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Definition of Trophi

Trophi
Trophi Tro"phi, n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. ? a feeder, fr. ? to feed.] (Zo["o]l.) The mouth parts of an insect, collectively, including the labrum, labium, maxill[ae], mandibles, and lingua, with their appendages.

Meaning of Trophi from wikipedia

- Trophis is a genus in the plant family Moraceae which includes about nine species, six of which are Neotropical and three which are Palaeotropical. Recent...
- Trophis scandens, commonly named burny vine, is a species of large woody vines, constituting part of the fig plant family. They grow naturally in rainforests...
- The Studio Trophis Production Company, or Studio Trophis for short, was an independent video game developer, based in Sheffield, UK. Their first game...
- the white chamber is a science fiction adventure game created by Studio Trophis using the Wintermute Engine. Originally designed as a university project...
- calcified, jaw-like structures called trophi, which are the only fossilizable parts of a rotifer. The shape of the trophi varies between different species...
- The trophi, or mouthparts of a locust, a typical chewing insect: 1 Labrum 2 Mandibles; 3 Maxillae 4 Labium 5 Hypopharynx...
- Trophis scandens subsp. megacarpa is a flowering plant in the mulberry family. The subspecific epithet comes from the Gr**** mega ("big") and carpos ("fruit")...
- Morus L. (~12 spp.) Sorocea A.St.-Hil. (14 spp.) Streblus Lour. (~24 spp.) Trophis P.Browne (8 spp.) Fossils †Artocarpoides Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (2009)...
- quinquefasciatus) Palemargin grouper (E. bontoides) Plump grouper (E. trophis) Potato grouper (E. tukula) Red grouper (E. morio) Red hind (E. guttatus)...
- quinquefasciatus) Palemargin grouper (E. bontoides) Plump grouper (E. trophis) Potato grouper (E. tukula) Red grouper (E. morio) Red hind (E. guttatus)...
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