In biology, metamerism is the phenomenon of having a linear series of body
segments fundamentally similar in structure, though not all such structures are
entirely alike in any single life form beca...
Define metamere: any of a linear series of primitively similar segments into which
the body of a higher ... Origin and Etymology of metamere ... Medical Dictionary ...
metamere met·a·mere n. Any of the homologous segments, lying in a longitudinal
series, that compose the body of certain animals, such as lobsters. Also called ...
Any of the homologous segments that compose the bodies of certain animals; a
somite. met′a·mer′ic (-mĕr′ĭk, -mîr′-) adj. met′a·mer′i·cal·ly adv.
metamere. Play met·a·mere. Use metamere in a sentence. any of a longitudinal
series of similar segments making up the body of a worm, crayfish, etc. Origin of ...
metamere: Any of the homologous segments, lying in a longitudinal series, that ...
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Oct 3, 2005 ... Metamere. Home » Metamere. metamere. (Science: biology) unit of segmentation
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Metamerism (Biol) The symmetry of a metameric structure; serial symmetry; the
state of being made up of metameres. ***. Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia.
having the body divided into successive metameres or segments, as in
earthworms or lobsters.