noun, plural mes·o·neph·roi [mez-uh-nef-roi, mes-, mee-zuh-, -suh-] /ˌmɛz əˈnɛf rɔɪ, ˌmɛs-, ˌmi zə-, -sə-/. Embryology.
Origin of mesonephros
OTHER WORDS FROM mesonephrosmes·o·neph·ric, adjective
Words nearby mesonephros
Example sentences from the Web for mesonephric
They differ also from the mesonephric tubules by not being so clearly segmental with the myotomes.
The mesonephric tubules, called also the Wolffian body, open into this duct.
The mesonephric duct receives the secretion of the anterior tubuli of the primitive mesonephros.
From this original nephrocœle are formed the pronephric excretory organs, the mesonephric excretory organs, and the body-cavity.
The mesonephric ducts (w.d), the other product of the segmental ducts of the kidneys.