Definition of Phylum Bryozoa

1. Noun. Marine or freshwater animals that form colonies of zooids.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phylum Bryozoa

phylosophical
phylosophicall
phylosophick
phylosophie
phylosophies
phylosophy
phylospecies
phylotype
phylotypes
phylum
phylum Acanthocephala
phylum Annelida
phylum Arthropoda
phylum Aschelminthes
phylum Brachiopoda
phylum Bryozoa (current term)
phylum Chaetognatha
phylum Chordata
phylum Cnidaria
phylum Coelenterata
phylum Cryptophyta
phylum Ctenophora
phylum Cycliophora
phylum Echinodermata
phylum Ectoprocta
phylum Entoprocta
phylum Mollusca
phylum Nematoda
phylum Nemertea
phylum Nemertina

Literary usage of Phylum Bryozoa

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1. General Zoology by Arthur Sperry Pearse (1917)
"phylum Bryozoa Bryozoans, or "moss-animals" are usually colonial in habit and resemble hydroids in general appearance. Most species are marine but a few ..."

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