• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Zoönite (Zoöl) One of the segments of the body of an articulate animal.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n zoonite One of the rings, segments, or somites of which the body of a worm, crustacean, insect, vertebrate, or other segmented or articulated animal is composed; a zonule; a metamere or an arthromere of an articulated invertebrate; a diarthromere of a vertebrate: used generically of any segment, to which special names are given in special cases.
    • n zoonite Same as zoöid: a mistaken use of the word.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Zoonite one of the segments of an articulated animal
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary


In science:

When the total mass ZO(N ) (β , x) of WO(N ) is finite, we say that the pair (β , x) is admissible and we can consider the probability measure PO(N ) = ZO(N ) (β , x)−1WO(N ) .
Scaling limits of random planar maps with large faces
Then Z = `O ZO is a finite partition, and ZO is a locally closed subvariety of Z .
Exotic symmetric space over a finite field, II
Now using Serre’s theorem (see for example (Hartshorne, 1977, Corollary II.5.18)) and that every quasi-coherent sheaf on X is the filtered union of coherent subsheafs, we get that ⊕l∈ZO(k) is a generator for Qco(X ) of finite pro jective dimension ≤ n by the previous.
A Lazard-like theorem for quasi-coherent sheaves