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- British term for Bryozoa
- ‘In Polyzoa, the budding goes on during the entire year.’
- ‘It is this social character, indeed, which gives the plant-like form to the Hydrozoa and Polyzoa, the Polypes and Zoophytes of the older naturalists.’
Modern Latin (plural), from poly- many + zōion animal.
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