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digenetic

 [di-jĕ-net´ik]
having two stages of multiplication, one sexual in the mature forms, the other asexual in the larval stages.

di·ge·net·ic

(dī'jĕ-net'ik),
1. Pertaining to or characterized by digenesis. Synonym(s): heteroxenous
2. Pertaining to the digenetic fluke.

digenetic

/di·ge·net·ic/ (di″jah-net´ik) having two stages of multiplication, one sexual in the mature forms, the other asexual in the larval stages.

digenetic

(dī′jə-nĕt′ĭk)
adj.
Having two or more hosts through the course of the life cycle, as in some parasites, such as trematodes.

di·ge·net·ic

(dī'jĕ-net'ik)
1. Pertaining to or characterized by digenesis.
Synonym(s): heteroxenous.
2. Pertaining to the digenetic fluke.

digenetic

(of an organism such as a parasite) requiring an alternation of hosts.

digenetic

1. having two stages of multiplication, one sexual in the mature forms, the other asexual in the larval stages.
2. belonging to the subclass of flukes Digenea.

digenetic trematodes
see digenea.
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Germinal development in the sporocysts and rediae of the digenetic trematodes.
Some specimens were prepared for scanning electron microscopy (SEM) using standard techniques for digenetic trematodes, then examined at different accelerating voltages (5-10 kV) and working distances, using a Leica Stereoscan 420 SEM.
Synopsis of the digenetic trematodes of vertebrates.
However, seasonal dynamics in the maturation cycles of digenetic trematodes of fresh water fishes are well documented .
Digenetic Trematodes (Cryptogonimidae, Acanthos tominae)parasites of the caiman, Caiman crocodilus yacare (Reptilia, Crocodylia) from the Pantanal Mato-grossense,Brazil, with the description of a new species.
Because dispersal stages of digenetic trematodes have life spans of 24 h or less (McCarthy, 1999; Toledo et al.
Retinoid exposure has been associated exclusively with mirror-image limb duplications (6); this was also the principal lesion documented by Sessions and Ruth (5) in Pacific tree frogs, Hyla regilla, exposed to digenetic trematodes.
Spatial variation for infection by digenetic trematodes in a population of freshwater snails (Potamopyrgus antipodarum).
Snails infected by digenetic trematodes are sterilized, and hence they were excluded from the data set prior to statistical analysis.