Definition of Ammocetes

1. ammocete [n] - See also: ammocete



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ammocetes

ammer
ammers
ammeter
ammeters
ammetre
ammetres
ammine
ammines
ammino
ammiral
ammirals
ammite
ammo
ammobium
ammocete
ammocetes (current term)
ammochryse
ammocoete
ammocoetes
ammodyte
ammodytes
ammolite
ammonaemia
ammonal
ammonals
ammonia
ammonia-lyases
ammonia alum
ammonia assimilation
ammonia borane

Literary usage of Ammocetes

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1. Thyroid and Thymus by André Crotti (1922)
"... amphioxus and ammocetes (larval lampreys) and as the familiar ductless thyroid in ... ammocetes) and in its endostyle form is a digestive gland of great ..."

2. Studies from the Department of Anatomy by Dept. of Anatomy, Cornell University, Medical College (1910)
"5, indicates by outline the thyroid gland of ammocetes, but does not illustrate ... His outline of the thyroid of ammocetes does not conform to that the the ..."

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