- of, relating to, or divided into segments or somites.
Origin of meristic
Examples from the Web for meristic
Historical Examples of meristic
Lastly, it may be recalled that in sterility we are almost certainly considering a meristic phenomenon.Evolution in Modern Thought
Meristic law is that of balance and distribution: it defines what is and is not to be possessed.The Crown of Wild Olive
Law is either archic (of direction), meristic (of division), or critic (of judgment).
- of or relating to the number of organs or parts in an animal or plant bodymeristic variation
- segmentedmeristic worms