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Involute , Skip to main content involute involute Having edges that roll under or inwards. Applied to those coiled cephalopods (Cephalopoda) where the final who… Connate , connate From the Latin connatus, meaning ‘born together’. 1. Applied to similar organs (e.g. leaves or petals) that are joined together. Compare adna… Cyclomorphosis , cyclomorphosis Seasonal change in body shape found in rotifers (phylum Rotifera), and in cladoceran Crustacea (phylum Arthropoda). In cladocerans, e.… puszta , puszta Hungarian grassland, similar to the North American prairie. puszta Hungarian grassland, similar to the N. American prairie. Kithara , kithara. Ancient Gr. str. instr. shaped like lyre but plucked by fingers. Cephalic Index , cephalic index n. a measure of the shape of a skull, commonly used in craniometry.