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- proper n. A taxonomic class within the phylum Platyhelminthes — many parasitic flatworms, flukes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In Cuvier's system of classification, the second family of parenchymatous entozoa, containing the flukes proper, the hectocotyls of cephalopods, and the planarian larvæ of turbellarians. See cuts under Cercaria, Bucephalus, and water-vascular.
- An extensive order of parasitic and chiefly entoparasitic worms, which may be found inside the bodies of almost any animal, and sometimes on the gills or skin of fishes; the flukes or fluke-worms.
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- n. parasitic flatworms (including flukes)
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Agamogenesis, such as that exhibited by some 'Trematoda' and by the
Flukes: Parasitic flatworms belonging to the class Trematoda.
Molecular evidence linking hominid evolution to recent radiation of schistosomes Platyhelminthes: Trematoda.
Below were some pictures labeled Class Turbellaria and Class Trematoda.
 If, on the contrary, we follow the analogy of the more complex forms of Agamogenesis, such as that exhibited by some _Trematoda_ and by the _Aphides_, the Hyæna must produce, asexually, a brood of asexual
_Trematoda_ and by the _Aphides_, the Hyæna must produce, non-sexually, a brood of sexless Dogs, from which other sexless Dogs must proceed.
We examine platyhelminth genomes and transcriptomes and find that all platyhelminth parasites (from classes Cestoda and Trematoda) conform to a biochemical scenario involving, exclusively, a selenium-dependent linked thioredoxin-glutathione system having TGR as a central redox hub.
Additional natural experimental hosts intraspecific variation Posthodiplostomum minimum (Trematoda - Diplostomatidae)
12 If, on the contrary, we follow the analogy of the more complex forms of Agamogenesis, such as that exhibited by some ‘Trematoda’ and by the