heteroxenous

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heteroxenous

[¦hed·ə¦räk·sə·nəs]
(biology)
Requiring more than one host to complete a life cycle.
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of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UCLA 39 P COMBINED GEOCHEMICAL AND DIGENETIC PROCESSES CONTROL THE CADMIUM ENRICHEMENT IN SEDIMENTARY ROCKS OF SOUTHERN TOGO, WEST AFRICA M.
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.
Developmental stages of the digenetic trematode responsible for the disease are harbored in freshwater snails.
Through the study of mineralogy composition of sediments, the climate, the material of sediments rock mother, the of digenetic process, the situation of sedimentary environment, disposition process and the environment energy are defined [2].
digenetic trematodes, and ciliates were detected from Crassostrea iredalei from the coast of the Philippines (Erazo-Pagador 2010).
Parasites have a digenetic (heteroxenic) life cycle and live alternately in vertebrate hosts and in insects of the genus Lutzomyia, accountable for the transmission of the disease.
They affect digenetic processes, petroleum generation, maturation and migration, basin's hydrogeologic system, thermal history, regional distribution of oil and lots more (Bodner and Sharp, 1988).
AN ADULT DIGENETIC TREMATODE (FLUKE) PARASITE OF CRAYFISH INHABITING THE WETLANDS AROUND REELFOOT LAKE.
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.