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Zoology Ch. 10

sucker. the ventral sucker of a fluke. A sucker on the scolex of a tapeworm. acetabulum
juvenile digenetic trematode produced by asexual reproduction within a sporocyst or redia. cercariae are free-swimming and have a digestive tract,suckers, and a tail cercaria
larva with a ciliated epithelium hatching from the egg of certain cestodes coracidia
metacestode developing from the oncosphere in most Cyclophyllidea. cysticercus
posterior attachment organ of a monogenetic trematode opisthaptor
the development of sexual maturity in the larval body form paedomorphosis
cestode developing from a coracidium in some orders. usually has a posterior cercomer procercoid larva
one set of reproductive organs in a tapeworm strobila. usually corresponds with a segment. proglottid
primitive osmoregulatory or excretory organ composed of a tubule terminating internally with a flame cellor solenocyte. protonephridia
a larval, digenetic trematode produced by asexual reproduction within a miracidium, sporocyst, or mother redia redia
A rodlike structure in the cells of the epidermis or underlying parenchyma in certain turbellarians that is discharged in mucous secretions, possibly in response to attempted predation or desiccation rhabdite
An asexual stage of development in some digenean trematodes that arises from a miracidiumand gives rise to rediae sporocyst
Created by: rburrier