plural noun
Ho·lot·ri·cha | \həˈlä‧trə̇kə\

Definition of Holotricha 

: a large order of uniformly ciliated euciliate protozoans without adoral zone, usually with a cytostome, and with holozoic or saprozoic nutrition

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Other Words from Holotricha

holotrichal \-kəl \ or holotrichous \-kəs \ adjective
holotrichously adverb

History and Etymology for Holotricha

New Latin, from hol- + -tricha

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