Cephalon

[arthropod head] The cephalon is the head section of an arthropod. It is a tagma, i.e., a specialized grouping of arthropod segments. The word cephalon derives from the Greek κεφαλή (cephale), meaning `head`. ==Insects== In insects, head is a preferred term. ==Chelicerates and crustaceans== In chelicerates and crustaceans, the cephalo...
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cephalon

In trilobites, the head shield bearing the eyes, antennae, and mouth. More info?
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Cephalon

Ceph'a·lon noun (Zoology) The head.
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Cephalon

• (n.) The head.
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Cephalon

Cephalon, Inc. is a U.S. biopharmaceutical company co-founded in 1987 by Dr. Frank Baldino, Jr., a pharmacologist and former scientist with the DuPont Company, who served as the company`s chairman and chief executive officer until his death in December 2010. The company`s name comes from the adjective `cephalic` meaning `related to the head o...
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