atrichous

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  • atrichous — adj. [Gr. a, without; trichos, hair] 1. Lacking flagella or cilia. 2. (CNIDARIA) Lacking spines or barbs, i.e., isorhizas, etc …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • atrichous — atri·chous a trə kəs, ( )ā trik əs adj having no flagellum * * * atrich·ous (ə trikґəs) 1. having no flagella; said of bacteria. 2. bald …   Medical dictionary

  • atrichous — adj. suffering from hair loss, lacking hair …   English contemporary dictionary

  • atrichous — at·ri·chous …   English syllables

  • atrichous — ˈa.trə̇kəs, (ˈ)ā.|trik adjective Etymology: Greek atrichos hairless, from a a (II) + trich , thrix hair more at trich : having no flagellum …   Useful english dictionary

  • atrichous isorhiza — (CNIDARIA: Hydrozoa) A small nematocyst with a smooth tubule; see holotrichous isorhiza, basitrichous isorhiza …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • glutinants — n. pl. [L. gluten, glue] (CNIDARIA) A type of nematocyst; the holotrichous and atrichous isorhizas …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • holotrichous isorhiza — (CNIDARIA: Hydrozoa) A nematocyst with tubes spiney throughout; see atrichous isorhiza, basitrichous isorhiza …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • isorhiza — n. [Gr. isos, equal; rhiza, root] (CNIDARIA) A form of nematocyst in which the tube is open and the same diameter along the tube, responding to mechanical stimuli, and is used in anchoring the animal when it walks on its tentacles; see atrichous… …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • nematocyte — (= cnidoblast) Stinging cells found in Hydra, used for capturing prey and for defence. There are four major types, containing different sorts of nematocysts: stenoteles (60%), desmonemes, holotrichous isorhizas, and atrichous isorhizas. They… …   Dictionary of molecular biology


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