1. pitted with cell-like cavities (as a honeycomb)
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How To Use alveolate In A Sentence

  • Several workers have suggested that the entire alveolate clade is derived from a photosynthetic ancestor.
  • These observations from other representatives of both the chromist and alveolate groups support the hypothesis that the diatom's ability to generate animal-like action potentials was acquired and retained from the ancestral eukaryote protist host. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Ciliates are alveolate protozoa that evolved unusually large cell sizes entirely differently from gregarines, with radically novel consequences for their genomes.
  • An alveolate coordinate system which reflects actual distribution law of shell arrangement was proposed.
  • One of them corresponded to an alveolate sequence belonging to the recently described marine.
  • + permeable conductances have been observed in a heterotrophic dinoflagellate alveolate PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • The Siddall group addressed the molecular phylogeny of three, very similar, alveolate genera.
  • Optimization indicates that the ancestors at nodes marking the divergence of kathablepharids and alveolates possessed ‘conoids.’
  • The spicules of bone, after alveolated parenchyma had been corroded off, revealed the characteristic coral-like branching and angulated bony spicules of DPO.
  • Current thinking in the phylogeny of protists places the dinoflagellates in the Alveolates, along with the Apicomplexa, Ciliata, and Foraminifera.
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