alimentary tract n.
See alimentary canal.
The state of the alimentary tract may properly receive notice after these remarks.
Then it is starved so that its alimentary tract will be as empty as possible at the time of killing.
It is possible to judge that his alimentary tract differs widely from that of the Western European.
In addition, their absorption from the alimentary tract is quite complete; that is, they contain little or no waste material.
The trache, muscles and peripheral nerves, and an anterior part of the alimentary tract, are entirely disrupted.
The alimentary tract in the Cyathozooid forms a tube with very delicate walls.
The three typical divisions of the alimentary tract are present, and there is a more or less developed proral lobe.
The remainder of the alimentary tract of each zooid is formed as a bud from the hind end of the branchial sack in the usual way.
The form of the lumen of the alimentary tract differs somewhat in front and behind.
At the region where the hepatic sack opens into the alimentary tract the latter dilates considerably.