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The tapeworm is anchored to the mucosa of small intestine by means of

A. proglottids

B. scolex

C. acetabuli

D. rostellum

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  1. Worms of Phylum Platyhelminthes are triploblastic, but do not possess
  2. Which of the following swim by ciliary action ?
  3. The head region of tapeworm is known as
  4. Miracidium is a larval stage in the development of
  5. Fasciola hepatica is an endoparasite that lives in the
  6. Wuchereria bancrofti is transmitted by
  7. Disease caused by helminth parasite is
  8. Flame cells are ciliated structures having to do with the function of
  9. The correct sequence of various larvae in liver fluke is :
  10. Which of the parasites has no alimentary canal ?
  11. Tapeworms obtain their nutrition from the host by
  12. The embryos, oncospheres of .Taenia sag-ginata are released in
  13. Scolex is a characteristic of
  14. The common pinworm of man, Enterobius vermicularis is found in
  15. Elephantiasis in man is caused by
  16. The most important fluke infestation of man is
  17. The disease "Bilharzia" which is common in china and middle east is caused by
  18. Six-hooked embryo of Taenia is known as
  19. The tapeworm is anchored to the mucosa of small intestine by means of
  20. Microfilaria refer to
  21. A worm infestation is medicaly referred to as a
  22. Taenia solium lacks alimentary canal because
  23. The second host of Taenia solium is
  24. YVhieh of the following have a single gut opening through which food enters and wastes leave the body…
  25. The cysticerci in pig muscles can remain alive for
  26. A matured proglottid of Taenia means asegment in which
  27. The cuticle has spines in
  28. The intermediate host of Fasciola is
  29. The filaria parasite is transmitted by
  30. Roundworms differ from flatworms in having a