Any parasite which lives in the internal organs of an animal, as the tapeworms, Trichina, etc.; -- opposed to ectoparasite. See Entozoön.
Parasite that lives within the body.
Any parasite found inside the host, chiefly in the gastrointestinal tract
A parasite that lives in another organism, feeding on it but not usually killing it (noun); also adjective endoparasitic and noun endoparasitism.
a parasite that lives in the body.
parasitic organism that lives and feeds from inside its host (see ectoparasite)
parasite that lives inside the host's body
parasite living within its host.
an internal parasite.
any of various parasites that live in the internal organs of animals (especially intestinal worms)
a parasite that lives and feeds inside the host animal
a parasite that lives inside the body
Parasite that lives on the inside of its host e.g. tapeworm.
ehN-DOH-pahreh-eh-syTe) A parasite which works from the inside out, dwelling within its host. A nematode (the good kind I talk about) is an example.
A parasite that lives intracellularly or within the tissues of the host. ( 16)
A parasite that enters the host and feeds from within.
Parasites living inside the body