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Deutsche Synonyme für Kronenschnecken

Englische Synonyme für thiarids

Lexikoneinträge für thiarids (zoological family)

Family (v. t.) The collective body of persons who live in one house, and under one head or manager
Family (v. t.) The group comprising a husband and wife and their dependent children, constituting a fundamental unit in the organization of society.
Family (v. t.) Those who descend from one common progenitor
Family (v. t.) Course of descent
Family (v. t.) Honorable descent
Family (v. t.) A group of kindred or closely related individuals
Family (v. t.) A group of organisms, either animal or vegetable, related by certain points of resemblance in structure or development, more comprehensive than a genus, because it is usually based on fewer or less pronounced points of likeness. In zoology a family is less comprehesive than an order
Zoological (a.) Of or pertaining to zoology, or the science of animals.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

family practice
family medicine
medical practice that provides health care regardless of age or sex while placing emphasis on the family unit
family therapy any of several therapeutic approaches in which a family is treated as a whole
natural family planning any of several methods of family planning that do not involve sterilization or contraceptive devices or drugs, coitus is avoided during the fertile time of a woman's menstrual cycle
birth control
birth prevention
family planning
limiting the number of children born
basal body temperature method of family planning
basal body temperature method
natural family planning in which the fertile period of the woman's menstrual cycle is inferred by noting the rise in basal body temperature that typically occurs with ovulation
ovulation method of family planning
ovulation method
natural family planning in which the fertile period is inferred from changes in the character and quantity of cervical mucus, ovulation is marked by an increase in mucus that becomes sticky and then clearer and slippery
bacteria family a family of bacteria
Rhizobiaceae
family Rhizobiaceae
a small family of rod-shaped bacteria
Bacillaceae
family Bacillaceae
typically rod-shaped usually Gram-positive bacteria that produce endospores
Myxophyceae
family Myxophyceae
Schizophyceae
family Schizophyceae
former terms for Cyanophyceae
Nostocaceae
family Nostocaceae
blue-green algae
Oscillatoriaceae
family Oscillatoriaceae
blue green algae
Pseudomonodaceae
family Pseudomonodaceae
rod-shaped Gram-negative bacteria, include important plant and animal pathogens
Athiorhodaceae
family Athiorhodaceae
small motile sulphur bacteria
Nitrobacteriaceae
family Nitrobacteriaceae
usually rod-shaped bacteria that oxidize ammonia or nitrites: nitrobacteria
Thiobacteriaceae
family Thiobacteriaceae
free-living coccoid to rod-shaped bacteria that derive energy from oxidizing sulfur or sulfur compounds
Spirillaceae
family Spirillaceae
rigid spirally curved elongate bacteria
Bacteroidaceae
family Bacteroidaceae
family of bacteria living usually in the alimentary canal or on mucous surfaces of warm-blooded animals, sometimes associated with acute infective processes
Corynebacteriaceae
family Corynebacteriaceae
a large family of mostly Gram-positive and aerobic and nonmotile rod-shaped bacteria of the order Eubacteriales
Enterobacteriaceae
family Enterobacteriaceae
a large family of Gram-negative rod-shaped bacteria of the order Eubacteriales
Rickettsiaceae
family Rickettsiaceae
microorganism resembling bacteria inhabiting arthropod tissues but capable of causing disease in vertebrates
Chlamydiaceae
family Chlamydiaceae
Gram-negative parasites in warm-blooded vertebrates
Mycoplasmataceae
family Mycoplasmataceae
pleomorphic Gram-negative nonmotile microorganism similar to both viruses and bacteria, parasitic in mammals
Actinomycetaceae
family Actinomycetaceae
filamentous anaerobic bacteria
Streptomycetaceae
family Streptomycetaceae
higher bacteria typically aerobic soil saprophytes
Mycobacteriaceae
family Mycobacteriaceae
a family of bacteria
Polyangiaceae
family Polyangiaceae
Myxobacteriaceae
family Myxobacteriaceae
bacteria living mostly in soils and on dung
Micrococcaceae
family Micrococcaceae
spherical or elliptical usually aerobic eubacteria that produce yellow or orange or red pigment, includes toxin-producing forms as well as harmless commensals and saprophytes
Lactobacillaceae
family Lactobacillaceae
Lactobacteriaceae
family Lactobacteriaceae
lactic acid bacteria and important pathogens, bacteria that ferment carbohydrates chiefly into lactic acid
Spirochaetaceae
family Spirochaetaceae
large coarsely spiral bacteria, free-living in fresh or salt water or commensal in bodies of oysters
Treponemataceae
family Treponemataceae
small spirochetes some parasitic or pathogenic
protoctist family any of the families of Protoctista
Endamoebidae
family Endamoebidae
a large family of endoparasitic amebas that invade the digestive tract
Globigerinidae
family Globigerinidae
a family of protoctists
Nummulitidae
family Nummulitidae
a family of fossil protoctists
Arcellidae
family Arcellidae
soil and freshwater protozoa, cosmopolitan in distribution
Tribonemaceae
family Tribonemaceae
simple filamentous freshwater yellow-green algae
Laminariaceae
family Laminariaceae
large family of marine brown algae including many economically important large kelps chiefly of northern waters
Fucaceae
family Fucaceae
small family of brown algae: gulfweeds, rockweeds
Euglenaceae
family Euglenaceae
considered green algae
Ulvaceae
family Ulvaceae
sea-lettuce family
thin flat or tubular green algae
Volvocaceae
family Volvocaceae
unicellular or colonial biflagellate free-swimming flagellates
Chlamydomonadaceae
family Chlamydomonadaceae
green algae some of which are colored red by hematochrome
Zygnemataceae
family Zygnemataceae
pond scums: common freshwater algae forming green slimy masses
Oedogoniaceae
family Oedogoniaceae
filamentous green algae
Characeae
family Characeae
green algae superficially resembling horsetail ferns: stoneworts
Desmidiaceae
family Desmidiaceae
unicellular algae
Gigartinaceae
family Gigartinaceae
a family of protoctist
Rhodymeniaceae
family Rhodymeniaceae
a family of protoctist
Bangiaceae
family Bangiaceae
a family of protoctist
Peridiniidae
family Peridiniidae
marine and freshwater dinoflagellates
Eimeriidae
family Eimeriidae
a family of protoctist in the order Coccidia
Plasmodiidae
family Plasmodiidae
malaria parasites
Haemoproteidae
family Haemoproteidae
bird parasites
Babesiidae
family Babesiidae
piroplasms and cattle pathogens
fish family any of various families of fish
Cobitidae
family Cobitidae
loaches
Cyprinidae
family Cyprinidae
a family of fish including: carp, tench, roach, rudd, dace
Electrophoridae
family Electrophoridae
small family comprising the electric eels
Catostomidae
family Catostomidae
suckers, closely related to the family Cyprinidae
Cyprinodontidae
family Cyprinodontidae
large family of small soft-finned fishes, killifishes, flagfishes, swordtails, guppies
Poeciliidae
family Poeciliidae
topminnows
Holocentridae
family Holocentridae
squirrelfishes and soldierfishes
Anomalopidae
family Anomalopidae
a family of fish including: flashlight fishes
Zeidae
family Zeidae
a family of fish in the order Zeomorphi
Caproidae
family Caproidae
boarfishes
Fistulariidae
family Fistulariidae
cornetfishes
Gasterosteidae
family Gasterosteidae
sticklebacks
Syngnathidae
family Syngnathidae
pipefishes
Macrorhamphosidae
family Macrorhamphosidae
bellows fishes
Centriscidae
family Centriscidae
shrimpfishes
Aulostomidae
family Aulostomidae
trumpetfishes
chordate family any family in the phylum Chordata
Amphioxidae
family Amphioxidae
Branchiostomidae
family Branchiostomidae
lancelets
Salpidae
family Salpidae
a small family of tunicates in the class Thaliacea
Doliolidae
family Doliolidae
oceanic tunicates
Petromyzontidae
family Petromyzontidae
lampreys
Myxinidae
family Myxinidae
slime-producing marine animals: hagfishes
Chimaeridae
family Chimaeridae
a family of Holocephali
Hexanchidae
family Hexanchidae
primitive sharks
Lamnidae
family Lamnidae
oceanic sharks
Isuridae
family Isuridae
in some classifications another name for the family Lamnidae
Cetorhinidae
family Cetorhinidae
in some older classifications considered the family of the basking sharks
Alopiidae
family Alopiidae
thresher sharks
Orectolobidae
family Orectolobidae
nurse sharks and carpet sharks
Carchariidae
family Carchariidae
Odontaspididae
family Odontaspididae
sand sharks, in some classifications coextensive with family Carcharhinidae
Rhincodontidae
family Rhincodontidae
small-toothed sharks comprising only one species
Scyliorhinidae
family Scyliorhinidae
small bottom-dwelling sharks
Carcharhinidae
family Carcharhinidae
largest family of living sharks, found worldwide especially in tropical waters, dorsal fin lacks spines: requiem sharks including tiger sharks and soupfin sharks
Triakidae
family Triakidae
small sharks with smooth skins and lacking spines on their dorsal fins
Squalidae
family Squalidae
dogfishes having a spine in each dorsal fin
Sphyrnidae
family Sphyrnidae
hammerhead sharks, bonnethead sharks
Squatinidae
family Squatinidae
bottom-dwelling ray-like sharks
Torpedinidae
family Torpedinidae
electric rays
Pristidae
family Pristidae
large primitive rays with elongated snouts
Rhinobatidae
family Rhinobatidae
primitive rays with guitar-shaped bodies
Dasyatidae
family Dasyatidae
sting rays
Myliobatidae
family Myliobatidae
eagle rays
Mobulidae
family Mobulidae
large rays lacking venomous spines: mantas
Rajidae
family Rajidae
bottom-dwelling tropical rays: skates

 

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