Definition of Notochords

1. Noun. (plural of notochord) ¹



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Definition of Notochords

1. notochord [n] - See also: notochord

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Notochords

notists
notitia
notitia criminis
notitiae
notitias
notness
notobranchiata
notobranchiate
notochord
notochordal
notochordal plate
notochordal process
notochordal sheath
notochordal vertebrate
notochords (current term)
notodontian
notodontians
notoedric
notoedric mange
notophthalmus
notophthalmus viridescens
notoplate
notopodia
notopodium
notorhizal
notorieties
notoriety
notorious
notoriously

Literary usage of Notochords

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1898)
"In cases where the notochords of the two parts unite, the regenerated tail attains ... If the notochords do not unite, regeneration may take place from both ..."

2. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh by Royal Society of Edinburgh (1900)
"In the four cases cited above the notochords were separate throughout except in ... 9) forming the enlarged posterior ends of the notochords, while the ..."

3. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1907)
"At the extremities of these, two lineĀ« were developed two distinct cephalic prolongations, two neural canals, and two notochords. Up to this point it would ..."

4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1906)
"In addition to the usual vacuolated chord between the roof of the gut and the spinal cord, two other notochords, as they must be termed, are found, ..."

5. The School World (1905)
"The ascidians or sea- squirts are of great interest to the student of evocation. In the earliest stage they possess notochords (rudiments of backbones), ..."

6. The Journal of Anatomy and Physiology (1907)
"lens may be absent though the optic cup be present, that accessory " enteric " and " neural " notochords may be formed. II. GENERAL. DB SANCTIS (ii. ..."

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