pseudocele (plural pseudoceles)
- Alternative form of
- 1970, Relis Bastian Brown, General Biology, page 325:
- The intestine continues digestion and absorbs and stores food, allowing some to diffuse into the pseuodcele and about the body.
- 1984, Paul Chester Beaver, Rodney Clifton Jung, & Eddie Wayne Cupp, Clinical parasitology, page 224:
- The body cavity is a pseudocele (i.e., it is not lined with mesothelium). All of the viscera, including the digestive system, the excretory system (primitively), and the reproductive system, are suspended in the pseudocele.
- 2001, Fernando Simón, Claudio & Genchi, Heartworm infection in humans and animals, →ISBN, page 22:
- The uterus occupies the pseudocele, rolling upon itself at intervals and extending in the posterior quarter of the body, where it narrows towards fine thin oviducts.