phoro-, phor-, -phora, -phorous, -phoresis, -phore, -phori, -phoria +
(Greek > Latin: bearer, to bear, carrying; producing, transmission; directing, turning; originally to carry or to bear children)
2. Bearing (carrying) or containing the name of a god.
2. A flat bag containing certain salts that produce heat when moistened; used as a substitute for a hot-water bag.
3. An instrument for estimating heat sensibility as applied locally to a body part.
Trichogyne is the slender, hairlike cell that receives the fertilizing particles, or antherozoids, in red seaweeds.2. One of the saclike organs from which the setae of annelids arise.
2. The free-swimming, pear-shaped, generally translucent larval form of marine annelids, mollusks, and related invertebrates.
Externally it has a prominent circlet of cilia, internally a complete digestive tract, a pair of excretory tubes, muscle and nerve fibers, sense organs, and a band of mesoderm.
2. Having the function of supplying provisions or nutritional elements.