corpus al|la|tum


corpus al|la|tum
corpus al|la|tum «uh LAY tuhm», plural corpora allata.
Zoology. a gland lying behind the brain of an insect, secreting hormones that are involved in molting and metamorphosis.
[< New Latin corpus allatum applied body]

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