a parasitic platyhelminth or flatworm of the class Cestoda, which comprises the tapeworms.
belonging or pertaining to the Cestoda.
any parasitic flatworm of the class Cestoda, which includes the tapeworms
cestode ces·tode (sěs’tōd’) or ces·toid (-toid’)
Any of various parasitic flatworms of the class Cestoidea, including the tapeworms, having a long, flat body equipped with a specialized organ of attachment at one end.
ces’tode or ces’toid’ adj.
Any of various parasitic flatworms of the class Cestoda, having a long flat body that usually has a specialized organ of attachment at one end (the scolex). Cestodes may consist of a single segment or be divided into numerous identical rectangular segments. Food is absorbed through the outer covering of the body. Cestodes inhabit the liver and digestive tract of many vertebrate animals and also affect some invertebrates. They can attain a length of over 15 m (49 ft). Also called tapeworm.
Cestoda Ces·to·da (sěs-tō’də) n. A subclass of parasitic flatworms including the segmented tapeworms that parasitize humans and domestic animals.
Zoology. (of worms) ribbonlike. cestode. adjective (esp of tapeworms and similar animals) ribbon-like in form
Cestoidea Ces·toi·de·a (sěs-toi’dē-ə) n. A class of flatworms characterized by lack of an alimentary canal and, in typical forms, by a segmented body with a scolex at one end; adult worms are vertebrate parasites, usually found in the small intestine.
Mont [mawn] /mɔ̃/ (Show IPA). French name of the Matterhorn. noun Mont Cervin, the French name for Matterhorn