Amphiphilic



any of many organic compounds, as a surfactant, detergent, bile salt, or phospholipid, composed of hydrophilic and hydrophobic portions.

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    any of numerous small, flat-bodied crustaceans of the group Amphipoda, including the beach fleas, sand hoppers, etc. of or relating to the amphipods. Historical Examples They are also found in some of the semi-terrestrial and purely aquatic amphipod Crustaceans. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 6 Various noun any marine or freshwater crustacean of […]

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    adjective (of certain invertebrates, such as sand hoppers) having both swimming and jumping appendages



  • Amphipolis

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