[ proh-sur-koid ]
/ proʊˈsɜr kɔɪd /
an elongate larval stage of some tapeworms that usually develops in the body of a freshwater copepod.
- procerus muscle,
- process camera,
- process cinematography
Origin of procercoid
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[ prō-sûr′koid ]
The first stage in the aquatic life cycle of certain tapeworms following ingestion of the newly hatched larva by a copepod.
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