·lum

n. capitelum.
1. bulbo de un pelo;
2. parte del húmero.
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Ajao EA, Fagade SO (1990) The Ecology of Capitella capitata in Lagos Lagoon.
CAPITELLIDAE Capitella capitata COSSURIDAE Cossura longocirrata DORVILLEIDAE Schistomeringos sp.
Hydrodynamic enhancement of larval settlement in the bivalve Mulinia laterals (Say) and the polychaete Capitella sp.
La familia Capitellidae se presento con tres especies: Notodasus sp con 10 individuos, Leiochrides sp con uno y Capitella capitata con 311 siendo la especie con mayor presencia.
Crassula capitella thyrsiflora 'Campfire' (front row in large photo), 'Elijah Blue' fescue (second row and bottom left), and silver-blue Senecio (third row) are accented by a deep burgundy Caribbean copper plant.
X X Polychaeta Aglaophamus carnivore X X X X neotenus (Noyes) Ancistrosyllis carnivore X X Groenlandica (Mcintosh) Apistobranchus deposit-feeder X X Tullbergi (Levinsen) Capitella capitata deposit-feeder X (Fabricius) Cossura deposit-feeder X X Longocirrata (Webster & Benedict) Enipo sp.
The 10 top dominant species were Prionospio heterobranchia (331), Chone infundiliformis (295), Mediomastus californiensis (264), Cossura candida (236), Scoletoma crassidentata (222), Exogone lourei (206), Capitella capitata (147), Armandia brevis (130), Neanthes arenaceodentata (121), Chone mollis (117).
Capitella capitata comprised 19 percent of the total, Heteromastastus filiformis eight percent, Glycera dibranchiata three percent, and a single Phyllodace arenae.
Forbes (1989) measured a break in the allometry of throughput rate ([approximately equal to] egestion rate) for juveniles of Capitella sp.
In a project undertaken with Lisa Levin (a former WHOI Postdoctoral Fellow now at Scripps Institution of Oceanography), we analyzed an experiment on two estuarine polychaetes (Streblospio benedicti and Capitella sp.