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di·ge·net·ic

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

digenetic

(ˌdaɪdʒɪˈnɛtɪk)
adj
1. (Zoology) of or relating to digenesis
2. (Biology) (of parasites) having two hosts
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The fish were anesthetized using MS222 and killed, the internal organs were removed, dissected and examined under a Nikon SMZ 800 dissection microscope for the presence of digenetic trematodes.
Spatial variation in infection by digenetic trematodes in a population of freshwater snails (Potamopyrgus antipodarum).
Although these digenetic trematodes of the Opisthorchiidae family are closely related to the genera Clonorchis and Opisthorchis, there are morphologic differences.
Fasciolosis, caused by the digenetic trematodes of the genus Fasciola, is one of the most important plant borne helminthes infections of human and livestock in many parts of the world.
Synopsis of digenetic trematodes of vertebrates volumes I and II.
However, seasonal dynamics in the maturation cycles of digenetic trematodes of fresh water fishes are well documented .
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.
digenetic trematodes, and ciliates were detected from Crassostrea iredalei from the coast of the Philippines (Erazo-Pagador 2010).
Ancylid snails as intermediate hosts of Megalodiscus temperatus and other digenetic trematodes.
2%) were infested with one to two undescribed digenetic trematodes.
Helminths included an unidentified turbellarian (prevalence 1% to 4%) observed at three sites and the digenetic trematodes Echinostoma sp.