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new species of trematode (Cladorchis gigas) parasitic in elephants

G. A. MacCallum

new species of trematode (Cladorchis gigas) parasitic in elephants

by G. A. MacCallum

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Published by American Museum of Natural History in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trematoda.,
  • Elephants -- Parasites.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNew trematode parasitic in elephants
    Statementby G.A. MacCallum.
    SeriesBulletin of the American Museum of Natural History -- v. 37, article 36
    ContributionsAmerican Museum of Natural History.
    The Physical Object
    PaginationP. 865-871, [3] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages871
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18842282M

    Trematodes are parasitic flatworms of the class Trematoda, specifically parasitic flukes with two suckers: one ventral and the other oral. Trematodes are covered by a tegument, that protects the organism from the environment by providing secretory and absorptive functions. The life cycle of a typical trematode begins with an egg. Some trematode eggs hatch directly in the environment, while others . The main goal of the second edition of this book is to present the major trematodes and their corresponding diseases in the framework of modern parasitology, considering matters such as the application of novel techniques and analysis of data in the context of host-parasite interactions and to show applications of new techniques and concepts.

    An invasive snail species, Bithynia tentaculata, serves as intermediate host for both trematode species. In total, 2, snails were collected at 2 study sites. Prevalence and mean abundance of the 2 trematode species varied among dates and was attributed to several factors, including migration patterns of definitive hosts, snail population.   THIS book is a worthy companion to the same author‘s book, "The Trematoda"(Cambridge University Press, ). New records of species parasitic in particular hosts will certainly be made from Author: G. Lapage.

      Contributions to our Knowledge of Digenetic Trematodes Part V. On Two New Species of Philophthalmus Looss, and a Discussion on the Family Philophthalamidae. Journal of Helminthology, Vol. 36, Issue. 03, p. Cited by: Get this from a library! Cephalogonimus brevicirrus, a new species of trematode from the intestine of Rana aurora from California,. [Lloyd G Ingles].


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This new edition of Digenetic Trematodes presents researchers, clinicians, and students with updated knowledge of major trematodes and their corresponding diseases within the framework of modern parasitology.

It includes a new chapter covering the genomics and proteomics of trematodes. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

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A new species of trematode (Cladorchis gigas) parasitic in elephants. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 37, article Download directly to your device’s book reader (e.g., iBooks) or drag into your e-books collection on your computer.

This item appears in the following Collection(s). Description of a new species of trematode worm (Fasciola Gigantica) by Cobbold, T. Spencer new species of trematode book Spencer), ; British Association for the Advancement of Science.

Meeting ( Glasgow); University of Glasgow. Library. see more details, trematode infections trematode infections Subject Category: Diseases, Disorders, and Symptoms see more details Identifier(s): domesticated birds, fluke infections, parasitic diseases, parasitic infestations, parasitic worms, parasitosis, systematics, Union of Soviet Socialist RepublicsAuthor: J.

Kazlauskas. The trematode life cycle, which usually has a highly complex spatial-temporal structure (see chapter 4), can be completed only if the given species possesses elaborate adaptations to its environment.

This is an excellent book. Although its title `Advances in Trematode Biology', implies, by analogy with other `Advances', that it is concerned only with research of some immediacy, all the authors convey a strong sense that modern discoveries are rooted firmly in thein an introductory chapter on the biology of trematodes, Bernard Fried is at pains to set out the historical Cited by: 1.

Every species of trematode requires a certain species of molluscan (snail, clam, etc) as an intermediate host. A complex series of generations occurs in the mollusk, resulting ultimately in the liberation of large numbers of larvae known as cercariae.

To reach the vertebrate host, cercariae (depending on species): Size: KB. Six new species of Stephanostomum are described and illustrated from fish from Cuba. mediovitellarium from Calamus bajonado is characterized by 34 peribuccal spines, a long prepharynx mm.

long, a long cirrus sac mm. long and vitellaria which are postequatorial and behind the seminal vesicle. lopezneyrai from Anisotremus virginicus has 26 to 28 peribuccal Author: I. Pérez Vigueras. Over the last few decades new data on the distribution, pathogenicity, diagnosis, treatment and control of trematode infections and diseases in man and animals, including zoonotic trematodiasis, have emerged from various geographical regions.

These new data are compiled in this book together with existing information to fulfil the present need. The trematodes are a species-rich group of parasites, with some estimates suggesting that there are more t species.

However, recent interests on the biology of trematodes of wildlife. Byline: Ghulam Shabbir Shaikh, Aly Khan and Fatima Mujib Bilqees ABSTRACT During a survey of helminth parasites of fishes twelve trematodes were collected from the small intestine of fish Channa (Ophiocephalus) striatus (Bl.) and Channa (Ophiocephalus) maculatus (Bl.) and identified as Genarchopsis gibsoni new species and G.

kalriai Bilqees and Khan,   With coverage of background material as well as modern methods, Advances in Trematode Biology updates researchers, practitioners, and students with new information in immunology, biochemistry, physiology, and molecular es in Trematode Biology includes practical information on parasitological techniques, emphasizing species of.

Trematodology - the study of a class of medically important parasitic, flat-bodied worms - has made significant advances over the past ten years. The tremendous amount of information accumulated from research discoveries and technical developments related to trematode biology makes this book a Price: $   On a new species of trematode from a spoon-bill in Afghanistan - Volume 34 Issue 2 - G.

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On a new species of trematode from a spoon-bill in by: 1. Trematodes, or flukes, are parasitic flatworms with unique life cycles involving sexual reproduction in mammalian and other vertebrate definitive hosts and asexual reproduction in snail intermediate hosts.

These organisms are divided into four groups on the basis of their final habitats in humans: (1) the hermaphroditic liver flukes which reside in the bile ducts and infect humans on ingestion Cited by: 2.

Trematodes transmitted through fish are reviewed and species naturally infecting humans are listed. Their medical importance, geographical distribution, and animal hosts are summarized. The most important group is liver flukes: Amphimerus sp., Clonorchis sinensis, Metorchis spp., and Opisthorchis spp.

Advances in Trematode Biology presents a thorough treatment of modern trematodology, including principles and practices. With coverage of background material as well as modern methods, Advances in Trematode Biology updates researchers, practitioners, and students with new information in immunology, biochemistry, physiology, and molecular biology.

Abstract. The platyhelminth class Trematoda comprises two subclasses with largely disparate species diversity, the small Aspidogastrea with c. 80 species and the speciose Digenea with c.

18, species, which has attracted much effort towards our understanding of evolutionary relationships among suprageneric chapter focuses on insights into the classification of the Digenea that Cited by: 9.Some examples of trematodes include: S.

japonicum S. haematobium P. heterotremus F. hepatica C. sinensis P. westermani S. hematobium.Approaches to Research on the Systematics of Fish-Borne Trematodes is a concise guide for systematic studies of the prevalence of fish-borne trematodes both in the endemic areas and experimental laboratories.

It includes methods to identify species of fish-borne trematodes to enhance the precision of research studies based on the metacercarial stage.