Definition of Hydranth. Meaning of Hydranth. Synonyms of Hydranth

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Definition of Hydranth

Hydranth
Hydranth Hy"dranth, n. [Hydra + Gr. ? a flower.] (Zo["o]l.) One of the nutritive zooids of a hydroid colony. Also applied to the proboscis or manubrium of a hydroid medusa. See Illust. of Hydroidea.

Meaning of Hydranth from wikipedia

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- olynthus, gemmule In Cnidaria: ephyra, scyphistoma, strobila, gonangium, hydranth, polyp, medusa In Mollusca: paralarva, young cephalopods In Platyhelminthes:...
- that is found off the Cape Peninsula of South Africa. Naked cylindrical hydranth up to about 70mm long, covered by densely packed short capitate tentacles...
- reduced hydranths and are usually protected in a peridermal (i.e. belonging to a hydroid perisarc) gonotheca. Medusae forming on fully developed hydranths are...
- ?Campanularia hicksoni 4) habitus of colony, 5) branch section with 2 hydrothecae (one showing hydranth) and a gonangium...
- chrysanthemum, dianthus, enanthem, enanthema, exanthem, exanthematic, hydranth, hypanthium, perianth, zoanthid anthrac- coal Gr**** ἄνθραξ, ἄνθρακος (ánthrax...
- tubes enveloping a branch from a coenosarcal strand and wedged in between older tubes, peri. = perisarc, ram.1/2/3 = short bearing hydranths, st. = stem....
- maintained and repaired throughout the individual animal's life. The hydranths much exceed the hydrothecae in size and are quite s****y. Their endoderm...
- species worldwide. These hydrozoans always have a polyp stage. Their hydranths grow either solitary or in colonies. There is no firm perisarc around...
- 120 millimetres in height with polyps up to three millimetres long. The hydranths are cylindrical or fusiform and are bright red or pink. The form of the...