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Ascaris lumbricoides

Ascaris lumbricoides

(Science: organism) a parasitic gut dwelling nematode worm, of major medical significance, used in developmental studies.


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The Fiber Disease

... carry parasites. “Over 1.4 billion people carry the snakelike roundworm Ascaris lumbricoides in their intestines; almost 1.3 billion carry blood-sucking hookworms; 1 billion ...

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... has no biology knowledge whatsoever. Here is a simple example: ascaris lumbricoides. It is a worm that lives in the human intestin. it passes through your stomach ...

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