Definition of Schizopods

1. Noun. (plural of schizopod) ¹



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Definition of Schizopods

1. schizopod [n] - See also: schizopod

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Schizopods

schizophreniacs
schizophrenias
schizophrenic
schizophrenic disorder
schizophrenic language
schizophrenic psychology
schizophrenic psychosis
schizophrenics
schizophreniform disorder
schizophrenogenic
schizophyllum
schizophyte
schizophytes
schizopod
schizopoda
schizopods (current term)
schizopyrenida
schizos
schizosaccharomyces
schizothemia
schizothymia
schizothymic
schizotonia
schizotrichia
schizotypal
schizotypal personality
schizotypal personality disorder
schizotypic
schizotypical personality

Literary usage of Schizopods

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1. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission by United States Fish Commission (1906)
"schizopods OF TUE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS COLLECTED BY THE STEAMER ALBATROSS IX By AE ORTMANN, Curator of invertebrate ..."

2. Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1902)
"... and bears no carapace, and though being most nearly allied to the schizopods has affinity with the Amphipods. It combines many of the characters of ..."

3. The Zoological Record ...: Being Records of Zoological Literature by Zoological Record Association (London, England), Zoological Society of London (1897)
"Gascony: deep-water schizopods and Decapods, 48 species, of which 5 Bay of Biscay: I. of Yen, new Amphipod ; WALKER (1).—Bay of. Copepods, 12 species ; CANU ..."

4. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology by Museum of Comparative Zoology, John E. Cadle, Harvard University (1894)
"... many fragments of Ctenophores, masses of Copepods, of schizopods, ... some schizopods and Copepods, all of the same species we had found on the surface. ..."

5. A Manual of Palaeontology for the Use of Students with a General by Henry Alleyne Nicholson, Richard Lydekker (1889)
"The schizopods are distinguished from the Decapods by the larger number of the thoracic limbs, and by the fact that these appendages have well-developed ..."

6. Outlines of Zoology by John Arthur Thomson, Marion Isabel Newbigin (1906)
"Sense organs are usually well developed, and are not confined to the head region ; thus many schizopods have " auditory " organs in the tail (Fig. 142). ..."

7. A Contribution to American Thalassography: Three Cruises of the United by Alexander Agassiz, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (1888)
"The majority of schizopods previously known were mainly pelagic, and belong to a ... Some of these deep-water schizopods are provided with special organs of ..."

8. A Contribution to American Thalassography: Three Cruises of the United by Alexander Agassiz, U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (1888)
"The majority of schizopods previously known were mainly pelagic, and belong to a ... Some of these deep-water schizopods are provided with special organs of ..."

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