Metapodium

Met`a·po'di·um noun ; plural Metapodia . [ New Latin ] (Zoology) Same as Metapode .
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metapodium

Origin: NL. ... <zoology> Same as Metapode. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Metapodium

• (n.) Same as Metapode.
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metapodium

(from the article `gastropod`) ...tapered, muscular organ, which is highly glandularized and usually ciliated, numerous modifications occur in various groups. Frequently there is ...
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metapodium

metapodium 1. The posterior portion of the foot of a mullusk. 2. The middle region of the foot, either in vertebrates or invertebrates.
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