entozoa


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en·to·zo·on

 (ĕn′tə-zō′ən)
n. pl. en·to·zo·a (-zō′ə)
Any of various animals, such as tapeworms or trematodes, that inhabit the internal organs or tissues of other animals, usually as parasites.

en′to·zo′ic adj.
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Observations on Entozoa, with notices of several species, including an account of two experiments in regards to the breeding of Taenia serrata and T.
Descriptions of some new species of Entozoa from the collection of the British Museum.