Examples from the Web for rotifera
Those examples are provided by Rotifera (inferior worms) and by Ephemerid.Life of Elie Metchnikoff, 1845-1916|Olga Metchnikoff
The head extends from the top of the vase, and is surmounted with the usual cilia, or wheel, which we see among all the rotifera.Through a Microscope|Samuel Wells
Others, again, include the Rotifera in the second subdivision.Everyday Objects|W. H. Davenport Adams
The Cyclops feed on smaller aquatic animals such as Protozoa, Rotifera, etc.Elementary Zoology, Second Edition|Vernon L. Kellogg
See an account of the Rotifera and their faculty of repeated vivifaction, in the note appended to this chapter.Sketches of the Natural History of Ceylon|J. Emerson Tennent
Word Origin and History for rotifera
class of microscopic freshwater organisms, 1830, Modern Latin, from Rotifer (Leeuwenhoek, 1702), from Latin rota "wheel" (see rotary) + -fer "bearing" (see bear (v.)). The animalcules use rotary organs to swim about.