Deuterostomia

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New Latin from deutero- ‎(second) + Ancient Greek στόμα ‎(stóma, mouth), referring to a theory about the order of embryonic development (compare Protostomia).

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Deuterostomia

  1. A taxonomic infrakingdom within the subkingdom Bilateria.
  2. A taxonomic superphylum within the subkingdom Eumetazoa — a major group of animals.

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