n. pl. chor•dae (-dē′)
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A very small species (L. pusillus) with tufted green fronds grows parasitic on the fronds of Chorda and the stems of Laminaria.The Sea Shore|William S. Furneaux
He found that the vertebral centra were first formed as rings in the chorda-sheath, which give off neural and hæmal processes.
In his criticism of the vertebral theory of the skull, Vogt started by defining the vertebra as a ring formed round the chorda.
They were developed from the worms by the formation of a spinal marrow and a chorda dorsulis.
The heart existed as a simple pulsating vessel; and the chorda dorsalis took the place of a vertebral column.