Definition of Rotifers

1. Noun. (plural of rotifer) ¹



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Definition of Rotifers

1. rotifer [n] - See also: rotifer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rotifers

rotenones
rotes
rotework
rotgut
rotguts
rother
rothers
roti
rotifer
rotifera
rotiferal
rotiferan
rotiferans
rotifers (current term)
rotiform
roting
rotini
rotis
rotisserie
rotisseries
rotl
rotls
roto
rotochemical
rotodome
rotodomes
rotodynamic
rotogravure

Literary usage of Rotifers

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1. The Beginnings of Life: Being Some Account of the Nature, Modes of Origin by Henry Charlton Bastian (1872)
"TRANSFORMATIONS OF CILIATED INFUSORIA : MODES OF ORIGIN OF rotifers, TARDIGRADES, ... Instances of Synthetic Hetero- genesis. Reproduction amongst rotifers. ..."

2. The Beginnings of Life: Being Some Account of the Nature, Modes of Origin by H. Charlton Bastian (1872)
"TRANSFORMATIONS OF CILIATED INFUSORIA: MODES OF ORIGIN OF rotifers, TARDIGRADES, ... Instances of Synthetic Hetero- genesis. Reproduction amongst rotifers. ..."

3. Report of the Annual Meeting (1867)
"Other rotifers may ave a similar power, as indeed is mentioned by Cohn in ... In this short paper the author observed that rotifers are not common in sea- ..."

4. The Intellectual Observer (1867)
"A STRANGE PLACE FOR rotifers. BY HENRY J. SLACK, FGS, ... The rotifers were numerous and very lively, though apparently stunted in growth by the limited ..."

5. Genetics; an Introduction to the Study of Heredity by Herbert Eugene Walter (1922)
"B. rotifers AND DAPHNIDS It is unfortunate that the rotifers and daphnids, which lend themselves so favorably to breeding experiments, are not as favorable ..."

6. The Medical Times and Gazette (1875)
"The posterior narrower intestinal part usually opens externally into a cloaca! chamber; but, in some rotifers, the alimentary cavity Ua blind sac ; and in ..."

7. The Midland Naturalist: Journal of the Midland Union of Natural History edited by Edward W. Badger, William Jerome Harrison, William Hillhouse (1878)
"The beauty of rotifers and Infusoria seen by this illumination is immensely ... In a few minutes the stomachs of rotifers and the cavities of Infusoria are ..."

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