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encyst. To enclose in a cyst or case, common in protozoa
and bacteria for protection.

endopodite. In Crustacea the branch of a biramous append-
age toward the median line of me body.

enteron. The digestive tube, especially the simple tract
of lower animals.

entoderm. The inner tissue lining the enteron or digestive
tube.



168 GENERAL BIOLOGY

entoplasm. The inner, more fluid protoplasm of protozoa.

enzyme. An active substance secreted by a living cell which
has the property, under certain conditions, of bring-
ing about changes in other substances without itself
entering into the composition of the substance which
results.

excretion. Substances produced in the body as the result
of metabolism, which are of no further use to the body.

excurrent. A pore or tube through which a current passes
outward.

exopodite. The outer terminal segment of a biramous
crustacean appendage.

exoskeleton. The external skeleton or shell.



ferment. See Enzyme.

fertilization. The union of a spermatozoon and an ovum.

fibrillar. Composed of fibers.

nbro-vascular. Bundles in a plant composed of fibers and

large vessels through which fluids or gases pass,
fission. A division, usually into two parts; the common

method of reproduction in protozoa.

flagellum. A long, whip-like, vibratory projection of a cell,
function. The appropriate action of any special organ or

part.

G

gamete. A reproductive cell capable of union with another
gamete.

gametophyte. A plant which produces gametes.

ganglion. A group of nerve cells usually forming a swell-
ing in the course of a nerve.



GLOSSARY 169

gastro-vascular. The inner cavity of hydra, hydroids and
medusae which performs both digestive and circulatory
functions.

genital. Pertaining to reproduction or the reproductive
organs. .

germ layer. Any one of the three embryonic tissues, ecto-
derm, entoderm or mesoderm.

giant fibers. A group of large tubes in the dorsal portion
of the nerve cord of annelids. They may represent
degenerated nerve fibers or supporting structures.

gizzard. A muscular stomach in which food is crushed and
ground.

gland. A part or organ for secreting some substance to be
used in, or eliminated from, the body.

glottis. The opening from the mouth into the trachea.

gonangium. A reproductive individual in some hydroids,
covered by an enlargement of the perisarc.

granular. Composed of granules or small grains.



II



hermaphrodite. An animal containing both male and female

sex organs.
histology. The science treating of the microscopic structure

of animal and plant tissues,
homology. Similarity in structure and origin,
hydranth. One of the individual polyps of a hydroid colony,
hydroid. Resembling hydra ; marine, usually colonial animals

of the phylum Ccelenterata.
hydrotheca. The vase-shaped expansion of the perisarc

which covers and protects the hydranth of certain

hydroids.



170 GENERAL BIOLOGY

I

incurrent. A pore or tube through which water enters an
animal.

infusoria. Protozoa found in infusions of organic matter;
ciliate protozoa.

interstitial cells. Cells of hydra which fill the spaces be-
tween the bases of the ectodermal cells.

irritability. Susceptibility of protoplasm to the influence
of stimuli.



labium. One of the mouth parts of insects, the lower lip or
second maxilla.

labrum. One of the mouth parts of insects, the upper lip.

lamella. A thin plate or layer.

larva. The free living young of an animal in which develop-
ment is accompanied by a metamorphosis.

lateral. On or toward the side.

ligament. A tough band which connects one part to an-
other; in the clam the elastic band which unites the
valves of the shell.

M

macronucleus. The larger of the two nuclei present in

ciliated protozoa.

mandible. The hard jaw of arthropods, one of a pair,
mantle. The fold of skin covering the body and secreting

the shell in molluscs,
manubrium. The proboscis or sac-like stomach of the

medusa,
matrix. The intercellular ground substance which separates

the cells in such tissues as cartilage.



GLOSSARY 171

maturation. Process of ripening; especially a stage in the
formation of spermatozoa and ova.

maxilla. One of the mouth parts of arthropods; in verte-
brates the jaw bone.

maxilliped. Foot jaws. Thoracic appendages of the cray-
fish modified as mouth parts.

medusa. The free swimming, sexual individual in the life
history of hydroids.

mesentery. A thin fold of tissue which holds the intestine
in place against the body wall.

mesodenn. The middle one of the three germ layers formed
in the development of most embryos.

mesothorax. The middle segment of the thorax of insects.

metamere. One of the serially arranged body segments or
somites in animals such as Annelida and Arthropoda.

metamorphosis. The striking changes in form undergone
by certain animals in the course of development after
the commencement of a free existence. For example,
the change from a caterpillar through a pupa into a
butterfly, the change of a tadpole into a frog.

metaphase. The stage in mitosis during which the chromo-
somes are split.

metathorax. The posterior somite of the thorax of insects.

micronucleus. The small nucleus or nuclei found in certain
protozoa, always accompanied by a macronucleus.

mitosis. Indirect division during which the nucleus under-
goes complicated changes, and the chromatin becomes
divided into equal halves.

morphology. The science of the form and structure of
animals and plants.

mucosa. Mucous membrane. An epithelial covering which
is kept moist by secretions of mucus, as in the stomach.



172 GENERAL BIOLOGY

N

nematocyst. A stinging cell of Ccelenterates.

nephridium. A much coiled tube serving as a kidney in

annelids and other invertebrates. Typically they are

paired segmental organs.

nucleolus. A small dense spot within the nucleus,
nucleus. The central, usually spherical, portion of the cell

which contains the chromatin.



ocellus. A simple eye of an arthropod.

operculum. A lid which closes the aperture of the shell of

some snails; the covering of the gills of a fish; the

skin which overgrows the gills of the tadpole,
oral. Pertaining to the mouth, opposed to aboral.
organ. A part of an organism capable of performing some

special action which is essential to the life of the whole,
organism. An organized being or living body capable of

independent existence; often the organism is com-
posed of organs.
osculum. The excurrent opening in the sponge through

which water passes to the exterior,
ostiura. A mouth-like opening, as the pores on the outer

surface of the sponge, and the pores in the heart of

arthropods,
ovary. The organ which produces the ova or female sex

cells,
oviduct. The duct or passageway from the ovary to the

outside of the body,
ovipositor. The organ by which many insects deposit their

eggs.
ovum. The egg or female sex cell.



GLOSSARY 173



palp (palpus). In arthropods a feeler, especially the jointed

palps on the mouth parts; in the clam soft, fleshy,

ciliated flaps near the mouth,
parapodium. A fleshy unsegmented appendage of a somite

of annelids,
parenchyma. The soft cellular tissue of plants and animals.

In the fern the pith; in flatworms the soft tissue which

fills the body cavity,
pectoral. Of or pertaining to the breast or chest, as pectoral

muscles, pectoral girdle,
pelvic. The girdle, in vertebrates, which attaches the hind

legs to the vertebral column.

pericardium. The membrane which surrounds the heart,
perisarc. The protective, horny, secreted sheath about

hydroids.
peristome. A lip around the mouth in Vorticella and other

protozoa,
peritoneum. A smooth serous membrane which lines the

body cavity and covers the viscera,
photosynthesis. The process by which starch is manufactured

in green plants, in the presence of sunlight,
planula. The larva of many Coelenterates; it is usually

oval in form and covered with cilia,
plasmolysis. The separation of the protoplasm of a cell from

its enclosing cell wall,
plexus. An aggregation of vessels or nerves forming an

intricate network,
polyp. An organism or a part having a structure similar to

that of the fresh water hydra,
posterior. At or toward the hind or tail end.
proboscis. The long flexible sucking mouth parts of the bee.



174 GENERAL BIOLOGY

prophase. The preparatory stage of mitosis; the period of

formation of chromosomes and spindle,
prosopyle. In the sponge a pore connecting the incurrent

and radial canals,
prostomium. The region which overhangs the mouth in

annelids.

prothorax. The first somite of the thorax in insects,
protoplasm. The living substance,
protopodite The basal portion of a crustacean appendage

from which extend the two distal branches, exopodite

and endopodite.

protractor. A muscle that draws forward,
pseudopodium. A temporary and changing protoplasmic

projection in amoeba and similar protozoa,
pyrenoid. Bright globules embedded in the chloroplasts

of green algae, which function to produce starch.



radial. Diverging from a common center, as the radial

canals of a medusa.

retractor. A muscle which draws parts back,
rhizome. The underground stem of the fern.

S

sclerenchyma. Woody or hard cells in plants which serve
to stiffen and support.

secretion. A substance, made by parts or organs of an
animal, which is of use within the body.

septum. A wall or partition, especially the partitions divid-
ing the ccelom of annelids.

serosa. Serous membrane; a delicate tissue which lines
closed cavities and is bathed by lymph.



GLOSSARY 175

seta. A chitinous spine or bristle in annelids used in lo-
comotion,
sexual. Of or pertaining to sex. Sexual reproduction

involves the two sexes and the two kinds of sex cells,

spermatozoa and ova.

skeleton. The bony framework which supports the verte-
brate body,
somite. A metamere; one of the serial segments of which

an animal like the insect or annelid is composed,
spermatozoon. The male sex cell,
spicule. A small, spine-like skeletal body embedded in

the wall of sponges.
spindle. The barrel-shaped structure of threads in a cell

at the time of the mitotic division of the nucleus,
spiracle. One of the openings to the tracheae or air tubes

of insects.

spirillum. A spiral-like bacterium,
spore. An asexually produced body which gives rise to a

new organism,
sternum. In vertebrates the breast bone; in arthropods

the ventral portion of the exoskeleton of a somite,
stomach-intestine. The posterior portion of the digestive

tube in annelids, with the functions both of stomach

and intestine,
symmetry. Orderly and similar distribution of parts in an

organism,
system. An assemblage of parts or organs essential to the

performance of some particular function.



tarsus. The jointed foot of an insect.

telophase. The stage in mitosis in which the cell is divided,
and the nucleus reformed into a typical spherical form.



176 GENERAL BIOLOGY

tentacle. A slender, unsegmented, tactile or prehensile

organ near the mouth,
tergum. The dorsal portion of the exoskeleton of a somite

in arthropods.

testis. The male reproductive organ,
thorax. The middle of the three divisions of the body of

an insect.

tissue. A group of similar cells having a similar function,
trachea. The windpipe of vertebrates; a branching air

tube of insects.
trichocyst. A sac or rod-like body in the ectoplasm of

Paramecium.
tubule. A small tube,
tympanic membrane. The ear drum or membrane of an

auditory organ,
typhlosole. A longitudinal fold in the intestinal wall of

annelids, molluscs and certain other animals.

U

umbo. One of the lateral prominences just above the hinge

of a bivalve mollusc shell,
ureter. The duct of the kidney,
urino-genital. Relating to the urinary and genital organs,

as urino-genital artery.



vacuole. A globular space within a cell containing a gas

or liquid,
valve. One of the pieces of the shell of a clam; a flap or

fold within a cavity which permits the passage of a

liquid in one direction only.



GLOSSARY 177

variation. A modification, alteration, or deviation from the

typical or usual condition,
vein. A vessel which carries blood to the heart; one of the

ribs in the wings of insects.
velum. A circular membrane that partly incloses the space

beneath the umbrella in medusae.
ventral. At or toward the under or belly surface,
viscera. The internal organs taken as a whole.



yeast. A unicellular, colorless plant which causes an alco-
holic fermentation of carbohydrates.



zob'id. One of the single individuals in a colony of animals,
zobspore. A spore provided with one or more flagella by

which it swims in the water,
zygospore. A spore formed by the union of two zoospores,

or by union of protoplasm from two plants.



INDEX.



ABDOMEN, 110, 116

Acetic acid, 155

Achromatin, 50

Aciculum, 96

Actinozoa, 141

Adductor muscle, 126, 128

Adrenal gland, 30

Alcohol, 155, 156

Alimentary canal. See Digestive

System.
Alternation of generations, 82, 84,

101

Amitosis, 51
Amoeba, 54, 147
Amphibia, 145
Anaphase, 51
Anilin dye, 156
Animal pole, 42
Annelida, 143
Antenna, 112, 116, 122

cleaner, 123
Antheridium, 102
Antherozoids, 102
Anus, 88, 111, 128, 133, 137
Aorta, 32, 128
Aortic arch, 31
Apis, 121
Apopyle, 73
Appendage, 111, 116, 123
Appendix, 147
Arachnida, 144
Archegonium, 103
Artery, 31, 32, 128
Arthropoda, 144
Asexual, 69, 78, 81, 101
Aster, 51
Asteroidea, 142
Auricle, 28, 128
Aves, 145
Axone, 40



BACILLUS, 107

Bacteria, 107

Bast, 100

Bee, 121

Benedict's solution, 156

Bile duct, 29

sac, 29

Bladder, 29, 138
Blastopore, 43
Blastostyle, 84
Blastula, 52
Blood, 33

Borax carmine, 157
Bouin's fluid, 157
Brachial, 32, 36, 37
Brain, 35, 114, 119, 138
Branchiostegal, 137
Buccal groove, 58
Budding, 76, 81, 105



CAECUM, 118, 138

Calciferous gland, 91

Cambarus, 110

Campanularia, 83, 84

Carapace, 110

Carotid, 31, 32

Cartilage, 39

Cell, 45, 50

Cellulose, 161

Centrosome, 51

Cephalopoda, 144

Cephalo thorax, 110

Cerebellum, 35, 139

Cerebral ganglia, 91, 97, 114, 129

hemisphere, 35, 138
Cestoda, 142
Chsetopoda, 143



180



INDEX



Chloretone, 157

Chloriodide of zinc, 157

Chlorogogue, 92

Chlorophyll, 48, 66, 71, 98

Chloroplast, 66, 71, 98

Choanocyte, 74

Chromatin, 50

Chromosome, 51

Cilia, 49, 58

Ciliated epithelium, 39

Circulation of protoplasm, 48, 60

Circulatory system, 31, 89, 93, 113,

128

Cirrus, 95
Clam, 125, 151
Classification, 140
Clearing, 155
Cleavage, 42, 52
Clitellum, 87
Cloaca, 31
Cnidocil, 76
Coccus, 107
Cocoon, 87
Crelenterata, 141
Coeliaco-mesenteric, 33
Co3lom, 28, 89, 92, 96
Crenosarc, 80
Collection of material, 147
Colony, 68, 76, 80
Columella, 134
Columnar epithelium, 38, 41
Commissure, 97, 114, 129
Conjugation, 61, 64, 71, 147
Contractile vacuole, 55, 59, 63
Contractility, 77
Corpuscle, 38
Coxa, 117
Cranial nerve, 37
Crayfish 110, 151
Crop, 90, 96, 118
Crustacea, 144
Cutaneous, 32
Cuticle, 58, 62, 92
Cystic duct, 28
Cytology, 50
Cytoplasm, 50



DEHYDRATION, 154, 155
Dentary, 136
Development, 53, 103
Diaphragm, 23



Digestive system, 90, 113, 118, 129
Digit, 27
! Dissection, 21
Dorsal aorta, 32, 33

root, 37
Drawings, 18
Drone, 124
Dura mater, 35



EAR, 26

Earthworm, 87, 149

Echinodermata, 141

Echinoidea, 142

Ectoderm, 52, 76, 81, 84

Ectoplasm, 54, 58

Egg, 30, 42, 52, 74, 78, 81, 90, 96,

103

Embryo 52
Embryology, 42
Endopodite, 111
Enteron, 76

Entoderm, 52, 76, 81, 84
Entoplasm, 54, 58
Epidermis, 92, 99
Epigastric, 33
Epithelium, 38, 74, 92
Esophageal artery, 33
Esophagus, 27, 90, 113, 118, 129,

137

sEustachian tube, 27
: Excretory system, 88, 91, 114, 119,

129 '

jExcurrent, 73, 127
Exopodite, 111
Exoskeleton, 110, 116, 127
Eye, 26, 95, 116, 121, 133, 136



FAT, 161

body, 30
Feeding, 115, 131
Fehling's solution, 158
Femoral, 34
Femur, 117
Fermentation, 106
Fern, 98
Fertilization, 52
Fibrovascular, 100
Fins, 136



INDEX



181



Fish, 135


Hydroid, 80, 83, 149


Fission, 60, 64


LLydrorhiza, 80


Fixation, 154


Hydrotheca, 83


Flagellated chamber, 74
Flagellum, 69, 74


Hydrozoa, 141
Hypostome, 83


Focusing, 23, 24




Food vacuole, 55, 59, 63




Foot, 27, 117, 123, 128, 133


I


Formalin, 158


ILIAC, 33


Frog, 26, 152


Incurrent, 73, 127


Frond, 98, 99


Infundibulum, 36




Infusoria, 57, 141


G


Injection of frog, 152




mass, 159


GAMETE, 69


Insecta, 144


Gametophyte, 101


Interstitial, 79


Ganglion, 36, 91, 97, 114, 119, 129


Intestine, 29, 113, 118, 129, 138


Gastric, 41, 85, 118


Iodine, 159


Gastropoda, 143


Irritability, 60, 64, 77


Gastrula, 52




Germ layers, 52, 53




Gephyrsea, 143


K


Gill, 43, 95, 112, 127, 137
Gizzard, 91


KIDNEY, 30, 91, 114, 129, 138


Gland cell, 39, 79


Killing reagent, 154, 157, 158, 160


Glossa, 122




Glossary, 163




Glottis, 27


L


Glycerin, 158




Goblet cell, 39


LABIUM, 116, 122


Gonangium, 84


Labrum, 116, 122


Gonionemus, 85


Lamellibranchiata, 143


Grantia, 73


Laryngeal, 32


Grape sugar, 161


Lateral line, 137


Grasshopper, 116, 150


Lens of microscope, 23


Growth, 105, 109, 125


Ligament, 125




Lime water, 159




Liver, 29, 113, 129, 137


H


Locomotion, 77, 114




Lumbar, 33, 36, 37


HAY infusion, 147


Lumbricus, 87


Head, 26,, 95, 116, 121


Lung, 27, 29


Heart, 28, 89, 113, 120, 132, 133,


Lymph space, 28


138


Lyons Blue, 159


Heliotropism, 77




Helix, 133




Hematoxylin, 158


M


Hirudinea, 143




Histology, 38, 92, 99


MALPIGHIAN tubule, 119


Holothuroidea, 142


Mammalia, 145


Homology, 112 Mandible, 116, 122
Honev bee, 121 Mantle, 127


Hydra, 75, 148


Manubrium, 85


Hydranth, 80, 83


Mastigophora, 141



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Maturation, 52
Maxilla, 112, 116, 122
Maxillary, 27, 136
Maxilliped, 112
Medulla, 35, 139
Medusa, 81, 84, 85
Mesentery, 31, 138
Mesoderm, 52
Mesothorax, 117
Metamorphosis, 44
Metaphase, 51
Metatarsus, 123
Metathorax, 117
Methyl green, 160
Methylen blue, 160
Microscope, 22, 25
Midrib, 99
Mitosis, 51
Mollusca, 143
Mounting, 153



INDEX



Mouth, 26, 27, 75, 85, 88, 111, 116, Parapodium, 95



Olfactory, 35, 138
Operculum (opercle), 43, 134, 137
Ophiuroidea, 142
Optic chiasma, 36
lobe, 35, 138
Organ, 45
Osculum, 73
Ostia, 73
Ovary, 29, 78, 90, 113, 119, 130,

Oviduct, 29, 88, 90, 119
Ovipositor, 118
Ovum. See Egg.



PALP, 95, 122, 124, 128
Pancreas, 29
Paramecium, 57, 147



118, 122, 128, 129, 136
Movement, 55, 59, 63, 93, 120
Mucosa, 41

Muscle, 39, 41, 92, 96, 126, 128
Myriapoda, 144



N

XACREOTJS, 126
Xemathelminthes, 142
Xematocyst, 76, 81, 84, 85
Xephridia, 91
Xereis, 95



Parenchyma, 100
Parthenogonidia, 69
Pasteur's solution, 105,1160
Pectoral, 28, 136
Pedal ganglion, 129
Pelvic, 30
Pennaria, 80
Pericardium, 28, 128
Periostracum, 126
Perisarc, 80, 83
Peristome, 62
Peritoneum, 31, 41, 92
Peroneal artery, 34
Pharynx, 90, 96



Xerve cord, 91, 92, 93, 97, 114, 119 Phloem, 100

tissue, 40 Photosynthesis, 71

Xervous system, 34, 91, 114, 119, Physiology, 55, 59, 63, 69, 71, 77,
129, 138 93, 104, 108, 114, 120, 130

Pia mater, 35
Pineal gland, 35, 139
Pinna, 98, 99
Pinnule, 98, 99



Xeural groove, 43
Xormal salt, 160
Xostrils, 26, 27, 136
Xotes and drawings, 18
Xucleolus, 50



, ,
^Pisces, 144



Xucleus, 50, 55, 59, 63, 66, 71, 104 Pituitary, 36
Xutrition, 55, 60, 78, 120, 131 |Planula, 84
; Plasma, 38
Plasmolysis, 71



OBELIA, 83 .
Objective, 23
Occipito-vertebral, 32
Ocellus, 116, 122
Ocular, '23



Platyhelminthes, 142
Pleurococcus, 66
Plexus, 37
Pollen basket, 123

brush, 123

comb, 123



INDEX



183



Pollen spur, 123
Pond scum, 70
Porifera, 141
Premaxillary, 136
Preparation of material, 147
Prismatic, 126
Proboscis, 83
Prophase, 51
Prosopyle, 74
Prostomium, 87, 95
Protein, 162
Prothallium, 102
Prothorax, 117
Protoplasm, 47, 66, 104
Protopodite, 111
Protozoa, 68, 140
Protractor muscle, 126, 128
Pseudopodium, 54
Pteris, 98
Pulmonary, 31, 32
Pyrenoid, 71



QUEEN, 124



RADIAL canal, 74, 85

Rana, 26

Reagent, 155

Recto-vesical, 33

Reproduction, 56, 60, 64, 66, 71,

78, 81, 89, 101, 113, 119, 130, 138
Reptilia, 145
Respiration, 29, 43, 112, 115, 118,

120, 127, 133, 137
Retractor muscle, 126, 128
Rhizome, 98, 99
Rhizopoda, 140



S



SALT solution, 160

Sand worm, 95

Sciatic, 34, 37

Sclerenchyma, 100

Scyphozoa, 141

Segmentation. See Cleavage.

Sensitiveness, 56, 93, 115, 120,

Septa, 89, 96

Seta, 88, 96

Sexual, 69, 78, 81, 101



Shell, 125, 126, 133

Sieve tube, 100

Simis venosus, 28

Siphon, 127, 131

Slides, mounting, 153

Snail, 133, 152

Somite, 87, 116

Sperm duct, 88

Spermatozoa, 52, 74, 78, 81, 90, 96

Spicule, 73

Spinal cord, 35, 40, 139

nerve, 37, 139
Spiracle, 43, 117
Spiral vessel, 101
Spirillum, 107
Spirogyra, 70
Spleen, 29, 138
Sponge, 73

Sporangium, 101, 102
Sporophyte, 101
Sporozoa, 141
Squamous epithelium, 38
Staining, 154, 156, 157, 158, 159,

160
Starch, 46, 70, 161

injection mass, 159
Starfish egg, 50, 52
Sternum, 117
Sting, 124
Stipe, 99
Stomata, 99

Stomach, 29, 41, 113, 118, 129, 137
Stomach-intestine, 91, 92, 96
Subclavian, 32
Submucosa, 41
Sugar, 156, 158, 160, 161
Sympathetic nerve, 36
Systemic arch, 31, 32



TADPOLE, 43

Tarsus, 117, 123

Teeth, 27, 96, 114, 126, 136

Telophase, 51

Telson, 110

Tentacle, 75, 80, 83, 85, 95, 133

Tergum, 117

Testis, 30, 78, 90, 113, 119, 130, 138

Tests for organic substances, 161

Thalamencephalon, 35, 138

Thorax, 116, 117

Tibia, 117



184



INDEX



Tibial artery, 34
Tissue, 38, 45
Tongue, 27, 122, 136
Trachea, 27, 118
Tracheid, 101
Trematoda, 142
Trichocyst, 58
Trichome, 99
Trochanter, 117
Trancus arteriosus, 28, 31
Trunk 27
Turbellaria, 142
Tympanum, 26, 117
Typhlosole, 91, 92



UMBO, 125
Unio, 125
Ureter, 30
Urino-genital, 30, 33



VACUOLE, 55, 59, 63, 104
Vegetative pole, 42
Vein, 34, 99, 117, 123, 129
Velum, 85



Ventral root, 37
Ventricle, 28, 35, 128
Venus, 125
Vertebrata, 144
Vestibule, 63
Visceral, 129
Volvox, 68
Vomerine, 27
Vorticella, 62, 148



WAX shears, 123
Wing, 117, 123
Worcester's fluid, 160
Worker, 124



YEAST, 104

Yolk, 42, 50

plug, 43



Z



ZENKER'S fluid, 160
Zinc chloriodide, 157
Zooid, 80
Zoospore, 67
^ygospore, 72



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