Definition of Mesozoa. Meaning of Mesozoa. Synonyms of Mesozoa

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Definition of Mesozoa

Mesozoa
Mesozoa Mes`o*zo"a, n. pl. [NL. See Mesozoic.] (Zo["o]l.) A group of very lowly organized, wormlike parasites, including the Dicyemata. They are found in cephalopods. See Dicyemata.

Meaning of Mesozoa from wikipedia

- The Mesozoa (singular: mesozoan) are minuscule, worm-like parasites of marine invertebrates. Generally, these tiny, elusive creatures consist of a somatoderm...
- Traditionally, dicyemids have been grouped with the Orthonectida in the Mesozoa, and, as of 2017, molecular evidence appears to confirm this. However,...
- This list of invertebrates of California lists invertebrate species (animals without a backbone) that are found in the US State of California. This list...
- now an annelid family). On the other hand, the highly parasitic phylum Mesozoa was divided into two phyla (Orthonectida and Rhombozoa) when it was discovered...
- List of bilateral animal orders contains the Bilateria of the animal subkingdom Eumetazoa, divided into four superphyla, Deuterostomia, and the three Protostome...
- "branches" of the subkingdom Metazoa. The branch contained only one group: Mesozoa. More recently, some have used the name to refer to a sub-kingdom of three...
- Tardigrada Phylum Arthropoda Gnathifera Phylum Gnathostomulida Phylum Rotifera Mesozoa Phylum Dicyemida Phylum Orthonectida Rouphozoa Phylum Gastrotricha Phylum...
- order of the phylum Mesozoa, recent study shows that orthonectids are quite different from the rhombozoans, the other group in Mesozoa. The genome of one...
- Infrakingdom Chordonia Phylum Urochorda Phylum Chordata Subkingdom Mesozoa Phylum Mesozoa Under Cavalier-Smith's proposed cl****ification system, protozoa...
- The taxonomy of invertebrates as proposed by Richard C. Brusca and Gary J. Brusca in 2003 is a system of cl****ification with emphasis on the invertebrates...
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