Macroparasite

Macroparasites are parasites that are large enough to be seen with the naked eye, in contrast to microparasites. They grow in one host but reproduce by infective stages outside of this host. These generally include ticks, mites, nematodes, flatworms, etc., and can be either external parasites (ectoparasitic) or internal parasites (endoparasitic). ...
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macroparasite

A parasite, such as a louse or an intestinal worm, that is visible to the naked eye. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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macroparasite

macroparasite A parasite, such as a louse or an intestinal worm, that is big enough to be visible to the 'naked' eye.
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macroparasite

Type: Term Pronunciation: mak′rō-par′ă-sīt Definitions: 1. A parasite, such as a louse or an intestinal worm, that is visible to the naked eye.
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