ectoproct

/ek"teuh prokt'/, n.
bryozoan; formerly, one of two broad types of bryozoan. Cf. entoproct.

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  • ectoproct — ec·to·proct …   English syllables

  • ectoproct — noun sessile mossy aquatic animal having the anus of the polyp outside the crown of tentacles • Hypernyms: ↑invertebrate • Member Holonyms: ↑Ectoprocta, ↑phylum Ectoprocta …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bryozoa — Temporal range: Upper Cambrian–Recent[1] …   Wikipedia

  • suranal plate — (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) A heavily sclerotized area on the dorsum of the last abdominal segment; a plate or lobe dorsad of the anus; epiproct; anal plate; see ectoproct …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • bryozoan — /bruy euh zoh euhn/, adj. 1. belonging or pertaining to the Bryozoa. n. 2. Also called moss animal. any sessile marine or freshwater animal of the phylum Bryozoa, forming branching, encrusting, or gelatinous mosslike colonies of many small polyps …   Universalium

  • entoproct — /en teuh prokt /, n. Zool. 1. any of various sessile, chiefly marine, mosslike animals of the phylum Entoprocta (formerly a subphylum of Bryophyta), occasionally solitary polyps but usually forming branching colonies, each individual polyp having …   Universalium

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