Xenopus

The genus of African clawed toads, X. laevis is widely used in developmental biology and was formerly used in pregnancy diagnosis. Ovulates easily under influence of luteinizing hormone.

Xenopus

Xenopus (Gk., ξενος, xenos=strange, πους, pous=foot, commonly known as the clawed frog) is a genus of highly aquatic frogs native to sub-Saharan Africa. Twenty species are in the Xenopus genus. The best-known species belonging to this genus is Xenopus laevis, which is commonly studied as a model organism for developmental biology, cell bi...
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Xenopus

<molecular biology> The genus of African clawed toads, X. Laevis is widely used in developmental biology and was formerly used in pregnancy diagnosis. Ovulates easily under influence of luteinising hormone. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Xenopus

genus Xenopus noun an African clawed frog; in some classifications made the type genus of a separate family Xenopodidae
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Xenopus

Xenopus (s), Xenopi (pl) An African water frog which is native to southern Africa. From Greek xeno-, 'stranger, foreigner' + pous 'foot'. Related 'foot, feet' units: melo-; ped-; planta-; podo-.
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Xenopus

[n] - African clawed frog
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