Definition of Hemolymph

1. Noun. A circulating fluid in the bodies of some invertebrates that is the equivalent of blood. ¹



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Definition of Hemolymph

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hemolymph

hemoflagellate
hemoflagellates
hemogenesis
hemogenic
hemoglobin
hemoglobinemia
hemoglobinometer
hemoglobinometers
hemoglobinopathies
hemoglobinopathy
hemoglobins
hemoglobinuria
hemoglobinurias
hemoglobinuric
hemoid
hemolymph (current term)
hemolymphoid
hemolymphs
hemolysate
hemolysates
hemolyses
hemolysin
hemolysins
hemolysis
hemolytic
hemolytic anaemia
hemolytic anemia
hemolytic disease
hemolytic diseases
hemolyze

Literary usage of Hemolymph

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1. Contributions to Medical Research: Dedicated to Victor Clarence Vaughan by by University of Michigan (1903)
"In other forms of anemia, hyperplastic hemolymph nodes showing greatly increased ... Though the resemblance of the hemolymph nodes to the spleen in both ..."

2. A Laboratory manual and text-book of embryology by Charles William Prentiss, Leslie Brainerd Arey (1917)
"hemolymph glands, according to Schumacher (Arch. f. mik. Anat., Bd. 81, 1912), begin their development like lymph glands, but soon after the formation of ..."

3. The Journal of Medical Research by American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists (1902)
"hemolymph nodes in adipose tissue, marked hemolysis, eosinophiles in the lymphoid tissues, pigmentation of the liver, and slight lymphoid change in the ..."

4. Anatomy of the Human Body by Henry Gray (1918)
"... and are effected by vessels equal in diameter to those which they connect, the continuous trunks retaining the same diameter. hemolymph nodes or glands ..."

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