physogastry

(from the article `termite`) ...few in number, is laid. In two to five years, as the colony matures, the egg-laying capacity of the queen increases as her ovaries and fat bodies ...
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physogastry

physogastrism, physogastric, physogastry In certain insects, a condition in which the abdomen becomes distended by the growth of fat bodies or other organs.
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