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  • proper noun A taxonomic phylum within the superphylum Protostomia — the groundworms.

Etymologies

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From Ancient Greek νῆμα (nēma, "thread") + -oda, irregular form of -oidea.

Examples

  • The evolution of tissue migration in parasitic nematodes Nematoda: Strongylida inferred from a protein-coding mitochondrial gene.

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  • Arthropoda for 150 years were believed to originate from Annelida, but now they are derived from Nematoda.

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  • The evolution of tissue migration in parasitic nematodes Nematoda: Strongylida inferred from a protein-coding mitochondrial gene.

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  • The evolution of tissue migration in parasitic nematodes Nematoda: Strongylida inferred from a protein-coding mitochondrial gene.

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  • Some nematode species Nematoda may be active outside of water at very high humidities, and thus, may also be considered truly terrestrial.

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  • We find the vascular system in this very simple form to-day in the Bryozoa, Rotatoria, Nematoda, and other lower Vermalia.

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  • Citation: "Nematoda from the terrestrial deep subsurface of South Africa."

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  • Citation: "Nematoda from the terrestrial deep subsurface of South Africa."

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  • Additional list Tylenchida (Nematoda) Korea description species

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  • Slide 79: Nematoda: Round worms  Often parasitic  Digestive system 

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