[ im-pluh-sen-tl ]
/ ˌɪm pləˈsɛn tl /
Zoology. having no placenta, as a monotreme or marsupial.
an implacental mammal.
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Also im·pla·cen·tate [im-pluh-sen-teyt]. /ˌɪm pləˈsɛn teɪt/.
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Example sentences from the Web for implacental
Implacental, im-pla-sen′tal, adj. having no placenta, as certain marsupial animals.
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
British Dictionary definitions for implacental
/ (ˌɪmpləˈsɛntəl) /
another word for aplacental
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