Protostomia

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Etymology[edit]

from Ancient Greek πρωτο- ‎(prōto-, first) + στόμα ‎(stóma, mouth) +‎ -ia, referring to a theory about the order of embryonic development.

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Protostomia

  1. A taxonomic superphylum within the subkingdom Eumetazoa – the bilateral animals with three germ cells.

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