Definición de Metazoa en inglés:

Metazoa

Silabificación: Met·a·zo·a
Pronunciación: /ˌmetəˈzōə
 
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sustantivo

Zoology
1A major division of the animal kingdom that comprises all animals other than protozoans and sponges. They are multicellular animals with differentiated tissues.
  • Subkingdom Metazoa, kingdom Animalia
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  • Not only Metazoa, but other multicellular clades such as Fungii and Metaphyta, must also be organized so that their basic body parts-differentiated cell types-are assembled into a hierarchy of functional associations.
  • Now, based on the study with protein molecules, Fungi are regarded as the nearest-neighbor kingdom of the Metazoa, a conclusion which is supported by others.
  • Belt desmosomes are the constituent character of the Epitheliazoa, the next higher taxon above the Porifera within the Metazoa, comprising the taxa Placozoa and Eumetazoa.
1.1 (metazoa) Animals of the Metazoa division.

Origen

modern Latin (plural), from meta- (expressing change) + zōia (plural of zōion 'animal').

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