strobila

(stro-bi´lә) the chain of proglottids constituting the bulk of the body of adult tapeworms, sometimes considered to constitute the entire body, including the head, neck, and proglottids.
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Strobila

• (n.) A mature tapeworm. • (n.) A form of the larva of certain Discophora in a state of development succeeding the scyphistoma. The body of the strobila becomes elongated, and subdivides transversely into a series of lobate segments which eventually become ephyrae, or young medusae.
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Strobila

Stro·bi'la noun ; plural Strobilæ . [ New Latin , from Greek ... anything twisted, a pine cone.] (Zoology) (a) A form of the larva of certain Discophora in a state of development succeeding the scyphistoma. The body of the strobila becomes elongated, and subdivides ...
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strobila

Origin: NL, fr. Gr. Anything twisted, a pine cone. ... <zoology> A form of the larva of certain Discophora in a state of development succeeding the scyphistoma. The body of the strobila becomes elongated, and subdivides transversely into a series of lobate segments which eventually become ephyrae, or young medusae. ... A mature tapeworm. ... ...
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STROBILA

The body of a tapeworm parasite, comparised of a chain of segments called proglottids.
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strobila

Type: Term Pronunciation: strō′bi-lă, -lē Definitions: 1. A chain of segments, less the scolex and unsegmented neck portion, of a tapeworm; in the monozoic tapeworms (subclass Cestodaria and some members of the subclass Cestoda), it may consist of a single proglottid.
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