the branch of dealing with the constituents of the animal body; animal .
the branch of biochemistry that is concerned with the constituents of an animal’s body
any of various symbiotic green algae in the cytoplasm of certain freshwater invertebrates, as stentors and hydras. Historical Examples Diameter 25 to 80µ; pseudopodia twice as long as the body diameter; the plasm often contains chlorophyll bodies (zoochlorella). Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole Gary N. Calkins They may be colorless, or yellow and green through […]
a plant whose structure adapts it for dispersion by animals.
- Zoo doo
noun compost made from the dung of zoo animals
any protozoan that lacks photosynthetic pigment and feeds on organic matter: often parasitic.