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Aprocta

Definition of the noun Aprocta

What does Aprocta mean as a name of something?

Aprocta is a genus of Aproctidae, described by Linstow in 1883.

Phrases with Aprocta

  1. Aprocta Sicki
  2. Aprocta Bakeri
  3. Aprocta Narium
  4. Aprocta Obtusa
  5. Aprocta Golvani
  6. Aprocta Noctuae
  7. Aprocta Pitangi
  8. Aprocta Textcri
  9. Aprocta Turgida
  10. Aprocta Ungriai
  11. Aprocta Coraciae
  12. Aprocta Pillersi
  13. Aprocta Proctata
  14. Aprocta Semenovi
  15. Aprocta Spasskyi
  16. Aprocta Anthicola
  17. Aprocta Orbitalis
  18. Aprocta Papillosa
  19. Aprocta Pyrrhurae
  20. Genus Aprocta

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Google previewCollier's New Encyclopedia (1921)

A Loose-leaf and Self-revising Reference Work ; with Illustrations and Ninety-six Maps

them into Aprocta (having no anal aperture) and P'roctucha. (having an anal aperture). The first group contains the Rhnbdocwla and Dendrocwla of other authors; the second is equivalent to the Rhychocaela or Nemertea. TURBINE.

Google previewThe New standard encyclopedia (1907)

by William A. Colledge, Nathan Haskell Dole, George Jotham Hagar

Huxley divides them into Aprocta (having no anal aperture) and Proctucha ( having an anal aperture). The first group contains the Rhabdocwla and Dendrocwla of other authors; the second is equivalent to the Rhynchoewla or Scmertea, ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary (1914)

An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language

Aprocta (a-prok'tā), n. pl. [NL., neut. # : see aproctous.] One of two divisions of the Turbellaria, in which the digestive cavity is caecal, having no anal ...

Google previewThe Popular Encyclopedia (1841)

Being a General Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, Biography, History, and Political Economy

ELMINTH APROCTA. Worms which inhabit the interior of the bodies of animals; organs of generation united in each individual; destitute of a floating alimontary sac, but provided with a simple cavity in the interior; and nearly or totally devoid of ...

Google previewUniversal dictionary of the English language (1899)

a new and original work presenting for convenient reference the orthography, pronunciation, meaning, use, origin and development of every word in the English language together with condensed explanations of fifty thousand important subjects and an exhaustive encyclopaedia of all the arts and sciences profusely illustrated by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris

Huxley divides them into Aprocta (having no anal aperture) and Proctuuha ( having an annl aperture). The first group contains the Rh&bdoca»la aud Dendrocoela of other authors ; the second is equivalent to the Rhynchocuela or Nemertea ...

Google previewLloyd's Encyclopædic dictionary (1895)

by Robert Hunter

Huxley iivid- tliem into Aprocta (having no anal apertur* ...

Google previewThe Encyclopædic Dictionary (1888)

A New and Original Work of Reference to All the Words in the English Language, with a Full Account of Their Origin, Meaning, Pronunciation, and Use by Robert Hunter

Huxley divides them into Aprocta (having no anal aperture) and Proctucha ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopædic Dictionary (1897)

A New Original and Exhaustive Work of References to All English Words ... Being Also a Comprehensive Encyclopædia of All the Arts and Sciences ... by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris

Huxley divides them into Aprocta (having no anal aperture) and Proctucha ( having an anal aperture). The first group contains the Rhabdoocela and Dendroccela of other authors ; the second is equivalent to the Bhynchocuela or Ncmertta ...

Google previewThe New American Encyclopedic Dictionary (1906)

An Exhaustive Dictionary of the English Language : Practical and Comprehensive : Giving the Fullest Definition (encyclopedic in Detail), the Origin, Pronunciation and Use of Words by Robert Hunter, Edward Thomas Roe, Le Roy Hooker, Thomas W. Handford

The Turbellaria are variously divided by different authors; Huxley divides them into Aprocta (having no anal aperture) and Proctucha (having ...

Google previewThe American Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1900)

A New and Exhaustive Work of Reference to the English Language, Defining Over 250,000 Words, with a Full Account of Their Origin, Pronunciation and Use, Comprising a General Encyclopedia ... a Gazetteer and Atlas of the World; a Comprehensive Dictionary of Universal Biography by Robert Hunter

The Turbellaria are variously divided by different authors: Huxley divides them into Aprocta (having no anal £ and Proctucha (having an anal aperture): The first group, contains the Rhabdocoela and Dendrocoela of other authors; the second is ...

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Scrabble value of A1P3R1O1C3T1A1

The value of this 7-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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