Entodiniomorphida

Entodiniomorphida

[‚ent·ə‚dī·nē·ə′mȯr·fə·də]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of highly evolved ciliated protozoans in the subclass Spirotrichia, characterized by a smooth, firm pellicle and the lack of external ciliature.
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The occurence of the rumen ciliate Entodinium constrictum Dehority, 1974 (Entodiniidae, Entodiniomorphida) from domestic sheep.
Fourteen morphotypes of Entodinium ovumrajae (Ophryoscolecidae, Entodiniomorphida) found in the dromedary camel of Egypt.
(Entodiniomorphida: Ophryoscolecidae) ve yeni bir grup, Entodinium dilobum grubu hakkinda.