any marine coelenterate of the class Anthozoa, comprising colonial and solitary polyps and including corals, sea anemones, sea pens, etc.
Also, anthozoic. belonging or pertaining to the anthozoans.
In Allopora the cyclostems resemble the calyces of anthozoan corals.
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any of the solitary or colonial sessile marine coelenterates of the class Anthozoa, including the corals, sea anemones, and sea pens, in which the body is in the form of a polyp
Also actinozoan. of or relating to the class Anthozoa
a combining form meaning “coal,” “carbon,” “carbuncle,” used in the formation of compound words: anthracosis; anthracnose; anthracoid.
a colorless, crystalline powder, C 14 H 12 , obtained from coal tar and having a violet fluorescence: used chiefly as a source of and alizarin, and in the process of measuring radioactive materials. Historical Examples Another trihydroxy-anthraquinone, although not obtained directly from anthracene, must be claimed as a tar-product. Coal Raphael Meldola It is […]
an infectious, often fatal disease of cattle, sheep, and other mammals, caused by Bacillus anthracis, transmitted to humans by contaminated wool, raw meat, or other animal products. a malignant carbuncle that is the diagnostic lesion of anthrax disease in humans. Contemporary Examples As with the anthrax attacks, the disturbing news of these letters is delivered […]
anthracic anthracic an·thrac·ic (ān-thrās’ĭk) adj. Relating to anthrax.
a mineral coal containing little of the volatile hydrocarbons and burning almost without flame; hard coal. Historical Examples East of the Alleghenies the deposits are anthracite, while the bituminous fields occupy the southwestern section of the state.Ed. Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Volume XIV Edwin James The second kind of coal, the sort that is hard […]