A monogenean fluke.
- Class Monogenea, phylum Platyhelminthes; sometimes treated as a subclass of the class Trematoda.
- Unlike monogeneans, trematodes have no opisthoaptor; instead, they are characterized by one or two suckers.
- These peptides and FMRFamide excite the muscle cells and fibers of tubellarians, digeneans, and monogeneans.
1960s: from modern Latin Monogenea (from Greek monos 'single' + genea 'generation') + -an.
Words that rhyme with monogeneanActaeon, Aegean, aeon (US eon), Augean, Behan, Cadmean, Caribbean, Carolean, Chaldean, Cyclopean, empyrean, epicurean, European, Fijian, Galilean, Hasmonean, Hebridean, Herculean, Ian, Jacobean, Kampuchean, Laodicean, lien, Linnaean (US Linnean), Maccabean, Mandaean (US Mandean), Medicean, Nabataean (US Nabatean), Orphean, paean, paeon, pean, peon, Periclean, piscean, plebeian, Pyrenean, Pythagorean, Sabaean, Sadducean, Sisyphean, skean, Tanzanian, Tennesseean, Terpsichorean, theodicean, Tyrolean
For editors and proofreaders
Line breaks: mono|gen¦ean
Definition of monogenean in:
What do you find interesting about this word or phrase?
Comments that don't adhere to our Community Guidelines may be moderated or removed.