Definition of Coelomes

1. coelome [n] - See also: coelome



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coelomes

coeliac trunk
coeliacs
coeliagra
coeligenous
coelioscopy
coeliotomies
coeliotomy
coelodont
coelodonts
coelogyne
coelom
coelomata
coelomate
coelomates
coelome
coelomes (current term)
coelomic
coelomic metaplasia
coelomocyte
coelomocytes
coeloms
coelophysis
coelostat
coelostats
coelurosaur
coelurosaurian
coelurosaurians
coelurosaurs
coelute

Literary usage of Coelomes

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1. Regeneration by Thomas Hunt Morgan (1901)
"From this point of view the body cavities, or coelomes, are supposed to have been originally sac-like outgrowths from the digestive tract of an ancestral ..."

2. A Laboratory Manual for Elementary Zo├Âlogy by Libbie Henrietta Hyman (1919)
"The studies which we I1 ;i ve made on the coelomes of the earthworm and the frog should convince the student that this space in the lobster cannot be a ..."

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