plural noun Hol·o·go·nia \ˌhäləˈgōnēə, ˌhōl-\

Definition of Hologonia

in some classifications

  1. :  an order of Nematoda comprising forms in which the germinal area extends the whole length of the gonad — compare telogonia



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Origin and Etymology of hologonia

New Latin, from hol- + -gonia (from Greek gonos offspring, procreation, genitals) — more at gon-

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