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Definition of Hydrorhizas

Hydrorhizas
Hydrorhiza Hy`dro*rhi"za, n.; pl. L. Hydrorhiz[ae], E. Hydrorhizas. [NL., fr. E. hydra + Gr. ? a root.] (Zo["o]l.) The rootstock or decumbent stem by which a hydroid is attached to other objects. See Illust. under Hydroidea.
Hydrorhiza
Hydrorhiza Hy`dro*rhi"za, n.; pl. L. Hydrorhiz[ae], E. Hydrorhizas. [NL., fr. E. hydra + Gr. ? a root.] (Zo["o]l.) The rootstock or decumbent stem by which a hydroid is attached to other objects. See Illust. under Hydroidea.

Meaning of Hydrorhizas from wikipedia

- family Lovenellidae. Like other Hydrozoans they are colonial. They have hydrorhiza connected to tubular stolons attaching them to other objects, like algae...
- a hermit crab, often near the aperture of the s****. The horny mat or hydrorhiza is about three millimetres thick. It consists of thick jagged spines that...
- are colonial animals that form erect colonies, on hard surfaces using a hydrorhiza, stem-like structure, and reach a maximum height of around 2.3 mm. The...
- of 300 meters. Hydroid colonies arise or stand upright due to creeping hydrorhiza. Monosiphonic or polysiphonic hydrocaulus are companions of erect colonies...
- attaches to the surface of their host by a thin root-like structure called a hydrorhiza. These organisms are stolons and are often found embedded into the skeleton...
- a family of hydrozoans. Their hydroid colonies emerge from a creeping hydrorhiza and usually form upright branching colonies, although some species' colonies...
- described as laterally compressed and pear-shaped. It is connected to the hydrorhiza of the organism via a smaller pedicel. Like other cnidarians, various...
- are borne in clusters on proximal part of hydranth body or develop from hydrorhiza (i.e. the stalk of a colony). The gonop****s develop into free medusae...