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Definition of the noun nematoda
What does nematoda mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- unsegmented worms: roundworms; threadworms; eelworms
- lexical domain: Animals - nouns denoting animals
- synonyms of Nematoda: Aschelminthes / phylum Aschelminthes / phylum Nematoda
- more generic word: phylum = the major taxonomic group of animals and plants
- member of: animal kingdom / Animalia / kingdom Animalia = taxonomic kingdom comprising all living or extinct animals
- parasitic worm / helminth = worm that is parasitic on the intestines of vertebrates especially roundworms and tapeworms and flukes
- class Aphasmidia / Aphasmidia = one of two subgroups of Nematoda used in some classification systems
- class Phasmidia / Phasmidia = one of two subgroups of Nematoda used in some classification systems
- nematode worm / roundworm / nematode = unsegmented worms with elongated rounded body pointed at both ends
- family Ascaridae / Ascaridae = large roundworms parasitic in intestines of vertebrates
- family Oxyuridae / Oxyuridae = pinworms
- family Cephalobidae / Cephalobidae = a family of Nematoda
- family Tylenchidae / Tylenchidae = a family of Nematoda
- family Ancylostomatidae / Ancylostomatidae = hookworms
- family Filariidae / Filariidae = threadlike roundworms
- family Dracunculidae / Dracunculidae = greatly elongated roundworm
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Next Generation Systematics (2016)
by Peter D. Olson, Joseph Hughes, James A. Cotton
Nematoda is a phylum within Metazoa, placed in the superphylum Ecdysozoa ( arthropods, priapulids and allies)...
by Dr. P.S. Verma & Dr. B.P. Pandey
Amongst its various classes, class Nematoda is the most important. Nematodes are aquatic, terrestrial or parasitic, elongated roundworms. Body covered with cuticle, no circulatory and respiratory systems. Alimentary canal complete with ...
by New York State Horticultural Society
The order, Nematoda is a large one, including many species which vary greatly in habits. The majority of the species are, like the " vinegar ell," harmless, feeding upon dead or decaying vegetable matter. A few species attack growing plants; ...
by Western New York Horticultural Society
The order, Nematoda is a large one, including many species which vary greatly in habits. The majority of the species are, like the “vinegar ell,” harmless, feeding upon dead or decaying vegetable matter. A few species attack growing plants; ...
Animal Kingdom (2010)
by D. Bhaskara Rao
Nematoda is the second largest class in the animal kingdom.
by John Ridley
The phylum Nematoda is a class of the phylum Nemathelminthes and includes the true roundworms as well as those called threadworms. Six separate orders of Nematoda contain species that infect humans and other mammals, and it should ...
Plant Nematology (2008)
by N. G. Ravichandra
When it is present, the one consistent observation throughout Nematoda is that the external orifice or pore is always medio-ventral, but its placement along the body is variable.
The order Nematoda is a large one including many species which vary greatly in habits. The majority being harmless, feeding upon the dead or decaying vegetable matter, although a few species are very injurious. The best known is the one ...
by Heinz Mehlhorn, Horst Aspöck
Nematoda Draschia megastoma Habronema spp . Trichostrongylus axei Arthropoda Gasterophilus spp. + + + + + Skin lesions ...
by Hanneke J.G. Baretta-Bekker, Egbert K. Duursma, Bouwe R. Kuipers
Nematoda meap tidetidal period during which the effect of the semidiurnal solartide opposes the semidiurnal lunar tide. The tidal range is small, the high water being lower and the low water being higher than normal. Neap tide occurs ...
by Donald Venes
Nematoda neophallus bladder] The small stinging barb present in jellyfish and some other coelenterates. It can penetrate the skin of saltwater swimmers or divers and cause painful stings. In some rare cases, multiple contact can be fatal.
6000 Scientific Terms Explored and Explained by Michael Allaby
A cyst nematode (Nematoda) that feeds principally on brassica crops (Brassicaceae, formerly called Cruciferae ). Females are white with plump, almost spherical bodies, and the cyst is dark ...
A Dictionary of Ecology (2010)
by Michael Allaby
Nematoda 258 Nematoda (eelworms, roundworms, threadworms) A phylum of worms that vary greatly in size up to about 5cm, although most are microscopically small. The whole body is covered by a tough *cuticle that has flanges, and may ...
by Casey Albert Wood
NEMATODA The Nematoda, or true round worms, constitute a class in which the external appearance is so uniform as to afford a means of ready recognition. They are elongated, nearly cylindrical in form and distinctly monotonous in exterior.
by D.C. Wareham
NEMATODA The class of both freeliving and parasitic animals containing the roundworms and eelworms. Nematode worms occur as ENDOPARASITES in several internal organs, particularly the lung and alimentary canal, of both reptiles and ...
by Peter J. Gosling
Nematoda (parasitology) PHYLUM of INVERTEBRATE animals that contains round, thread and eel WORMS. They have unsegmented bodies that taper at each end. Many nematodes are PARASITES (e.g. filaria). nematode ( parasitology) ...
by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press
Nematoda Invertebrate Zoology, the roundworms and threadworms, a phylum of smooth-skinned unsegmented worms with a long cylindrical body shape tapered at the ends; includes free-living and parasitic forms, both aquatic and terrestrial.
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