flatworm


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The flatworm that attacks snails has two different hosts during its life cycle.
Significant investment by the Wellcome Trust in flatworm genome sequencing projects over the past 20 years has provided a critical boost for research in this neglected area.
I tried to call a flatworm to ask what he knew about all this, but just got this answerphone message: "I'm sorry, half of me isn't here at the moment.
People can catch the flatworm parasite when they are in warm fresh water; the tiny worms are carried by snails and can burrow into human skin.
manokwari has a distant cousin, the New Zealand flatworm (Arthurdendyus triangulatus), which has triggered an invasive-species scare in western Europe.
Apart from people there's lots of animals, from red harvester ants to flatworm nematodes to empathetic chimps and matriarchal baboons, along with Antarctic penguins, vampire bats, rats and the amoebae dictyostelium discoideum.
Speaking of other-wordly, the Icebox is home to a unique species of flatworm, the pink planarian, found no other place in the world.
The disease is caused by a parasitic flatworm that infects the livers of various mammals, including humans.
GLOBETROTTING Emily Buckley returned from a trip with a strange souvenir - a 6cm-long flatworm living in her arm.
But now researchers at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research here have developed a novel system for tracking stem cells in the flatworm Schmidtea mediterranea.
The terrestrial flatworm Bipalium adventitium Hyman, 1943 has been introduced throughout northern North America (Ducey, et al.
Choose a third parasitic flatworm that we've researched.
It's caused by a type of flatworm which had spent part of its life in water snails and the other part in my liver.