Definition of Digenea. Meaning of Digenea. Synonyms of Digenea

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Definition of Digenea

Digenea
Digenea Di*ge"ne*a, n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. di- = di`s- twice + ? race, offspring.] (Zo["o]l.) A division of Trematoda in which alternate generations occur, the immediate young not resembling their parents.

Meaning of Digenea from wikipedia

- Digenea (Gr. Dis – double, Genos – race) is a cl**** of trematodes in the Platyhelminthes phylum, consisting of parasitic flatworms (known as flukes) with...
- shares a single external membrane. Trematodes are divided into two groups, Digenea and Aspidogastrea (also known as Aspodibothrea). These are often called...
- and may also infect turtles and fish, including cartilaginous fish. The Digenea, the majority of trematodes, are obligate parasites of both mollusks and...
- Diplostomida is an order of trematodes in the subcl**** Digenea. It is synonymous with Strigeida Poche, 1926. Order Diplostomida Suborder Diplostomata...
- Raphael; Bullard, Stephen A. (2016). "Two new genera of fish blood flukes (Digenea: Aporocotylidae) from catfishes in the Peruvian Amazon". Journal of Parasitology...
- Bakke (April) 1980. A revision of the family Leucochloridiidae Poche (Digenea) and studies on the morphology of Leucochloridium paradoxum Carus, 1835...
- Glycogen granules in Spermiogenesis in Pleurogenidae (Digenea)...
- & Cribb, T. H. (1997). The subfamily Aephnidiogeninae Yamaguti, 1934 (Digenea: Lepocreadiidae), its status and that of the genera Aephnidiogenes Nicoll...
- emend. Martin, Cutmore & Cribb, 2017 Gibson, D. I. (1976). Monogenea and Digenea from fishes. Discovery Reports, 36, 179–266. Yamaguti, S. (1951). Studies...
- (2012). "An annotated list of fish parasites (Isopoda, Copepoda, Monogenea, Digenea, Cestoda, Nematoda) collected from Snappers and Bream (Lutjanidae, Nemipteridae...
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