- Zoology. having no placenta, as a monotreme or marsupial.
- an implacental mammal.
Also im·pla·cen·tate [im-pluh-sen-teyt] /ˌɪm pləˈsɛn teɪt/.
Origin of implacental
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The air had now become suitable for mammals, both placental and implacental, and for birds.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume II (of 2)
John William Draper
Implacental, im-pla-sen′tal, adj. having no placenta, as certain marsupial animals.
- another word for aplacental
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