protopodite


protopodite
protopoditic /preuh top'euh dit"ik/, adj.
/proh top"euh duyt'/, n. Zool.
the basal portion of a two-branched crustacean leg or other appendage.
Also, protopod /proh"teuh pod'/. Cf. endopodite, exopodite.
[1865-70; PROTO- + POD- + -ITE1]

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  • Protopodite — Pro*top o*dite, n. [Proto + Gr. ?, ?, foot.] (Zo[ o]l.) The basal portion, or two proximal and more or less consolidated segments, of an appendage of a crustacean. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • protopodite — ● protopodite nom masculin Partie basilaire de l appendice typique des crustacés et d autres arthropodes, sur laquelle s articulent l endopodite et l exopodite …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Protopodite — Deux premiers segments des appendice des arthropodes, le premier étant le coxa, et le deuxième le basis. Le basis porte la ramification de l appendice, les appendices des crustacés étant biramifiés. Portail de la zoologie Catégorie  …   Wikipédia en Français

  • protopodite — n. [Gr. protos, first; pous, foot] (ARTHROPODA) The basal stalk of a segmented appendage; sympod or sympodite; see protopod …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • protopodite — noun The basal segment of the limb of a crustacean …   Wiktionary

  • protopodite — Fused proximal segments (coxa and basis) of an appendage such as pleopod, usually with endopod and exopod [Butler, T.H.]. Proximal part of appendage, consisting of coxa and basis or less frequently of precoxa, coxa, and basis, sometimes fused.… …   Crustacea glossary

  • protopodite — pl.m. protopoditi …   Dizionario dei sinonimi e contrari

  • protopodite — pro·top·o·dite …   English syllables

  • protopodite — …   Useful english dictionary

  • protopod — Peduncle of an appendage; in unmodified form, consisting of one coxal and one basal article. (Syn. protopodite) [Williams, 1984]. Proximal portion of limb, consisting of precoxa, coxa, and basis, fused together in some forms; its distal edge… …   Crustacea glossary


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