Difference between revisions of "adenotrophic viviparity"

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|definition=Reproduction characterized by fully developed, shelled eggs passing to and retained in the [[uterus]], where the egg hatches and the larva is nourished by special maternal glands until fully developed.
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Revision as of 00:31, 14 September 2013

adenotrophic viviparity: Reproduction characterized by fully developed, shelled eggs passing to and retained in the uterus, where the egg hatches and the larva is nourished by special maternal glands until fully developed.