Lithocyst

Lith'o·cyst (lĭth'o*sĭst) noun [ Litho- + cyst .] (Zoology) A sac containing small, calcareous concretions ( otoliths ). They are found in many Medusæ, and other invertebrates, and are supposed to be auditory organs.
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lithocyst

<zoology> A sac containing small, calcareous concretions (otoliths). They are found in many Medusae, and other invertebrates, and are supposed to be auditory organs. ... Origin: Litho- + cyst. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Lithocyst

• (n.) A sac containing small, calcareous concretions (otoliths). They are found in many Medusae, and other invertebrates, and are supposed to be auditory organs.
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