\\|en(ˌ)dō+\ noun
Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary end- + sternite
: a part of the endoskeleton of an arthropod:
a. : the part of one apodeme of a crustacean derived from the membrane between sternal plates
c. : one of the ventral segmental parts of the insect endoskeleton

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