Noun, 1. genus
Fas·ci·o·la he·pat·'i·ca. the common liver fluke inhabiting the bile ducts of sheep and cattle; the intermediate hosts are aquatic snails, Lymnaea or related genera; ...
having teeth or toothlike projections; toothed or notched; Bot. having a toothed
margin: said of some leaves. Origin of
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a genus of trematodes. F. hepa´tica is a common liver fluke of herbivores and is
occasionally found in humans.
a small paired band that passes around the splenium of the corpus callosum from
the lateral longitudinal stria to the