Definition of Hydrocaulus. Meaning of Hydrocaulus. Synonyms of Hydrocaulus

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Definition of Hydrocaulus

Hydrocaulus
Hydrocaulus Hy`dro*cau"lus, n.; pl. Hydrocauli. [NL., fr. Gr. "y`dwr water + ? a stalk.] (Zo["o]l.) The hollow stem of a hydroid, either simple or branched. See Illust. of Gymnoblastea and Hydroidea.

Meaning of Hydrocaulus from wikipedia

- extends into the ****ociated hydrocaulus, so that all the individuals of the colony are intimately connected. Where the hydrocaulus runs along the substrate...
- consists of the hydroid colony with soft curly perisarc polysiphonic hydrocaulus, hydranths including 16 tentacles maximum, and medusa buds. Hydroid is...
- who lives as an ectoparasite on C. multicornis either in its stolon or hydrocaulus. Clava multicornis was originally specified under the family Clavidae...
- branching system is alternate. The polyps are tiny and are supported by a hydrocaulus, a fairly stiff hollow tube with a perisarc (sheath) made of chitin and...
- the dominant stage of the L. gracilis. They are trophosome with thin hydrocaulus that brach out alternatively to form the hydrotheca. At the end of each...