Hepato-pancreas

Hep'a·to-pan'cre·as noun [ Greek 'h^par , 'h`patos , the liver + English pancreas .] (Zoology) A digestive gland in Crustacea, Mollusca, etc., usually called the liver, but different from the liver of vertebrates.
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hepato-pancreas

<marine biology> Digestive gland of crustaceans with functions approximately analogous to liver and pancreas of vertebrates enzyme secretion, food absorption and storage. ... <zoology> A digestive gland in Crustacea, Mollusca, etc, usually called the liver, but different from the liver of vertebrates. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ......
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Hepato-pancreas

• (n.) A digestive gland in Crustacea, Mollusca, etc., usually called the liver, but different from the liver of vertebrates.
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