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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of rotifers

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of rotifers:
/ɹowtɪfɹ̩z/

Derived Form of rotifers

noun
root word: rotifer
plural: rotifers
verb
root word: rotifer
Noun: rotifer
1
minute aquatic multicellular organisms having a ciliated wheel-like organ for feeding and locomotion; constituents of freshwater plankton
Synonymsrotifer,
Hypernymsinvertebrate,
Type ofinvertebrates,
Part ofphylum Rotifera, Rotifera,

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  1. When theres no rain, the moss and the rotifers dry out. The rotifers stop eating. The mosses
  2. While terrestrial species tend to have small traps and mainly feed on protozoa and rotifers,
  3. and rotifers swimming in water-saturated soil.
  4. For mosses and rotifers, its feast or famine.
  5. When it rains, the water activates the rotifers metabolism and they need to fuel up.
  6. Rotifers, mosses theyre experts at living without water.
  7. that smorgasbord: bacteria, of course, but also fungi, protozoans, rotifers, and nematodes.
  8. some species eat single-celled organisms or even other micro animals including rotifers
  9. And go back six months later, you will find in it rotifers,
  10. and ancient asexuals like bdelloid rotifers.
  11. rotifers?
  12. and some bdelloid rotifers would swim out of it.
  13. How did those bdelloid rotifers survive?
  14. one, relying on illustrations of diatoms and rotifers and other creatures that could then
  15. Thankfully things like nematodes and rotifers actually eat this sort of algae,
  16. Prof: There are no males; bdelloid rotifers do not have
  17. there are some rotifers, some cnidarians,
  18. as they move around, or even crowning more complex organisms like rotifers to help them