mesotroch

noun meso·troch \ˈme|zəˌträk, ˈmē|, |sə-\

Definition of mesotroch

plural

-s

  1. :  a band of ciliated cells surrounding the middle of the body of a larval marine annelid

mesotrochal

\mə̇ˈzä‧trəkəl, -ˈsä-\ or

mesotrochous

\-kəs\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of mesotroch

mes- + -troch


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