Definition of Procercoids

1. procercoid [n] - See also: procercoid



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Procercoids

proceeding
proceedings
proceeds
proceleusmatic
proceleusmatics
procellarian
procellarians
procellariiform seabird
procellous
procentriole
procephalic
proceptive
proceptivity
procercoid
procercoids (current term)
procerebra
procerebrum
procerite
procerites
procerity
procerus
process
process-server
process cheese
process color
process colors
process hot water
process of monition
process oil

Literary usage of Procercoids

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1. Animal Parasites and Human Disease by Asa Crawford Chandler (1922)
"... certain species of Cyclops and Diaptomus, copepod crustaceans, into larvae which are called procercoids. In 12 to 15 days these larvae are about 0.4 mm. ..."

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