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Entoprocta also entoprocts (noun, plural; Greek entos, within; proktos, anus): A small phylum of solitary or colonial animals, having a flame cell protonephridial excretory system and a looped intestine with both the mouth and anus opening within the circle of tentacles; formerly a class of Bryozoa.