Examples from the Web for nematode
Gordius, gor′di-us, n. a genus typical of Gordiid, a family of nematode worms with a hair-like body.
We have never met with this nematode in the mystacines of Belgium, and yet we have opened them by hundreds.Animal Parasites and Messmates|P. J. Van Beneden
When myriads of them are thus encysted a kind of nematode tuberculosis is set up.
On five separate occasions I obtained one or more specimens of the eggs or embryos of a minute nematode.
Some notes on nematode parasites found by Dr. Wassink in rats and mice.The Biotic Associations of Cockroaches|Louis M. Roth
British Dictionary definitions for nematode
Word Origin and History for nematode
1865, from Modern Latin Nematoda, the class or phylum name.