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mes·o·neph·ros(mĕz′ə-nĕf′rəs, -rŏs′, mĕs′-)
The second of the three excretory organs that develop in a vertebrate embryo, becoming the functioning kidney in fish and amphibians but replaced by the metanephros in birds, reptiles, and mammals. Also called Wolffian body.
[meso- + Greek nephros, kidney.]