Definition of Redia. Meaning of Redia. Synonyms of Redia

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Definition of Redia

Redia
Redia Re"di*a (r?"d?*?), n.; pl. L. Redi[ae] (-[=e]), E. Redias (-?z). [NL.; of uncertain origin.] (Zo["o]l.) A kind of larva, or nurse, which is prroduced within the sporocyst of certain trematodes by asexual generation. It in turn produces, in the same way, either another generation of redi[ae], or else cercari[ae] within its own body. Called also proscolex, and nurse. See Illustration in Appendix.

Meaning of Redia from wikipedia

- Redia or redia may refer to: A synonym for the plant genus Cleidion, of the family Euphorbiaceae A stage in the development of a trematode A dipstick for...
- After the sporocyst form the larva. The first development from it forms the redia. They have a mouth which allows them to have an advantage to their competitors...
- parasite Trematode. It develops within the germinal cells of the sporocyst or redia. A cercaria has a tapering head with large penetration glands. It may or...
- Bernardinelli, I. 2000. Distribution of the oak lace bug, Corythucha arcuata(Say) in northern Italy (Heteroptera, Tingidae). Redia L****III: 157-162....
- sporocyst where the parasite replicates itself, producing lots of tiny embryos (redia). These embryos move to the brood sac and mature into cercaria. Trematodes...
- Mars was named in his honor. The larval stage of parasitic fluke called "redia" is named after Redi by another Italian zoologist, Filippo de Filippi, in...
- snail intermediate host → (parthenogenesis in 24 hours) sporocystrediadaughter rediacercaria → (gets outside the snail) → metacercaria → infection...
- History Museum Bern. Retrieved 2019-05-09. Caporiacco, L. di (1949). "L'aracnofauna della Romagna in base alle raccolte Zangheri". Redia. 34: 237–288....
- and Cnephasia amseli (D. Lucas, 1942) found in Italy, two Cnephasiini little known for the European fauna (Lepidoptera Tortricidae). — Redia 86: 67-70...
- Network of Information and Do****entation on Latin America), the European organization Of or concerning a redia, a stage in the development of a trematode...
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