What is another word for lipless?
[ lˈɪpləs], [ lˈɪpləs], [ l_ˈɪ_p_l_ə_s]
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How to use "Lipless" in context?
lipless coral refers to corals that have no lip tissue, which is the thin skin that lines the coral's coral skeleton. Lipless corals are often found in colder waters and are more prone to damage from predators and other organisms. Some benefits of having a lipless coral are that they are less susceptible to bleaching, they are able to photosynthesize more energetically than lip tissue corals, and they often produce more colorful corals.
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