taeniid


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tae·ni·id

(tē-nē'id),
Common name for a member of the family Taeniidae.

tae·ni·id

(tē-nē'id)
Common name for a member of the family Taeniidae.
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Taeniid tapeworms have a global economic impact because of the sickness and death they can cause in humans and the production losses in domestic stock, including cattle and swine.
Hoberg's team's research provides new information for understanding the association between taeniid tapeworms and humans.
Figure 2 shows phylogenetic trees of newly generated 12s rRNA (panel A) and concatenated cox1/nad1 (panel B) sequences and representative taeniid sequences.
Members of the newly proposed genus Versteria have morphologic features that distinguish them from members of the other taeniid genera, such as miniature rostellar hooks, small scolex, rostellum, and suckers; a short strobili; and a small number of testes (1).
Encysted taeniid metacestodes can remain dormant for years before asexual multiplication (13); thus, this animal could have become infected at virtually any point in its life.
DNA samples were extracted from taeniid proglottids except for patient 7, for whom DNA was extracted from 2 scolices.
asiatica in which 3 human taeniid cestodes are sympatrically distributed (1).
Bowles J, McManus DE Genetic characterization of the Asian Taenia, a newly described taeniid cestode of humans.