Definición de Acanthocephala en inglés:

Acanthocephala

Silabificación: A·can·tho·ceph·a·la
Pronunciación: /əˌkanTHōˈsefələ
 
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Zoology
  • A small phylum of parasitic invertebrates that comprises the thorny-headed worms.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Nielsen and Nielsen et al. come to generally comparable results, although sometimes the additional taxa Rotifera, Acanthocephala and Chaetognatha were included in Aschelminthes.
    • Micrognathozoa lack this characteristic feature and, therefore, are postulated to be more basal in the Gnathifera, as a sister-group either to Gnathostomulida or Rotifera / Acanthocephala.
    • The sister - group relationship between Gnathostomulida and Rotifera + Acanthocephala was first mentioned by Rieger and Tyler.

Derivativos

acanthocephalan

adjetivo & sustantivo
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  • Alewives caught off the Atlantic coast were found to host the following parasites: acanthocephalans, cestode, trematodes, copepods, and nematodes.
  • However, among helminth parasites, e.g., trematodes, cestodes, nematodes, and acanthocephalans, this is not the case.
  • Parsimony analyses recover a paraphyletic Rotifera, where a bdelloid rotifer and acanthocephalans form a monophyletic clade.

acanthocephalid

adjetivo & sustantivo
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  • Numerous acanthocephalids are also attached to the mucosa of the cecum and the cecal-colic junction.

Origen

modern Latin, from acantho- 'thorn' + Greek kephalē 'head'.

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