Definition of Echinoderms

1. Noun. (plural of echinoderm) ¹



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Definition of Echinoderms

1. echinoderm [n] - See also: echinoderm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Echinoderms

echinocandin
echinocandins
echinococci
echinococciasis
echinococcoses
echinococcosis
echinococcus
echinococcus cyst
echinococcus disease
echinocyte
echinoderm
echinoderm family
echinoderm genus
echinodermal
echinodermatous
echinoderms (current term)
echinoid
echinoidea
echinoids
echinomycin
echinosis
echinostoma
echinostomatidae
echinostomiasis
echinozoa
echinulate
echinus
echinuses
echistatin
echium

Literary usage of Echinoderms

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1. College zoology by Robert William Hegner (1918)
"DEVELOPMENT OF echinoderms In most of the echinoderms, the eggs pass through ... 150, A) of the four principal classes of echinoderms resemble one another, ..."

2. Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences by Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences (1882)
"THE following list comprises all the species of echinoderms collected or observed on the Brazilian Coast, by Mr. John C. Brainier, the author, ..."

3. The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley by Thomas Henry Huxley, Michael Foster (1898)
"For it so happens that Sars, the only investigator who preceded him in the study of the development of the echinoderms, had not the good fortune to meet ..."

4. The Elements of Animal Biology by Samuel Jackson Holmes (1919)
"One conspicuous feature of most echinoderms is their apparently radial symmetry ... This radial structure led the older naturalists to class the echinoderms ..."

5. Elements of Zoology: To Accompany the Field and Laboratory Study of Animals by Charles Benedict Davenport, Gertrude Anna Crotty Davenport (1911)
"In echinoderms the number of such parts is nearly constant; namely, five (Fig. ... Consequently it is tolerably certain that the ancestors of echinoderms ..."

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