Origin of malacology
Related formsmal·a·co·log·i·cal [mal-uh-kuh-loj-i-kuh l] /ˌmæl ə kəˈlɒdʒ ɪ kəl/, adjectivemal·a·col·o·gist, noun
Examples from the Web for malacology
Malacology, mal-a-kol′o-ji, n. the branch of natural history which treats of the structure and habits of molluscs.
These have been described and figured by the writer in the 'Journal of Malacology,' vol.Southern Arabia|Theodore Bent
In malacology, a class of aquatic mollusca, having no apparent head, but a mouth between the folds of their mantle.
The fellow has actually taken it upon himself to deliver a lecture on malacology!Told by the Death's Head|Mr Jkai
The days of conchology were then doomed; and the study of the mollusc, or malacology, took its place.Beautiful Shells of New Zealand|E. G. B. Moss