Fasciola hepatica - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaFasciola
hepatica, also known as the common liver fluke or sheep liver fluke, is a parasitic flatworm of the class Trematoda, phylum Platyhelminthes that infects liver of various mammals, including humans. The disease caused...
Fasciola - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaFasciola
is a genus of trematodes which includes economically important parasite species. Members of genus Fasciola
belongs to liver flukes.
Eggs of Fasciola
hepatica have been found in mummies, ... Fasciola
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Fascioliasis - CDC DPDx
Causal Agent, Life Cycle, and Geographic Distribution ... Fasciola
hepatica infect various animal species, mostly herbivores. Geographic Distribution: ...
Fasciola hepatica: Definition from Answers.comFasciola
hepatica ( f?'se?l? he'pad?k? ) ( invertebrate zoology ) A digenetic trematode which parasitizes sheep, cattle, and occasionally
Fasciola: Definition from Answers.comFasciola
A genus of flukes (digenetic trematode) in the family Fasciolidae. ... What is sporocyst larva of fasciola