Nematoda

Definition of Nematoda

Nem`a`to´da
prop. n. p1.(Zool.) A phylum of worms, having a long, round, and generally smooth body; the roundworms. They are mostly parasites, in plants and animals, but some are free-living in soil or water. Also called Nematoidea.

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Ancylostomatidae, animal kingdom, Animalia, Aphasmidia, Ascaridae, Aschelminthes, Cephalobidae, class Aphasmidia, class Phasmidia, Dracunculidae, family Ancylostomatidae, family Ascaridae, family Cephalobidae, family Dracunculidae, family Filariidae, family Oxyuridae, family Tylenchidae, Filariidae, helminth, kingdom Animalia, nematode, nematode worm, Oxyuridae, parasitic worm, Phasmidia, phylum, phylum Aschelminthes, phylum Nematoda, roundworm, Tylenchidae
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Neither head nor tail
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