Definition of Urosome. Meaning of Urosome. Synonyms of Urosome

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Definition of Urosome

Urosome
Urosome U"ro*some, n. [2d uro- + -some body.] (Zo["o]l.) The abdomen, or post-abdomen, of arthropods.

Meaning of Urosome from wikipedia

- divided functionally into two tagmata, that may be called a "prosome" and a "urosome", with an articulation between them allowing the body to flex. Different...
- divided into two parts: the pleosome which bears swimming legs; and the urosome, which comprises a telson and three pairs of uropods which do not form...
- being only up to twice as long as the urosome. One of the male's antennae is geniculated. The female urosome has three segments. "Temora turbinata (Dana...
- pulsatile vesicles on each urosome segment; the Pontobdellinae, characterised by a single pair of pulsatile vesicles on each urosome segment; and the Platybdellinae...
- calanoids found in the Great Lakes by looking at their caudal setae and at the urosome portion of their body. E. lacustris have three stout, well-developed setae...
- Answers.com. F. Knopf; S. Ko****nn; F. R. Schram & C. Wolff (2006). "The urosome of the Pan- and Peracarida" (PDF). Contributions to Zoology. 75 (1/2):...
- Leptodiaptomus minutus adult females are characterized by a two-segmented urosome, metasomal wings that are nearly symmetrical and rounded, and endopods...
- 1. the head (cephalosome); 2. the abdomen (metasome); and 3. the tail (urosome). The head has a single eye in the center with two pairs of antenna, one...
- Leptodiaptomus sicilis adult females are distinguished by their three-segmented urosome; pointed, triangular metasomal wings with minute sensilla; and the genital...
- millimetres (0.020 in) from its base, and is over three times the length of the urosome when the former is in its entirety. In the Pacific, N. plumchrus is found...
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