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ceph·a·li·za·tion
[sef-uh-luh-zey-shuhn]
NOUN [ZOOLOGY.]
1.
a tendency in the development of animals to localization of important organs or parts in or near the head.
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Cephalization - Wikipedia

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Cephalization is considered an evolutionary trend, whereby nervous tissue, over many generations, becomes concentrated toward one end of an organism.

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Dec 3, 2008 ... The differentiation of the anterior (front) end of an organism into a definite head. Considered an evolutionary advance, cephalization is ...

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Cephalization definition, a tendency in the development of animals to localization of important organs or parts in or near the head. See more.

What Is Cephalization in Zoology? | Education - Seattle PI

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Cephalization is an evolutionary trend in which the neurons in an organism become concentrated at one end of its body -- particularly the head region ...

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What Is Cephalization? If I were to ask you to name the parts of a starfish, what would you answer? Well, they obviously have five arms (sometimes more).

Cephalization | Definition of Cephalization by Merriam-Webster

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Define cephalization: a tendency in the evolution of organisms to concentrate the sensory and neural organs in an anterior head.

Bilateral symmetry leads to... Cephalization

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Mar 22, 2016 ... Cephalization is considered an evolutionary trend, whereby nervous tissue, over many generations, becomes concentrated toward one end of ...