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Pseudoscorpion

ˈs(j)uːdəʊskɔːpɪən

Meanings of Pseudoscorpion:

noun

Another term for false scorpion.

Meanings of Pseudoseptate:

adjective

Having the appearance of being septate.

Meanings of Pseudosiphonic:

noun

A structure resembling the siphon of a mollusc; especially (in some bivalves) a projection of the mantle bearing a groove rather than forming a tube; (in brachiopods) a channel formed by setae extending from the edge of the mantle; (in some fossil cephalopods) a linear trace in the rock which fills the opening of the shell, continuous with the fossilized siphuncle but not part of it.

Meanings of Pseudosopher:

noun

A sham or spurious philosopher; a person who falsely believes himself or herself to be wise.

Meanings of Pseudosophy:

noun

Sham or spurious philosophy; false wisdom.

Meanings of Pseudosphere:

noun

The pseudospherical surface that is generated by rotating a tractrix about its asymptote.

Meanings of Pseudospherical:

adjective

Designating or relating to a surface or space whose curvature is everywhere equal and negative.

Meanings of Pseudospiracle:

noun

A structure or marking that resembles a spiracle but is not perforated.

Meanings of Pseudosporangium:

noun

A structure that resembles a sporangium.

Meanings of Pseudospore:

noun

An encystment of an individual myxamoeba in a cellular slime mould (rare).

Meanings of Pseudostalactite:

adjective

Resembling a stalactite.

Meanings of Pseudostalactitic:

adjective

Resembling a stalactite.

Meanings of Pseudostalactitical:

adjective

Resembling a stalactite.

Meanings of Pseudostereoscopic:

adjective

Of, relating to, or designating a three-dimensional image in which left and right images, and hence the impression of depth, are reversed; = pseudoscopic . later also: of or relating to an apparently three-dimensional image produced other than by ordinary binocular vision.

Meanings of Pseudostigma:

noun

In certain mites (especially oribatids and trombiculids): either of a pair of pits in the integument, each serving as the socket of a sensillum (pseudostigmatic organ).

Meanings of Pseudostigmatic:

adjective

Designating or involving a structure resembling the stigma of a flower in form or function.

Meanings of Pseudostoma:

noun

A former genus of pocket gophers (now called geomys); a member of this genus.

Meanings of Pseudostratum:

noun

A mass of rock resembling a stratum but produced by a process other than sedimentary deposition, e.g. in an igneous rock as a result of parallel fractures.

Meanings of Pseudosuchian:

adjective

Of, relating to, or designating small extinct reptiles of the thecodont suborder pseudosuchia, which includes primitive, often bipedal, carnivores that were probably ancestral to dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and crocodiles, and are known from remains found mainly in triassic deposits.

noun

A pseudosuchian reptile.

Meanings of Pseudosymmetry:

noun

The simulation of a higher level of symmetry (e.g. by twinning) in certain composite crystals.

Meanings of Pseudotachylite:

noun

A dark, fine-grained or glassy intrusive rock resembling tachylite that results from vitrification by frictional heat generated during dynamic metamorphism and typically occurs in faults and veins.

Meanings of Pseudotetragonal:

adjective

Of, relating to, or designating a crystal in which the crystal structure simulates the symmetry of the tetragonal system but actually has lower symmetry.

Meanings of Pseudotetramerous:

adjective

Apparently but not actually tetramerous; (entomology) designating tarsi with five segments which appear as four, the fourth segment being very small and hidden between the lobes of the third; (of a beetle) having such tarsi (obsolete, rare).

Meanings of Pseudotrachea:

noun

A fine ridged food channel on the ventral surface of the labellum in many flies; (also) an air-filled tubule in certain woodlice which resembles an insect's trachea.

Meanings of Pseudotracheal:

adjective

Resembling a trachea; having a series of rings like those of the trachea; of, relating to, or of the nature of a pseudotrachea.

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