Definition of Trematode worm

1. Noun. Parasitic flatworms having external suckers for attaching to a host.

Exact synonyms: Fluke, Trematode
Generic synonyms: Flatworm, Platyhelminth
Group relationships: Class Trematoda, Trematoda
Specialized synonyms: Fasciola Hepatica, Liver Fluke, Fasciolopsis Buski, Blood Fluke, Schistosome



Definition of Trematode worm

1. Noun. the trematode ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trematode Worm

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trelice
trellis
trellised
trellises
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trematode
trematode infections
trematode worm (current term)
trematodea
trematodes
trematoid
trembathite
tremble
tremble dance
tremble dances
trembled
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Literary usage of Trematode worm

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1. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1855)
"Description of a New Species of trematode worm (Fasciola gigantica).* By T. SPENCER COBBOLD, MD, tfcc. (Plate VII.) In a paper :< On the Anatomy of the ..."

2. Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh (1858)
"Notes on a Species of Nostoc or Sky-Jelly (specimen exhibited by Dr Heddle). By ALEXANDER BRYSON, Esq. III. Description of a New Species of trematode worm, ..."

3. On Animal and Vegetable Parasites of the Human Body: A Manual of Their by Friedrich Küchenmeister (1857)
"... standing in an intimate developmental connection, we must finally inquire also from what species of cestode worm a certain trematode worm is derived? ..."

4. General Outline of the Organisation of the Animal Kingdom by Thomas Rymer Jones (1855)
"In this state of development there is found a sheath formed of several layers, in the interior of which is a trematode worm (Am- ..."

5. The Cyclopædia of Anatomy and Physiology. by Robert Bentley Todd (1859)
"Thus for example, io the development of a trematode worm ... from the Alga to the Protozoon, and from the Protozoon to the trematode worm. ..."

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