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Their epidermis has secreted a thin covering of chitine, in the tubular worms a leather-like or calcified tube.
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In some specimens of E. Kingii the terga and scuta are firmly calcified together.
I have mentioned under the genus, that in many specimens at the Falkland Islands the scuta and terga were calcified together.
The Scuta and Terga are not calcified together: they are both much elongated.
In some specimens the scuta and terga are partially calcified together.
In C. intertextus the terga and scuta are calcified together, without even a suture being visible on their internal faces.
As long as growth continues the outer layers of this pulp become successively calcified and added to the substance of the dentine.
THE VERTEBRATE SKELETONSIDNEY H. REYNOLDS
This cartilage next becomes calcified, but as yet is not converted into true bone.
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Often the cartilage becomes calcified in places, as in the vertebral centra of Scyllium and other Elasmobranchs.
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Cartilaginous or partially calcified biconcave vertebrae are always well developed; they constrict the notochord intervertebrally.
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