Laurer canal

Lau·rer ca·nal

(lowr'ĕr),
a tube originating on the surface of the ootype of trematodes, directed dorsally to or near the surface; it may have originally served as a vagina or possibly as a reservoir of excess shell material.

Lau·rer ca·nal

(lowr'er kă-nal')
A tube originating on the surface of the ootype of trematodes, directed dorsally to or near the surface; it may have originally served as a vagina or possibly as a reservoir of excess shell material.

Laurer,

Johann F., German pharmacologist, 1798-1873.
Laurer canal - a tube originating on the surface of the ootype of trematodes.
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