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OTHER WORDS FROM Metazoamet·a·zo·an, adjective, nounmet·a·zo·ic, met·a·zo·al, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for Metazoa
The whole of the animals with bodies composed of definite tissues of this kind are known as the Metazoa.
A considerable number of early developmental processes are common to the whole of the Metazoa.
We have seen that the epiblast represents the skin or epidermis of the simple sack-like ancestor common to all the Metazoa.
But among the metazoa we find this form of individuality only in the lower (and generally stationary) stages of development.
Parasitism in the metazoa (in all groups) is even more frequent and interesting than in the metaphyta.