kenozooid

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kenozooid (noun; Greek kenos, empty; zoon, animal; eidos, like): (Bryozoa) 1. In Stenolaemata, a polymorph without a lophophore, gut, muscles, and orifice. 2. In Gymnolaemata, a polymorph without an orificial wall or equivalent, lophophore, alimentary canal, and usually muscles.