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micropseudogyne
see pseudogyne.
micropterism
См. microptery.
micropterogyne
n. [Gr. mikros, small; pteron, wing; gyne, woman] (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) A female with small wings.
micropterous
adj. [Gr. mikros, small; pteron, wing] Having small or vestigial wings.
microptery
n. [Gr. mikros, small; pteron, wing] Small wings.
micropyle
n. [Gr. mikros, small; pyle, entrance] A pore in the investing membrane of an egg through which a spermatozoan enters for fertilization; micropylar adj..
micropyle apparatus
(ARTHROPODA: Insecta) Raised structures around the micropyle of an egg.
micropyrenic
adj. [Gr. mikros, small; pyren, kernel] Having nuclei smaller than average for a particular cell type of an individual or species.
microsclere
n. [Gr. mikros, small; skleros, hard] (PORIFERA) A packing or reinforcing spicule, usually of a size, and ornate shape that occur strewn throughout the mesenchyme; see ...
microscolecin
См. microscolecine.
microscolecine
n. [Gr. mikros, small; skolex, worm] (ANNELIDA: Oligochaeta) Provided with a pair of tubular prostates opening to the exterior in segment xvii along side of, or together ...
microscopic
adj. [Gr. mikros, small; skopein, to view] Being invisible with the naked eye, usually requiring the aid of a microscope for elucidation of structure or recognition of ...
microsensillum
n. [Gr. mikros, small; L. sensillus, sensitive] Small sensillum or sensory puncture.
microseptum
n. [Gr. mikros, small; L. septum, partition] (CNIDARIA: Anthozoa) A Zoantharia with incomplete or imperfect mesentary.
microsomes
n. [Gr. mikros, small; soma, body] Formerly any small granules in the cytoplasm; fragments of endoplasmic reticulum.
microsomia
n. [Gr. mikros, small; soma, body] Dwarfishness; nanism.
microsomites
n. pl. [Gr. mikros, small; soma, body] (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) In embryology, small secondary rings or somites of the macrosomites later to become body segments.
microspecies
n. pl. [Gr. mikros, small; L. species, a kind] A small local species population that shows little variability; jordanon.
microspines
n. pl. [Gr. mikros, small; L. spina, thorn] (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) In some larvae, minute spines on the exterior body wall.
microstome
n. [Gr. mikros, small; stoma, mouth] A small opening or orifice.
microsymbiote
n. [Gr. mikros, small; symbiosis, life together] A term designating the smaller organism, or microorganism, of a symbiotic association.
microthorax
n. [Gr. mikros, small; thorax, chest] (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) The neck or cervix, when the cervix is a reduced body segment.
microthrix
n.; pl. microtrices [Gr. mikros, small; thrix, hair] (PLATYHELMINTHES: Cestoda) One of the minute folds of the tegument that aid in absorption of nutrients.
microtome
n. [Gr. mikros, small; temnein, to cut] Instrument for cutting thin sections of tissues for microscopic examination.
microtomy
n. [Gr. mikros, small; temnein, to cut] The science of cutting and staining of thin sections of tissues for microscopic examination.
microtrichia
n. pl.; sing. -ium [Gr. mikros, small; thrix, hair] 1. (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) Minute, abundant, non-articulate hairs found on the wings (aculeae); see macrotrichia. 2. ...
microtubules
n. pl. [Gr. mikros, small; L. tubulus, small water pipe] Minute tubules in cells that are often cross-linked; found in cilia, spindle fibers, and in the cytoplasm where ...
microtype
n. [Gr. mikros, small; typos, type] (CNIDARIA: Anthozoa) A normal mesentery arrangement; see macrotype.
microvillus
n.; pl. -villi [Gr. mikros, small; L. villus, shaggy hair] Minute processes on the inner surface of epithelial cells; see brush border.
microxea
n. [Gr. mikros, small; oxys, sharp] (PORIFERA) A microsclere similar to an oxea, but very small.
microzoon
n. [Gr. mikros, small; zoon, animal] A microscopic animal.
middle bulb
see metacorpus.
middle cuticular layer
(NEMATA) Formerly used for the matrix layer of the cuticle.
middle field
see discoidal area.
middle plate
(ARTHROPODA: Insecta) In embryology, that area between the mesodermal rudiment and the lateral ectodermal plates.
middorsal
adj. [A.S. middel, middle; L. dorsum, back] Pertaining to the true dorsal line of an individual; dorsomedian.
midgut
n. [A.S. middel, middle; gut] The mesenteron; the middle portion of the alimentary tract.
midgut gland
(MOLLUSCA) A lobed or unlobed gland, of a compound tubular or acinous nature, opening into the gut in one or more places; sometimes called liver.
midintestine
see midgut.
midventral
adj. [A.S. middel, middle; L. venter, belly] Pertaining to the true ventral line; ventromedian.
midventral glands
see supplementary organs.
migrante
n. [L. migrator, wanderer] (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) In aphids, the winged, parthenogenetic, viviparous females that develop on the primary host, then fly to the secondary ...
migration
n. [L. migratus, change habitat] The act or instance of any form of invertebrate that moves from the place of birth for food or other purposes; migrational adj..
milk gland
(ARTHROPODA: Insecta) Specialized accessory gland of Glossina and the Pupipara that produces a milk containing lipids, proteins and amino acids.
millepunctatus
adj. [L. mille, a thousand; punctum, prick] Covered or studded with many dots, points, or minute depressions.
millimeter
n. [L. mille, a thousand; Gr. metron, a measure] One-thousandth of a meter, or 0.03937 of an inch; mm.
millimicron
see nanometer.
mimesis
see mimicry.
mimetic
adj. [Gr. mimikos, initative] Characterized by mimicry.
mimetic polymorphism
Polymorphism in which the various morphs resemble other species distasteful or dangerous to a predator; often restricted to females.
mimic
n. [Gr. mimos, actor] 1. An organism that resembles another in color, habit or structure for the purpose of protection. 2. Nonallelic genes with similar phenotypic effects.
mimicry
n. [Gr. mimikos, imitative] The resemblance in color or structure to other species that are distasteful or poisonous to a predator; see Batesian mimicry and Mullerian ...
mines
n. [Celtic origin] (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) Larval galleries or burrows on the inside of leaf tissue.
minim
n. [L. minimus, least] 1. A very small object. 2. 1/60 of a fluid dram or 0.06 ml. 3. (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) In Formicidae, a minor worker.
minor worker
(ARTHROPODA: Insecta) An individual belonging to the smallest worker subcaste, esp. in Formicidae; a minim; see media worker, major worker.
minute
adj. [L. minutus, small] 1. Very small. 2. (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) A few millimeters in length or less.
miolecithal
adj. [Gr. meion, less; lekithos, egg yolk] Referring to eggs containing little yolk.
miracidium
n.; pl. -dia [Gr. dim. meirakion, young girl] (PLATYHELMINTHES: Trematoda) In Digenea, the first larval stage; a ciliated, free-swimming form.
mirror
n. [L. miror, to look at] (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) In Hemiptera Cicadidae, clear cuticular membrane located near the stridulatory apparatus; specular membrane.
missense mutation
Gene mutation in which one amino acid is changed; the altered proteins may show some activity.
mitochondria
n. pl.; sing. mitochondrion [Gr. mitos, thread; chondros, grain] Sausage-shaped structures in the cytoplasm of animal and plant cells.
mitogen
n. [Gr. mitos, thread; genos, birth] An agent that stimulates a cell to undergo mitosis.
mitosis
n.; pl. -ses [Gr. mitos, thread] The division and separation of chromosomes during cell division, involving the longitudinal splitting of each chromosome resulting in two ...
mitosome
n. [Gr. mitos, thread; soma, body] A body arising from the spindle fibers of the preceding mitosis; spindle remnant.
mitraria larva
(ANNELIDA: Polychaeta) Post-trochophore larva of Owenia with three hypertrophied setae for defense or floatation.
mixed nerve
A nerve with both motor and sensory fibers.
mixed nest
(ARTHROPODA: Insecta) A nest inhabited by two or more species of social insects with intermingling between adults and broods; see compound nest.
mixocoel
n. [Gr. mixis, mingling; koilos, hollow] (ARTHROPODA) The adult body cavity (not a true coelom) derived from a blastocoel and secondary body cavities that functions as a ...
mixonephridium
n. [Gr. mixis, mingling; nephros, kidney] (ANNELIDA: Polychaeta) A type of nephromixium in which the nephridium and coelomoduct are combined into a single organ having ...
mixoploidy
n. [Gr. mixis, mingling; aploos, onefold; eidos, like] Having cells with different chromosome numbers in cell populations.
mnemotaxis
n. [Gr. mneme, memory; taxis, arrangement] Movements in which memory plays a part.
mode
n. [L. modus, measure] The most frequent value of any measurable characteristic in a population.
modifer genes
Genes that affect the phenotypic expression of genes at other loci.
modification
n. [L. modus, measure; facare, to make] Any variation caused by non-genetic factors.
modioliform
adj. [L. modiolus, a small measure or drinking vessel; forma, form] 1. In the form of a nave or hub of a wheel; more or less globular with truncated ends. 2. (MOLLUSCA: ...
modulation
n. [L. modulare, to measure] 1. Alteration in cells by environment without change in their basic character. 2. Interactive modification of cells during development.
moiety
n.; pl. -ties [L. medius, the middle] 1. One of two equal parts. 2. An indefinite portion.
mola
n. [L. mola, mill] (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) In Coleoptera, the thickened and enlarged basal part of the internal ridge of the mandible used for grinding; see molar lobe. ...
molar
adj. [L. mola, mill] 1. Adapted for grinding. 2. (ARTHROPODA: Crustacea) Pertaining to the grinding surface on the inner edge of the mandibles or jaws.
molar lobe
(ARTHROPODA: Insecta) The proximal lobe of the mandibles used for chewing or grinding; see mola.
molar process
(ARTHROPODA: Crustacea) The grinding portion of the gnathal lobe of the mandible; pars molaris.
molecular biology
The study of biological phenomena in terms of the physiochemical properties of molecules in a cell.
molecular genetics
The study of genetics at the level of molecules.
molecules
n. pl. [L. dim. moles, mass] The small particles into which any substance can be divided without chemical change.
Mollusca
n.; pl. mollusks, molluscs [L. molluscus, soft] A phylum of invertebrates with a soft unsegmented body and usually covered with a double or single shell, or having an ...
molluscicide
n. [L. molluscus, soft; caedere, to kill] An agent that kills snails.
molt
n. [L. mutare, to change] The periodic process of loosening and discarding the cuticle, accompanied by the formation of a new cuticla in the process of growth; may be ...
molting fluid
1. Often undetermined fluid that causes the loosening of the old cuticle. 2. (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) A fluid containing chitinase and proteinase that digests the unsclerotised ...
molting hormone
see ecdysone.
moltinism
n. [L. mutare, to change] Polymorphs of differing strains or biotypes that undergo a different number of larval molts.
molula
n. [L. dim. mola, mill] (ARTHROPODA) The dicondylic joint by which the tibia articulates with the femur.
monacanthid
adj. [Gr. monos, one; acantha, thorn] (ECHINODERMATA: Asteroidea) Having one row of ambulacral spines.
monactinal
adj. [Gr. monos, one; aktis, ray] (PORIFERA) Spicule development originating from a fixed point in one direction only.
monaene
adj. [Gr. monos, one; triaina, trident] (PORIFERA) A modified tetraxon with only one clad.
monarsenous
adj. [Gr. monos, one; arsen, masculine] Polygamous; having one male to numerous females.
monaster
n. [Gr. monos, one; aster, star] A unipolar spindle that results in a nucleus with an unreduced chromosome number instead of two nuclei.
monaulic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; aulos, pipe] (MOLLUSCA: Gastropoda) Male and female portions with a common gonopore; see diaulic, triaulic.
monaxon
n. [Gr. monos, one; axon, axis] (PORIFERA) Spicules formed by growth in one or both directions along a single axis; monaxonid adj..
monecious
see monoecious.
monila
n. [L. monile, necklace] (BRYOZOA) Concentric thickening of the zooecial wall causing a beadlike appearance.
monilicorn
see moniliform.
moniliform
adj. [L. monile, necklace; forma, shape] Beadlike; resembling a string of beads; contracted or jointed at regular intervals.
moniliform glands
(NEMATA) Beadlike cells around the uvette of the demanian system, usually forming a rosette.
monoallelic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; allelon, one another] Referring to a polyploid in which all alleles at a locus are identical.
monobasic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; basis, step] Describing genera originally based on one species only.
monocentric
adj. [Gr. monos, one; kentron, point] Pertaining to a chromosome with one centromere.
monochromatic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; chromos, color] Of one color only; unicolored.
monocondylar
see monocondylic.
monocondylic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; kondylos, knuckle] Having one condyle.
monocondylic joint
A joint with a single point of articulation between segments.
monocrepid
adj. [Gr. monos, one; krepis, base] (PORIFERA) Pertaining to a desma formed on a monaxon.
monocule
n. [Gr. monos, single; L. oculus, eye] (ARTHROPODA) A one-eyed animal, as certain crustaceans and insects.
monocyclic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; kyklos, circle] (ECHINODERMATA: Crinoidea) Refers to calyx plates of primitive stalked crinoids having an aboral cycle of 5 plates (basal) and 5 ...
monodactyl
См. monodactylous.
monodactyle
См. monodactylous.
monodactylous
adj. [Gr. monos, one; dactylos, finger] (ARTHROPODA) Pertaining to an appendage, ambulacrum or claw with only one unguis; see bidactyl.
monodelphic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; delphys, womb] (NEMATA) Having one uterus.
monodesmatic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; desmos, tendon] (ARTHROPODA: Chelicerata) Pertaining to an articulation between two segments of an appendage with one tendon inserted at the base of ...
monodisc
n. [Gr. monos, one; diskos, disc] (CNIDARIA: Scyphozoa) One ephyra developed and released at a time before another forms by transverse fission; see polydisk, ...
monodisk
См. monodisc.
monodomous
adj. [Gr. monos, one; doma, house] (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) Having one nest per colony; see polydomous.
monoecious
adj. [Gr. monos, one; oikos, house] Having two kinds of gametes produced by the same individual; hermaphrodite; ambisexual; monoecism n; see dioecious.
monoembryony
n. [Gr. monos, one; embryon, fetus] The production of only one embryo from a fertilized ovum or egg.
monogamy
n. [Gr. monos, one; gamos, marriage] The condition of having only one mate; monogamous a; see polygamy.
monogenesis
n. [Gr. monos, one; genesis, beginning] 1. The development of life from a single entity or cell. 2. Asexual reproduction. 3. Direct development without metamorphosis.
monogenetic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; genesis, beginning] 1. Pertaining to monogenesis. 2. Designates parasites with a simple direct life cycle that is completed in one host. 3. ...
monogenic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; genesis, beginning] 1. Monogenetic. 2. Reproducing in only one way. 3. Determined by the alleles of a single gene; see polygenic. 4. Monomeric.
monogeny
n. [Gr. monos, one; genos, offspring] The production of offspring of one sex by arrhenogenesis or thelygenesis.
monogonoporus
adj. [Gr. monos, single; gonos, offspring; poros, channel] Having both male and female gonads opening through a common orifice.
monogony
n. [Gr. monos, one; gonos, offspring] Asexual reproduction.
monograph
n. [Gr. monos, one; graphos, a writing] An account or description of one subject or class of subjects; a treatise discussing a single subject in detail.
monogyny
n. [Gr. monos, one; gyne, woman] (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) The existence of only one functional queen in a nest; see polygyny.
monohybrid
n. [Gr. monos, one; L. hybrida, mongrel] The offspring of parents differing in one character.
monolayer
n. [Gr. monos, one; Eng. layer] A single layer of cells growing on a substrate.
monomeri
n. pl., sing. -us [Gr. monos, one; meros, part] (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) Insects with one-jointed tarsi.
monomeric
adj. [Gr. monos, one; meros, part] 1. Pertaining to a single segment. 2. Derived from one part. 3. Monogenic.
monomerosomatous
adj. [Gr. monos, one; meros, part; soma, body] Having all body segments fused.
monomerous
adj. [Gr. monos, one; meros, part] Having only one joint or part.
monomers
n. pl. [Gr. monos, one; meros, part] Simple compounds from which polymers are synthesized.
monometrosis
see haplometrosis.
monomial
adj. [Gr. monos, one; L. nomen, name] Having one name or designation consisting of one term only; uninomial; see binomial.
monomorphic colony
(BRYOZOA) A colony in which only one kind of zooid occurs in the zone of asexual reproduction.
monomorphic polypides
(BRYOZOA: Phylactolaemata) One morphologic type of organ system in an asexual budding zone.
monomorphic zooids
(BRYOZOA: Gymnolaemata) Zooids of one morphologic type in the zone of astrogenetic repetition.
monomorphism
n. [Gr. monos, one; morphe, form] 1. A population that exhibits a single form; see polymorphism. 2. Species that contain only the female sex; see dimorphism. 3. ...
monomyarian
adj. [Gr. monos, one; mys, muscle] 1. Having only one muscle. 2. (MOLLUSCA: Bivalvia) In oysters and scallops, pertaining to the anterior adductor muscle that has completely ...
mononchoid
adj. [ Mononchus; Gr. eidos, like] (NEMATODA: Adenophorea) Having the characteristics of the predacious nematode genus Mononchus.
mononychous
adj. [Gr. monos, single; onyx, claw] Pertains to organisms having a single or uncleft claw.
monoparental
adj. [Gr. monos, one; L. parens, progenitor] With females only.
monophagous
adj. [Gr. monos, one; phagein, to eat] Adapted to subsist on a single kind of food; specialized on a single host species; monotrophic; see polyphagous, oligophagous.
monophyletic
adj. [Gr. monos, single; phyle, tribe] 1. With a single common ancestry. 2. Any group whose most recent common ancestor is cladistically a member of that group; see ...
monophyly
see monophyletic.
monoplacid
adj. [Gr. monos, one; plax, flat plate] Having only one plate.
Monoplacophora
См. monoplacophorans.
monoplacophorans
n., n. pl. [Gr. monos, one; plax, flat plate; pherein, to carry] A class of Mollusca mostly extinct, with a limpet-like, cap-shaped, cone-shaped or spoon-shaped shell with ...
monoploid
adj. [Gr. monoploos, onefold] 1. Any somatic cell or individual with one set of chromosomes. 2. Having the basic number of chromosomes in a polyploid series; see euploid, ...
monoplont
see haplont.
monorchic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; orchis, testicle] Having one testis; see diorchic.
monosiphonous
adj. [Gr. monos, one; siphon, tube] (CNIDARIA: Hydrozoa) Having a single central tube as in the hydrocaulus.
monosome
n. [Gr. monos, one; soma, body] 1. A chromosome lacking an allele; see polysome. 2. A single ribosome bound to messenger RNA.
monosomic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; soma, body] Lacking one chromosome of a normal complement (somatic number is 2N-l).
monospermy
n. [Gr. monos, one; sperma, seed] One sperm fertilizing an ovum; normal fertilization of an ovum.
monostich
n. [Gr. monos, one; stichos, row] 1. Cells arranged in a row along one side of an axis. 2. (NEMATODA: Adenophorea) Esophagi in Stichosomida (=Trichocephalida; Mermithida) ...
monostigmatous
adj. [Gr. monos, single; stigma, mark] Having one stigma only.
monostome
n. [Gr. monos, one; stoma, mouth] (PLATYHELMINTHES: Trematoda) A fluke lacking a ventral sucker.
monostome cercaria
(PLATYHELMINTHES: Trematoda) A cercaria with a muscular oral sucker anteriorly and no ventral sucker; encysts on objects in water.
monothalamous
adj. [Gr. monos, one; thalamos, chamber] Unilocular; single chambered; see monothecal.
monothecal
adj. [Gr. monos, one; theke, case] 1. Having one chamber or loculus; see monothalamous. 2. (ANNELIDA: Polychaeta) Having only one spermatheca; see polythecal.
monothely
n. [Gr. monos, one; thelys, woman] Polyandry, with one female being fertilized by many males; monothelious adj..
monothetic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; tithenai, to place] Pertaining to taxa based on only one or a few characters; see polythetic.
monotrochous
adj. [Gr. monos, one; trochous, wheel] (ARTHROPODA) Having the trochanter composed of a single piece.
monotrophic
see monophagous.
monotropic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; tropikos, a turning] 1. Turning in one direction. 2. (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) Visiting only one kind of flower for nectar; see polytropic.
monotype
n. [Gr. monos, one; typos, type] A holotype of a species based on a single specimen.
monotypic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; typos, type] Pertains to a taxon containing only one immediate subordinate taxon, as a genus containing only one species, or a species containing only ...
monovalent articulation
Articulation permitting movement in one mode only; forward and backward, but not up and down, etc.
monovarial
adj. [Gr. monos, one; L. ovum, egg; arium, producing organ] Having one ovary.
monovoltine
see univoltine.
monoxenic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; xenos, guest] Pertaining to the rearing of an organism with only one know species as a food source; see axenic.
monoxenous
adj. [Gr. monos, one; xenos, guest] Living within a single host during a parasite\'s life cycle; see dixenous.
monozoic
adj. [Gr. monos, one; zoon, animal] (PLATYHELMINTHES: Cestoda) Non-strobilated cestodes.
monozonian
adj. [Gr. monos, one; zone, girdle] (ARTHROPODA: Diplopoda) Having a cylindrical sclerite composed of fused tergites, pleurites and sternites.
montane
adj. [L. mons, mountain] Pertaining to mountains and coniferous forests of mountains.
monticolous
adj. [L. mons, mountain; colare, to inhabit] Living in mountains.
monticule
n. [L. dim. mons, mountain] (BRYOZOA: Stenolaemata) A prominence on the colony surface made by a cluster of polymorphs; see macula.
morgan
n. [named for T. H. Morgan] A chromosome map unit; expresses the relative distance between genes on a chromosome, as determined by crossing-over phenomena.
moribund
adj. [L. mors, death] Dying; near death.
morph
n. [Gr. morphe, form] Any of the individual variants of a polymorphic population.
morpha
n. [Gr. morphe, form] (ARTHROPODA: Insecta) A word ending recently incorporated in Hemiptera indicating major groups; Nepomorpha (=Hydrocorisae).
morphallaxis
n. [Gr. morphe, form; allaxis, exchange] A regenerative process in which the new parts are reorganized from the old, instead of being formed anterior or posterior to the level ...
morphism
see polymorphism.
morphogenesis
n. [Gr. morphe, form; genesis, beginning] The development of the characteristic form and structure of a cell or an organism.
morphology
n. [Gr. morphe, form; logos, discourse] The science of structural characteristics, particularly those on the surface of the body; morphological adj..
morphometrics
n. [Gr. morphe, form; metron, measurement] Body measurements.
morphometry
n. [Gr. morphe, form; metron, measurement] Measurement of external form.
morphopathology
n. [Gr. morphe, form; pathos, suffering; logos, discourse] The branch of pathology dealing with the morbid changes occurring in the structure of tissues, cells and organs.
morphosis
n. [Gr. morphosis, a shaping] Nonadaptive and unstable variation in an individual\'s morphogenesis associated with environmental changes.
morphospecies
n. pl. [Gr. morphe, form; L. species, kind] A typological species based on morphological differences; see phenon.
morphotype
n. [Gr. morphe, form; L. typos, type] The type specimen of one of the forms of a dimorphic species.
morula
n. [L. dim. morus, mulberry] In embryology, consisting of a cluster of cleaving blastomeres; stage preceding blastula.
morular cell
(BRYOZOA) A cell filled with refringent spheres in the peritoneal membrane and funicular strand.

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