Hepatopancreas



[hep-uh-toh-pan-kree-uh s, -pang-, hi-pat-uh-] /ˌhɛp ə toʊˈpæn kri əs, -ˈpæŋ-, hɪˌpæt ə-/

noun, Anatomy.
1.
a large gland of shrimps, lobsters, and crabs that combines the functions of a liver and .

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