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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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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.
All 4 of these compounds had juvenile hormone activity, inducing metamorphosis in larvae of the annelid Capitella (Biggers & Laufer 1996, Biggers & Laufer 1999, Biggers & Laufer 2004).
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.
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.
Laboratory studies of the effect of predation on production and the production: biomass ratio of the opportunistic polychaete Capitella capitata (Type I).
Carmela Cuomo, a geologist and benthic (seafloor) ecologist at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, has discovered that larvae of this centimeter-long shallow-water worm of the Capitella genus find and settle into the desolate patches brimming with sulfides by somehow tracking the sulfide molecules that escape into the water.
In front are Kalanchoe /twine 'Fantastic' and spiky Crassula capitella thyrsiflora 'Campfire', a chameleon that's green in part sun, vermilion in full.