Definition of strobila
: a linear series of similar animal structures (such as the proglottids of a tapeworm) produced by budding
Origin and Etymology of strobila
New Latin, from Greek strobilē plug of lint shaped like a pinecone, from strobilos pinecone
First Known Use: circa 1864See Words from the same year
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