Metazoa

Metazoa

[met-uh-zoh-uh]
noun
a zoological group comprising the multicellular animals.

Origin:
1870–75; < Neo-Latin; see meta-, -zoa

metazoan, adjective, noun
metazoic, metazoal, adjective
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Metazoa Met·a·zo·a (mět'ə-zō'ə)
n.
A subdivision of the animal kingdom that includes all multicellular animal organisms having cells that are differentiated and form tissues and organs.


met'a·zo'an adj. & n.
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