nephric

[nef-rik]
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adjective


Origin of nephric

First recorded in 1885–90; nephr- + -ic
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Examples from the Web for nephric

Historical Examples of nephric

  • According to Boveri, the nephric tubules of Amphioxus open into the dorsal cœlom by one or more funnels.

    The Origin of Vertebrates

    Walter Holbrook Gaskell



Medicine definitions for nephric

nephric

[nĕfrĭk]

adj.

Relating to or connected with a kidney.
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