Difference between revisions of "whorl"

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|etymology=Anglo-Saxon <i>hweorfan</i>, to turn
 
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|definition=([[Mollusca]]: Gastropoda) 1. Any complete coil of a helicocone. 2. The exposed surface of any complete coil of a helicocone.
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|definition=([[Mollusca]]: [[Gastropoda]]) 1. Any complete coil of a [[helicocone]]. 2. The exposed surface of any complete coil of a [[helicocone]].
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Revision as of 23:42, 13 September 2013

whorl (noun; Anglo-Saxon hweorfan, to turn): (Mollusca: Gastropoda) 1. Any complete coil of a helicocone. 2. The exposed surface of any complete coil of a helicocone.