Definition of Phylum Ctenophora

1. Noun. Comb jellies; sea acorns; a small phylum formerly considered a class of Coelenterata.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phylum Ctenophora

phylum Acanthocephala
phylum Annelida
phylum Arthropoda
phylum Aschelminthes
phylum Brachiopoda
phylum Bryozoa
phylum Chaetognatha
phylum Chordata
phylum Cnidaria
phylum Coelenterata
phylum Cryptophyta
phylum Ctenophora (current term)
phylum Cycliophora
phylum Echinodermata
phylum Ectoprocta
phylum Entoprocta
phylum Mollusca
phylum Nematoda
phylum Nemertea
phylum Nemertina
phylum Phoronida
phylum Platyhelminthes
phylum Pogonophora
phylum Porifera
phylum Protozoa
phylum Pyrrophyta

Literary usage of Phylum Ctenophora

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1. A Laboratory Manual for Elementary Zo├Âlogy by Libbie Henrietta Hyman (1919)
"8 8 (9). With eight radial rows of ciliated swimming plates; tentacles, if present, without nematocysts. phylum Ctenophora 9 (8). ..."

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