Articulata

[Brachiopoda] The Articulata is a class of brachiopods which comprises those with hinged, calcareous shells that generally bear well developed teeth and sockets and a simple muscle system. The name was first applied to this major group of brachiopods by Huxley in 1869, ten years prior to Zittel choosing the same name in 1879 for modern crin...
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Articulata

Ar·tic`u·la'ta (är*tĭk`u*lā'tȧ) noun plural [ Neut. plural from Latin articulatus furnished with joints, distinct, past participle of articulare . See Article , v. ] (Zoology) 1. One of the four subkingdoms in t...
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articulata

<zoology> 1. One of the four subkingdoms in the classification of Cuvier. It has been much modified by later writers. ... It includes those Invertebrata having the body composed of ringlike segments (arthromeres). By some writers, the unsegmented worms (helminths) have also been included; by others it is restricted to the Arthropoda. It corre...
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Articulata

• (v.) One of the subdivisions of the Brachiopoda, including those that have the shells united by a hinge. • (v.) A subdivision of the Crinoidea. • (v.) One of the four subkingdoms in the classification of Cuvier. It has been much modified by later writers.
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Articulata

(from the article `lamp shells`) The Articulata, diverse and most numerous from Ordovician times to the present, were, in the Cambrian, represented by several specialized forms. ...
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Articulata

Articulata is the third great section of the animal kingdom according to the arrangement of Cuvier, including all the invertebrates with the external skeleton forming a series of rings articulated together and enveloping the body, distinct respiratory organs, and an internal ganglionated nervous system along the middle line of the body. They are di...
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Articulata

[Crinoidea] Articulata are the only extant subclass of the class Crinoidea. They are differentiated from the extinct subclasses by their lack of an anal plate in the adult stage and the presence of an entoneural system. Articulata are stalked echinoderms with pentamerous symmetry. The stalk, which consists of numerous disks held together by...
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Articulata

Articulata has four meanings in zoology: ...
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