procoelia

noun
pro·​coe·​lia | \ -lēə\
plural -s

Definition of procoelia

 (Entry 1 of 2)

: lateral ventricle

Procoelia

plural noun
\ -lēə\

Definition of Procoelia (Entry 2 of 2)

in some classifications
: a division of Loricata that includes recent forms and some late fossils with dorsal vertebrae mostly concave in front

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History and Etymology for procoelia

Noun

New Latin, from pro- entry 1 + Greek koilia bodily cavity

Plural noun

New Latin, from pro- entry 1 + Greek koilia

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Procoela

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Procoelia

procoelian

procoelous

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