Definition of Coelenterates

1. Noun. (plural of coelenterate) ¹

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Definition of Coelenterates

1. coelenterate [n] - See also: coelenterate

Lexicographical Neighbors of Coelenterates

coefficient of relationship
coefficient of self induction
coefficient of variation
coefficient of viscosity
coelenterate family
coelenterate genus
coelenterates (current term)
coeliac (lymphatic) plexus
coeliac (nervous) plexus
coeliac artery
coeliac axis
coeliac branches of vagus nerve
coeliac disease
coeliac ganglia
coeliac glands
coeliac lymph nodes
coeliac plexus

Literary usage of Coelenterates

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Senescence and Rejuvenescence by Charles Manning Child (1915)
"AGAMIC REPRODUCTION AND REJUVENESCENCE IN coelenterates Among the coelenterates only the fresh-water hydra and one species of the colonial hydroids have ..."

2. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (U.S.), Wild Flower Preservation Society of America (1907)
"something like twenty species of hydroids'have been taken at varying depths; the coelenterates are represented by the sea anemone and a number of species of ..."

3. The Student, and Intellectual Observer (1868)
"The coelenterates exhibit a radiate arrangement of their parts, ... The coelenterates do not possess an anus; the Infusoria commonly have one. ..."

4. Studies in Zoology: An Introduction to the Study of Animals for Secondary by James Andrew Merrill (1902)
"... coelenterates SEA ANEMONE Metridium sp. Observe the shape and general contour of the body. Distinguish between the upper and lower disks. ..."

5. The Evolution of Sex by Patrick Geddes, John Arthur Thomson (1908)
"Except in the lowest invertebrates, the sponges and coelenterates, the reproductive elements almost always arise in connection with the middle layer ..."

6. The Spermatogenesis of Hydra by Elliot Rowland Downing (1905)
"Bibliography of the sex cells in coelenterates. Those papers given below dealing with spermatogenesis are nearly all concerned only with determining the ..."

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