In the life cycle of Ascaris, the rhabditi form larvae are liberated in the

A. lungs before migrating to small intestine

B. human excreta

C. Soil

D. upper part of small intestine

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  1. Ascaris is not swept out of host's alimentary canal, under the effect of peristalsis because
  2. Ascaris is found as endoparasite in
  3. The body cavity of Ascaris is a pseudo-coel because
  4. Below the cuticle in Ascaris lies a thin layer of epidermis having scattered nuclei and no partition…
  5. Which of the following has no alternate host?
  6. Which of the larvae of Ascaris is most pathogenous in the host ?
  7. The cuticle has spines in
  8. In the life-history of Ascaris lumbricoides in human host the juvenile stage hatches out from the egg…
  9. Which disease is caused by a nematode ?
  10. The period of incubation in Ascaris outside the human body is
  11. The lateral epidermal chords of Ascaris eneolse in it
  12. A gravid proglottid has
  13. The infective stage in the life cycle of Ascaris is
  14. Sense organs of Ascaris are
  15. Which of the following is almost devoid of external features ?
  16. Ascaris is
  17. The shape of fertilised egg of Ascaris, leaving the alimentary canal of man is
  18. During growth, the Ascaris undergoes moulting in the body of host for
  19. The intermediate host in the life cycle of Ascaris is
  20. In the Ascaris egg, the first larva hatches out in the
  21. Number of testis in male Ascaris is
  22. Ascaris lumbricoides is a worm of class Nematoda of the Phylum
  23. Lips of Ascaris are
  24. In Ascaris, the excretory organs are
  25. In Ascaris, the mode of formation of ova is
  26. In order to counter act the host's digestive juices, Ascaris produces
  27. In the life cycle of Ascaris, the rhabditi form larvae are liberated in the
  28. In Ascaris mark the correct statement:
  29. Which is not a typical character of class Nematoda ?
  30. The female genital pore in Ascaris is situated on the ventral side