Definition of Microphallus. Meaning of Microphallus. Synonyms of Microphallus

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- Microphallus piriformes causes its host, the rough periwinkle, to move upwards, making it more vulnerable to predation by herring gulls. Microphallus...
- data show that Microphallus turgidus is a single outbred species with high levels of gene flow among South Island po****tions. Microphallus turgidus is commonly...
- Microphallus nicolli is a species of digenean parasite in the genus Microphallus. Recorded hosts include the marsh rice rat (Oryzomys palustris) in a saltmarsh...
- Dermatobranchus microphallus is a species of sea slug, a nudibranch, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Arminidae. This species occurs in the Indo-Pacific...
- been linked to genital abnormalities or a smaller than normal **** (microphallus). A 2016 Korean study found that newborn male cir****cision is ****ociated...
- Microphallus basodactylophallus is a species of digenean parasite in the genus Microphallus. It was first described in 1969, as Carneophallus basodactylophallus...
- Vaginoplasty Correction of congenital conditions congenital adrenal hyperplasia microphallus repair hypospadias repair pseudo****l perineoscrotal hypospadias repair...
- Microphallus piriformes is a parasitic trematode (fluke). It belongs to the Plagiorchiata, a large suborder of the digenean fluke order Plagiorchiida....
- different microhabitats. One such organism is the trematode (flatworm) Microphallus turgidus, present in brackish water marshes in the southeastern United...
- "Transdermal dihydrotestosterone therapy and its effects on patients with microphallus". Journal of Urology. 150 (2 Pt 2): 657–660. doi:10.1016/s0022-5347(17)35576-3...
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