Difference between revisions of "pedal glands"

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|definition=([[Rotifera]]: Bdelloidea) Glands in the retractile foot, opening through the toes, that secrete an adhesive to attach the animal to the substrate while feeding.
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|definition=([[Rotifera]]: Bdelloidea) Glands in the [[retractile]] [[foot]], opening through the toes, that secrete an adhesive to attach the [[animal]] to the [[substrate]] while feeding.
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Latest revision as of 00:35, 14 September 2013

pedal glands: (Rotifera: Bdelloidea) Glands in the retractile foot, opening through the toes, that secrete an adhesive to attach the animal to the substrate while feeding.