eutely


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eutely

[′yüd·əl·ē]
(biology)
Having the body composed of a constant number of cells, as in certain rotifers.
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1993) incorrectly used eutely (found only in some chaetonotidans) and radial cleavage (gastrotrichs have aberrant bilateral cleavage) as characters defining gastrotrichs as a whole in their analysis.