Definition of Trochophores

1. Noun. (plural of trochophore) ¹



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Definition of Trochophores

1. trochophore [n] - See also: trochophore

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trochophores

trochlears
trochleary
trochleas
trochleiform
trochoblast
trochoblasts
trochocardia
trochoid
trochoid articulation
trochoid joint
trochoidal
trochoids
trochometer
trochometers
trochophore
trochophores (current term)
trochorizocardia
trochosphere
trochospheres
trochus
trochuses
trock
trocked
trocken
trocking
trocks
troctolite
troctolites
troctolitic
trod

Literary usage of Trochophores

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1. Studies in General Physiology by Jacques Loeb (1905)
"Lot 5 (thirteen minutes) had trochophores which did not yet move, and in lot 6 (twenty minutes) and lot 7 (forty minutes) ..."

2. Journal of Morphology by Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology (1892)
"It is barely possible that the free-swimming trochophores of N. ... differ from the suppressed trochophores in regard to the early development, ..."

3. Collected Reprints, 1896-1915 by Frank Rattray Lillie (1896)
"It will be asked, are trochophores never formed in the cultures of unfertilized ... A culture, like 12.1, that contains both trochophores and the ciliated ..."

4. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1915)
"(2) That at least ninety-eight per cent, of the dry eggs form jelly almost ail of which cleave: twenty per cent, become trochophores closely resembling ..."

5. Biological Lectures Delivered at the Marine Biological Laboratory of Wood's (1899)
"... but that the same origin obtains in other well-developed trochophores whose environment differs considerably from that of Amphitrite. ..."

6. Embryogeny: An Account of the Laws Govering the Development of the Animal by Hans Przibram, Reginald Crundall Punnett (1908)
"These embryos developed into free-swimming trochophores containing eight instead ... continue to develop until they produce forms resembling trochophores. ..."

7. Polychaet Larvae by F. H. Gravely (1909)
"... larval Poly- chaets obtained (excepting some of the trochophores of the smaller species, ... and somewhat more conspicuous than in the trochophores of ..."

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