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Comparative studies on furcocercous cercariae

by Harry Milton Miller

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Published in [Urbana, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trematoda

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    Other titlesFurcocercous cercariae.
    Statementwith 8 plates and 2 textfigures, by Harry Milton Miller, jr.
    SeriesIllinois biological monographs,, vol. X, no. 3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL391.T7 M5 1926
    The Physical Object
    Pagination112 p.
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6701748M
    LC Control Number27010575
    OCLC/WorldCa764489

      Furcocercous cercariae were shed 4 weeks after infection. Distribution of the trematode closely follows the distribution of its two first intermediate hosts: L. cubensis and P. columella. (ii) Fascioloides magna: Vignoles et al. found that L. cubensis could be an experimental intermediate host for Fascioloides magna. The role played by the. The present study examined phenotypic variation in infectivity of Diplostomum spathaceum (Trematoda) cercariae within a natural population. Twelve infected Lymnaea stagnalis were collected from the field, and the infectivity of cercariae from individual snails was assessed under constant laboratory conditions. At a water temperature of C, the mean infectivity of cercariae from the snails.

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Title. Comparative studies on furcocercous cercariae, Related Titles. Series: Illinois biological monographs ; v. 10, no. 3 By. Miller, Harry Milton, Type. Book. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Miller, Harry Milton, Comparative studies on furcocercous cercariae.

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X, July,No. 3 at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Owing to the fact that the cercariae of the Schistosome worms possess a bifurcated tail, this zoological monograph is of interest to medical workers. Miller has considered all trematode larvae which are furcocercous, although this larval character occurs in different groups.

From a study of the parasites of North American molluscs the author has added seven new species to the list of North Cited by: Cercariae of Bolbophorus damnificus and Bolbophorus sp. with Notes on North American Bolbophorids Comparative studies on furcocercous cercariae.

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No need to register, buy now. CITATION Mukherjee, R. Fauna of India and the adjacent countries-Larval Trematodes (Part III): (Published by the Director, Zool. Suru. India, Kolkata) Published: N.

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Comparative studies on furcocercous cercariae, View Metadata. By: Miller, Harry Milton, Find the full book in @BioDivLibrary. Lumping or taxonomic changes of species were based primarily on the following studies: Planorbidae (Hubendick and Rees ), Physidae (Dillon and WethingtonWethington and Lydeard   Furcocercous cercariae (Trematoda) from freshwater snails in Central Finland Choanocotyle platti sp.

nov. from the northern long-necked turtle, Chelodina rugosa (Pleurodira, Chelidae) in Australia Frontal glands in the pseudoscolex of Paraechinophallus japonicus (Yamaguti, ) (Cestoda, Bothriocephalidea, Echinophallidae)Cited by: 2.

Human Schistosomiasis. Schistosomiasis is considered only next to malaria among parasitic diseases of man. Obviously, those schistosome species, namely, S. haematobium, S. mansoni, S. intercalatum, and S. japonicum, which cause clinical syndrome in man have attracted almost all the attention of the scientists as well as our scientific organizations, neglecting other schistosome by: 5.

India is uniquely positioned with regard to schistosomes and schistosomiasis—discovering seven new mammalian species with the existence of three more schistosome species: Orientobilharzia turkestanicum, O. harinasutai, and Schistosoma haematobium(?).

An endemic focus of urinary schistosomiasis was reported from Gimvi village of Ratnagiri, Maharashtra with infrequent occurrence Cited by: 5. The cercariae belonging to the Opisthorchioidea and the Hemiuroidea form their bladders as do the cercariae of the Plagiorchioidea and the Allocreadioidea, but unlike the cercariae of the two latter superfamilies, a limited molding of the hinder part of the cercarial body occurs as well as growth of tissues between the primitive excretory by: Full text of "Trematodes of the Pacific Northwest, an annotated catalog" See other formats.

The furcocercous cercariae. Indian J Vet Sci – Google Scholar Prasad A, Malviya HC, Varma TK, Dwivedi P () Studies on the interaction between paramphistome and schistosome infection in Indoplanorbis exustus and Lymnaea luteola.

Europe PMC is an archive of life sciences journal literature. Introduction. India is uniquely positioned with regard to schistosomes and schistosomiasis—discovering seven new schistosome species, namely, Schistosoma indicum, S. spindalis, S. bomfordi (Montgomery, ), S.

incognitum (Chandler,), S. nasalis (Rao, ), S. nairi (Mudaliar and Ramanujachari, ), and. Abstract. Trematodes of the order Diplostomida are well known as serious pathogens of man, and both farm and wild animals; members of the genus Schistosoma (Schistosomatidae) are responsible for human schistosomiasis affecting more than million people in tropical and subtropical countries, and infections of mammals and birds by animal schistosomes are of great veterinary Cited by: 5.

Parasitic zoonoses belong to the most important human diseases worldwide. They are caused by protozoa, helminths [trematodes (flukes), cestodes (tapeworms), and nematodes (round worms)], Acanthocephala (thorny-headed worms), pentastomids (tongue worms), and arthropods.

The last of these plays an additional role as a transmitter of viruses, rickettsiae, bacteria, protozoa, and helminths. A BIBLIOGRAPHY ( - ) Compiled by Debabrata Sen Swapan Kumar Das Sujit Ranjan Joy Bulganin Mitra Prani Vigyan Bhawan M-Block, New Alipore Kolkata CITATION Debabrata Sen, Swapan Kumar Das, Sujit Ranjan Joy, Bulganin Mitra, Zoological Survey of India Contribution to the Fauna of India – A Bibliography: The Indian Society for Parasitology Electronic version available on ISP Website studies on parasites transmitted to man through fish have been conducted by Shalaby and his collegues since till date.

Only furcocercous cercariae showed jerking movement and these are relatively very active swimmers having.The chapter relates the seasonal studies on Metacercariae and adult trematodes to the major climatic zones of the world.

Thus, it summarizes the current knowledge in this field and highlights areas where further information should be collected to assist the understanding of the seasonal dynamics of Cited by: