Lexicographical Neighbors of Pseudopodal
Literary usage of Pseudopodal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of the Linnean Society by Linnean Society of London (1906)
"The pseudopodal filaments were extremely fine, extended into the surrounding medium to distances often five or six times the diameter of the body, ..."
2. The British Freshwater Rhizopoda and Heliozoa by James Cash, John Hopkinson, George Herbert Wailes (1905)
"8, 11) whilst the anterior plasma expands and takes a fan-shaped outline, clothed with pseudopodal filaments of varying length, the shorter ones mostly ..."
3. Synopsis of the Fresh-water Rhizopods by Romyn Hitchcock, Joseph Leidy (1881)
"Spicules thickly distributed, tangentially arranged, extending outwardly on the bases of the pseudopodal rays, comparatively coarse and slightly bent. ..."
4. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1880)
"... from either external or internal excitation and thereby produce pseudopodal ... observe the transition from the pseudopodal to the total procession. ..."
5. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science edited by Biologists Limited, The Company of. (1865)
"Now, except as regards the length of time occupied in the process, •I do not see any essential difference between this and the action of the pseudopodal ..."
6. A Manual of the Infusoria: Including a Description of All Known Flagellate by William Saville Kent (1880)
"In addition to the two examples figured by him as possessing respectively one and two posteriorly, but not terminally, developed pseudopodal prolongations, ..."
7. The Standard Natural History by John Sterling Kingsley, Frederich Anton Heller von Hellwald, Elliott Coues (1884)
"It is very changeable in shape, and from the extremities of the pseudopodal ... but which lack the pseudopodal appendages which allied those groups so ..."
8. The American Monthly Microscopical Journal by Chas. W. Smiley (1880)
"THE AMERICAN MONTHLY [January, pseudopodal opening terminal. The plasma consists of two different parts—a posterior homogeneous portion with a simple ..."