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re·di·a

 (rē′dē-ə)
n. pl. re·di·ae (-dē-ē′)
A larva of certain trematodes that is produced within the sporocyst and that can give rise to additional rediae or to cercariae.

[New Latin, after Francesco Redi (1626-1697), Italian naturalist.]

redia

(ˈriːdɪə)
n, pl -diae (-dɪˌiː)
(Animals) a parasitic larva of flukes that has simple locomotory organs, pharynx, and intestine and gives rise either to other rediae or to a different larva (the cercaria)
[C19: from New Latin, named after Francesco Redi (1629–97), Italian naturalist]

re•di•a

(ˈri di ə)

n., pl. -di•ae (-diˌi)
a cylindrical larva in some trematodes that is produced by a sporocyst and gives rise to daughter rediae or cercariae.
[1875–80; < New Latin, after Francesco Redi (1626?–98), Italian biologist; see -a2]
Translations
rédie
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The eggs hatch in water and go through a series of developmental stages in a snail (miracidium, sporocyst, redia I, redia II, cercaria) and enter the gills, muscles or viscera of fresh-water crustaceans.
The life cycle of Haplorchis pumilio was studied from redia to adult under natural and experimental conditions.
After several developmental stages (sporozoites, redia, and cercariae) free-swimming cercariae leave the intermediate hosts, swim actively through water, and adhere to plants, where they encyst to form metacercariae (the infectious stage).
We sit around the table and talk about diversity, but it may not mean the same thing to each of us here," notes Redia Anderson, chief diversity officer at Deloitte & Touche.
En el otro caso, la creacion de la Comision de Cooperacion Ambiental para America del Norte constituye una coyuntura importante para las organizaciones ambientales, pues es un factor crucial para el seguimiento de las demandas de la REDIA.
Camera (color/ B&W; DV/16/35mm), Ben Caldwell, Landler, Victor Nunez, Bruce Ready, Stacey Cohen-Maitre, William Mackenzie-Smith, Bagir Rafiev, Geza Sinkovics; original Redia camera, Martin M.
Plan de Carreteras de 1962-1977 y programas que siguieron al Plan, como el Programa REDIA (Red de Itinerarios Asfalticos), aprobado en 1962 que afecto a doce itinerarios, fundamentalmente radiales, a los que se anadieron los transversales de Alicante-frontera francesa y Oviedo-San Sebastian.
Segun Yamaguti (1971), la familia Opisthorchiidae es cercana a los Cryptogonimidae, parasitos de peces y con el mismo patron de ciclo de vida, asi como algunos aspectos de la morfologia del adulto, especialmente en la ausencia del saco del cirro y el acetabulo se encuentra encajado dentro del parenquima La cercaria se desarrolla en redia en el gastropodo; pueden ser o no oculadas, distomas, cola con cuticula hinchada o membranas laterales proximas y membranas dorsoventrales distales; la metacercaria se enquista en renacuajos y peces de agua dulce.