gastropod

英 ['gæstrəpɒd]
  • n. [无脊椎] 腹足类动物
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gastropod 腹足类动物

gastro-, 胃,腹。-pod, 足。

gastropod (n.)
1826, gasteropod (spelling without -e- by 1854), from Modern Latin Gasteropoda, name of a class of mollusks, from Greek gaster (genitive gastros) "stomach" (see gastric) + pous (genitive podos) "foot," from PIE root *ped- (1) "a foot" (see foot (n.)). From the ventral position of the mollusk's "foot."
1. Most marine gastropod mollusks develop a ciliate swimming organ in certain larval stages.
大多数海洋腹足纲软体动物在某些幼体阶段形成一种有纤毛的游泳器官。

来自辞典例句

2. The species found sporadically along Myanmar coastal areas is Melo melo, a gastropod.
此物腹足动物种在缅甸沿海区域MELO偶有发现.

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