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Results for: parasitic flatworm Translations: 1 – 30 / 115 English English parasitic flatworm Cestoda (about parasitic fungi) moving from host to host during development (Biology), living on different hosts heteroecious (Medicine) infection caused by parasitic bacteria from the genus Schistosoma (causes anemia, pain, and organ malfunction), bilharziasis, illness cause by blood infection, snail fever schistosomiasis (Medicine) serious infection caused by ingestion of meat infected with the parasitic worm trichina (symptoms include fever, muscle pain, diarrhea, and sever perspiration), disease caused by a parasitic worm trichinosis (Zoology) expert on nematology (study of parasitic worms, study of nematodes) nematologist acanthocephalan, parasitic worm with hooked spines spiny-headed worm act of infecting with trichina (parasitic worm which lives in the intestine and whose larva encysts in muscle tissue) trichinization anaerobic spirochetes of the genus Treponema (some of which are parasitic to warm blooded animals) treponema ancylostomiasis, any of a number of parasitic blood-sucking worms which inhabit the intestines of humans and other animals, hookworm disease, parasitic worm hookworm any member of the class Trematoda of parasitic flatworms with one or more external suckers, fluke trematode any of a number of parasitic worms belonging to the family Strongylidae strongyl any of a number of parasitic worms belonging to the family Strongylidae strongyle any of several species of bacteria from the genus Rickettsia, type of parasitic bacteria which can cause serious diseases in humans, parasitic bacterium causing disease rickettsia any of several types of parasitic bacteria (of which some types are pathogenic to humans and animals), bacterium mycobacterium aquatic flatworm turbellarian bacterium, type of spherical bacteria which occurs in irregular masses and is often pigmented and parasitic micrococcus bilharzia, parasitic flatworm schistosome capsule containing spores (one of the stages in the development of certain parasitic worms); spore case (Botany) sporocyst catch crabs, complain; criticize; fish for crabs, crab apple, crab louse, crane, crustacean resembling crab, flat crustacean, flesh of crab, fly into crosswind, flying maneuver, lice infestation, make bad tempered, parasitic louse in pubic hair, pubic ... crab cestode, parasitic flatworm that infests the intestinal tracts of humans and other vertebrates, parasitic worm tapeworm chemical worm killer, drug or poison for killing worms (especially parasitic intestinal worms), remedy for parasitic worms vermicide chigoe, harvest mite, parasitic larva, parasitic larvae of mites, red bug chigger Christmas decoration, green plant with yellowish flowers and waxy white berries that grows parasitically on other trees (native to Europe, northern Africa, and Asia), parasitic shrub, plant resembling mistletoe mistletoe class of flatworm, type of flatworm which lives in water planarian class of parasitic worms which have rows of thorn-like hooks acanthocephala compound formerly used against parasitic worms, crystalline compound derived from the santonica plant (used in medications) santonin contagious skin disease, skin disease of humans and animals (caused by parasitic mites) scabies controlling parasitic worms, substance for controlling parasitic worms anthelminthic delouse, mess up, spoil (Slang); complicate, confuse (Slang); remove lice from, offensive term, parasitic insect, person who is worthy of contempt (Slang), small flightless parasitic insect which lives on the bodies of humans and other mammals, small i... louse destructive to parasitic worms, substance killing parasitic worms anthelmintic; anthelminthic
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