noun, plural met·a·neph·roi [met-uh-nef-roi]. /ˌmɛt əˈnɛf rɔɪ/. Embryology.
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Origin of metanephros
OTHER WORDS FROM metanephrosmet·a·neph·ric, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for metanephros
The differentiation of a posterior section of the mesonephros into a special gland foreshadowing the metanephros of the Amniota.
The ureter which carries off the secretion of the kidney proper or metanephros.
The mode of development of the metanephros has as yet only been satisfactorily elucidated in the Chick (Sedgwick, No. 549).