Cestodaria

Cestodaria is one of two subclasses of the class Cestoda. The Cestodaria subclass is made up of Amphilinidea and Gyrocotylidea. The larvae have ten hooks on posterior end. ...
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Cestodaria

(from the article `flatworm`) ...except in Cestodaria, adult stages almost entirely parasites of vertebrates; life cycles complicated with 1 or more intermediate hosts; about ...
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Cestodaria

(ses″to-dar┬┤e-ә) a subclass of Cestoidea, the unsegmented tapeworms of that class, which are endoparasitic in the intestines and coelom of various primitive fishes and rarely in reptiles.
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Cestodaria

A subclass of the class Cestoidea, containing tapeworms that lack a scolex and are unsegmented (monozoic), in contrast to the typical tapeworms in the subclass Cestoda; larvae of c. (called lycophora) characteristically have 10 hooklets rather than six. Cestodaria are believed to be primitive tapeworms, parasitizing the intestine and celomic caviti...
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Cestodaria

Type: Term Pronunciation: ses′tō-dā′rē-ă Definitions: 1. A subclass of the class Cestoidea, containing tapeworms that lack a scolex and are unsegmented (monozoic), in contrast to the typical tapeworms in the subclass Cestoda; larvae of c. (called lycophora) characteristically have ten hooklets rather than six. Cestod...
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