Definition of Proglottides

1. Noun. (plural of proglottis) ¹



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Definition of Proglottides

1. proglottis [n] - See also: proglottis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proglottides

progesterone
progesterones
progestin
progestins
progestogen
progestogenic
progestogens
progged
progger
proggers
progging
proggins
proglottic
proglottid
proglottides (current term)
proglottids
proglottis
proglumide
proglycolytic
prognathic
prognathism
prognathisms
prognathous
prognose
prognosed
prognoses
prognosing
prognosis
prognostic

Literary usage of Proglottides

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1. On Animal and Vegetable Parasites of the Human Body: A Manual of Their by Friedrich K├╝chenmeister (1857)
"Although the passage of proglottides without faeces occurs sometimes, even with Tania ... The proglottides adhering to the naked body in the trowsers, ..."

2. Text-book of General Pathology and Pathological Anatomy by Richard Thoma (1896)
"Natural size. remaining segments, or proglottides, which spring from the first segment and develop both male and female sexual organs. ..."

3. Public sanitation, and other papers: And Other Papers by Clement Adelbert Whiting (1916)
"The proglottides occupy somewhat the same relationship to the scolex that ... The proglottides are continually produced by the scolex and those which are ..."

4. Diseases of Metabolism and of the Blood: Animal Parasited, Toxicology by Richard Clarke Cabot, Julius Lincoln Salinger (1910)
"However, I never begin a tape-worm treatment until after the presence of the parasite has been proven by the passage of proglottides or the eggs in the ..."

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