Hindgut
Hindgut Hind"gut`, n. [Hind, a. + gut.] (Anat.) The posterior part of the alimentary canal, including the rectum, and sometimes the large intestine also. [1913 Webster]

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  • hindgut — or hind gut [hīnd′gut΄] n. 1. the hindmost part of the embryonic alimentary canal, from which part of the colon is formed 2. the posterior part of the digestive tract of arthropods …   English World dictionary

  • hindgut — [Martin, 2005]. See: proctodeum [McLaughlin, 1980]. (Order Cladocera): Short posteriormost section of digestive tract between midgut and anus; may be associated with single ventral cecum. (Syn. rectum) [Stachowitsch, 1992]. (Order Notostraca):… …   Crustacea glossary

  • Hindgut — Infobox Embryology Name = PAGENAME Latin = GraySubject = 241 GrayPage = 1101 Caption = Profile view of a human embryo estimated at twenty or twenty one days old. (Hindgut labeled at lower left.) Caption2 = Primitive kidney and bladder, from a… …   Wikipedia

  • hindgut — noun Date: 1878 the posterior part of the alimentary canal; also intestine …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hindgut — posterior part of the gut that includes the intestine and rectal area …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • hindgut — /huynd gut /, n. 1. Zool. a. the last portion of the vertebrate alimentary canal, between the cecum and the anus, involved mainly with water resorption and with the storage and elimination of food residue; the large intestine. b. the posterior… …   Universalium

  • hindgut — noun The caudal part of the alimentary canal of an embryo, including the colon and the rectum …   Wiktionary

  • hindgut — 1. The caudal or terminal part of the embryonic gut. 2. Descending and sigmoid colon, rectum and anal canal; some include entire large intestine. SYN …   Medical dictionary

  • hindgut — n. rear section of the alimentary canal (Anatomy) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • hindgut — n. the back part of the embryonic gut, which gives rise to part of the large intestine, the rectum, bladder, and urinary ducts. See also: cloaca …   The new mediacal dictionary

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