Definición de Gastrotricha en inglés:

Gastrotricha

Saltos de línea: Gastro|tricha
Pronunciación: /ˌgastrəˈtrʌɪkə
 
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sustantivo

Zoology
A small phylum of minute aquatic worm-like animals which bear bristles and cilia. They are thought to be related to the nematode worms and rotifers.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • These are the horsehair worms or Nematomorpha and the Gastrotricha.
  • With the two examples from Nematomorpha and Gastrotricha I aimed to exemplify these interconnections and show gaps in knowledge that are mainly due to the evaluation of nematomorphs and gastrotrichs as ‘lesser known groups.’
  • Furthermore they have several plesiomorphic characters, such as a myoepitheal pharyngeal bulb, comparable to the other Cycloneuralia, especially the Nematoda and Gastrotricha.

Origen

modern Latin (plural), from Greek gastēr, gastr- 'stomach' + thrix, trikh- 'hair'.

Derivativos

gastrotrich

Pronunciación: /ˈgastrətrɪk/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The body cavity nature varies considerably in these phyla, from complete absence of body cavity in the entoprocts and gastrotrichs to the priapulid body cavity that is actually interpreted as a true coelom by some authors.
  • Furthermore, the micrognathozoans have two rows of multiciliated cells that forms a locomotory organ, similar to that in some gastrotrichs and interstitial annelids.
  • With the two examples from Nematomorpha and Gastrotricha I aimed to exemplify these interconnections and show gaps in knowledge that are mainly due to the evaluation of nematomorphs and gastrotrichs as ‘lesser known groups.’

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