Radiolaria

NOUN
  1. marine protozoa
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How To Use Radiolaria In A Sentence

  • To obtain a precise stratigraphic range for the radiolarian fauna, biostratigraphic analysis on the co-occurring microfossils, conodonts, chitinozoans, and graptolites, was also carried out.
  • Sedimentation characterized by radiolarian-bearing red mudrocks is typical of the interval between the sulphide layer and the flysch of the Culm.
  • The discovery of the radiolarian fossils has great significance for the stratigraphic division and correlation of the Triassic and study of tectonic evolution in the northern Qiangtang area.
  • This contradiction cannot be resolved at present due to a lack of Cambrian radiolarian studies, which are needed to provide chronostratigraphic corroboration.
  • Now, he and his team at the University of Bielefeld, Germany, inspired by the microscopic marine organism, radiolaria, are building shell-like structures that might one day form the building blocks of such devices.
  • These zooxanthellae may be found in many marine invertebrates, including sponges, corals, jellyfish, and flatworms, as well as within protists, such as ciliates, foraminiferans, and colonial radiolarians.
  • Calcareous oozes are common in the low and mid-latitudes while in other places, particularly the high latitudes, radiolarian oozes tend to dominate.
  • Between 1859 and 1866, he worked on many ‘invertebrate’ groups, including radiolarians, poriferans and annelids (segmented worms).
  • The sequence includes tuffaceous sandstone, andesitic sandstone and radiolarian chert.
  • At the present time there are a number of divergent opinions concerning the paleoecology of radiolarians.
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