ascaricide as·car·i·cide (ə-skār’ĭ-sīd’)
an agent or substance that kills ascarids.
any nematode of the family ascaridae; roundworm. . noun any parasitic nematode worm of the family ascaridae, such as the common roundworm of man and pigs ascarid as·ca·rid (ās’kə-rĭd) n. a worm of the family ascarididae. as’ca·rid adj.
any parasitic roundworm of the genus ascaris, found in the human small intestine and causing colic and diarrhea. historical examples the symptoms are those of ascarides, but i could not persuade him to take medicine therefor. the funny side of physic a. d. crabtre not only ascarides, but also tape and thread worms (taenia and […]
any parasitic roundworm of the genus ascaris, found in the human small intestine and causing colic and diarrhea. historical examples ascaris cephaloptera, rudolphi.diaphanocephalus viper, rudolphi. the snakes of europe g. a. boulenger a second species of ascaris (a. alienata) is described from nasua rufa. parasites t. spencer cobbold he says of it:—from the distinctness of […]
ascarididae ascarididae as·ca·rid·i·dae (ās’kə-rĭd’ĭ-dē) n. a family of large intestinal roundworms including the genus ascaris.
a liquid, c 10 h 16 o 2 , const-tuting the active principle of chenopodium oil, used chiefly as a catalyst in polymerization reactions.