intestinal crura

intestinal crura

[in′tes·tən·əl ′kru̇r·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
The main intestinal branches in certain trematodes.
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Esophagus bifurcates into intestinal crura at level of genital pore in males and at level of uterus in females, which reunites posteriorly running up to posterior end in zigzag lateral branches.
Esophagus bifurcates into intestinal crura, which reunites posteriorly at a distance of 770 (610-880) from esophageal bifurcation.
A high number of testes 80-100 not uniform in shape and arrangement, starting from union of intestinal crura up to posterior extremity of body.