chloragogen

adjective
chlor·​a·​go·​gen | \¦klōrə¦gōjən, -ōgən\
variants: or chloragogue \ ˈklōrəˌgäg \

Definition of chloragogen 

: of, relating to, or being certain cells that line the outer surface of the alimentary tract in earthworms and other annelids and are believed to function in excretion and waste storage

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History and Etymology for chloragogen

chloragogen, from chlor- + Greek agōgos leading (from agein to lead) + English -en; chloragogue, from chlor- + Greek agōgos

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