Pigmented patch of ecto- ect, Ectoderm.
41, C), where, however, there is a further complication in the form of an adventitious envelope or ectotheca (ect.) split off from the gonophore as a protective covering, and not present in Cladocoryne.
7, ect), which later invaginates to form the inner vesicle of the polypide-bud.
Ect, Thickened part of the ectoderm, which will give rise to the inner layer of the polypidebud.
The ob j ect-glass of the telescope is, of course, attached by its cell to the upper end of the telescope tube.
A, 18 95, P. 415) Corresponded To The Expression Ect, And Differed In Many Essential Details From That Of Griffiths.
The combinations act, ect, oct, uct gave aeth, aith, oeth, wyth, respectively; as in doeth, " wise," from Lat.
Peltier Ef f ect.-The discovery by J.
The lowering of tension, which follows the condensation of the vapour, is then strikingly shown by the sudden precipitation of the water.] Ef f ect of Surface-tension on the Velocity of Waves.