- of, relating to, or like an integument.
Origin of integumentary
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Examples from the Web for integumentary
The integumentary folds over the nasal bones of the chick appear on or about the tenth day.Inheritance of Characteristics in Domestic Fowl
Charles Benedict Davenport
In my original specimens the integumentary spines had fallen, probably as a result of post-mortem decomposition.
In this way contraction of the body, aided by the integumentary denticles, will secure their entrance into the nasal cavities.
Word Origin and History for integumentary
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