coelozoic


coelozoic
adj. [Gr. koilos, hollow; zoon, animal]
Living in the lumen of a hollow organ, i.e., the intestine.

Online Dictionary of Invertebrate Zoology. . 2005.

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  • coelozoic — coe·lo·zo·ic (se″lo zoґik) [coelo + zoic] inhabiting the intestinal cavities of the body; said of parasites …   Medical dictionary

  • coelozoic — coe·lo·zoic …   English syllables

  • coelozoic — |sēlə|zōik, lō adjective Etymology: coel + zoic : inhabiting a cavity of an animal s body …   Useful english dictionary

  • coelozoic parasite — a parasite that lives in a body cavity …   Medical dictionary

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  • coel- — combining form or coelo also cel or celo Etymology: New Latin, from Greek koil , koilo , from koilos hollow more at cave …   Useful english dictionary


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