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An index to the literature on digenetic trematodes from fishes
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Digenetic trematodes of marine fishes of Puerto Rico (New York, The Academy, ), by Ather H Siddiqi (page images at HathiTrust) [First-]second annual report upon the natural history and geology of the state of Maine. ([Augusta, ]), by Maine, Charles H. Hitchcock, and Ezekiel Holmes (page images at HathiTrust). Most digenetic trematodes are _____ - schistosomes are only dioecious group - monoecious forms commonly cross-fertilize but self-fertilization is possible Male reproductive system Two testes – function? Male reproductive . Digenetic trematode synonyms, Digenetic trematode pronunciation, Digenetic trematode translation, English dictionary definition of Digenetic trematode. n. pl. 1. MANTER, H. W. Digenetic trematodes of fishes from the Galapagos Islands and the neighboring Pacific. Reports of the Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions, v. 2, n. 14, p. , [ Links ].
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Digenetic trematodes constitute a major helminth group that parasitize humans and animals, and are a major cause of morbidity and mortality. The diseases caused by trematodes have been neglected for years, especially as compared with other parasitic diseases.
However, the geographical limits and the populations at risk are currently expanding and changing in relation. Digenea (Gr. Dis – double, Genos – race) is a class of trematodes in the Platyhelminthes phylum, consisting of parasitic flatworms (known as flukes) with a syncytial tegument and, usually, two suckers, one ventral and one commonly live within the digestive tract, but occur throughout the organ systems of all classes of thought to be related to the Class: Rhabditophora.
Start studying Test 2 - Digenetic Flukes/Trematoda, General. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. : Studies on Digenetic Trematodes of Some Fishes of Karachi Coast (): Neelofer Shaukat, Prof Dr Bilqees Fm: BooksCited by: 1.
The Transmission of Digenetic Trematodes: Style The Transmission of Digenetic Trematodes: Style, Elegance, Complexity, Integrative and Comparative or flukes, the adults of which are obligate parasites in a variety of vertebrate animals, ranging from fishes, to birds and mammals.
All trematodes, regardless of their definitive hosts, are Cited by: DIGENETIC TREMATODES OF PHILIPPINE FISHES.
By Carmen C. Velasquez. Quezon City, University of the Philippines Press, pages, with illustrations. This book answers the need for a comprehensive study of the known digenetic trematodes of Philippine fishes. Written by an internationally known Filipino. digenetic trematodes of fishes as indicators of the ecology, phylogeny and zoogeography of their hosts h.
manter university of nebraska, lincoln (u.s.a.) The prevalence and diversity of trematodes of fishes, together with the fact that many of them have considerable host specificity, make them a favorable group for studies of host Author: Harold W. Manter. South American Trematodes parasites of fishes.
(), and specific literature Fernandes, and Cohen () for digenetic trematodes; Cohen and Kohn () and Thatcher () for Author: Simone Cohen. The author (Manter, ) recently reported 82 species of digenetic trematodes from marine fishes of the tropical American Pacific, a region hitherto unexplored for such parasites.
These trematodes proved to be generally different from those found in other parts of the world with the exception of the tropical Atlantic. digenetic: [ di-jĕ-net´ik ] having two stages of multiplication, one sexual in the mature forms, the other asexual in the larval stages.
Digenetic Trematodes of Fishes as Indicators of the Ecology, Phylogeny and Zoogeography of Their Hosts Harold W. Manter University of Nebraska, Lincoln (U.S.A.) The prevalence and diversity of trematodes of fishes, together with the fact that many of them have. Trematoda is a class within the phylum includes two groups of parasitic flatworms, known as flukes.
They are internal parasites of molluscs and trematodes have a complex life cycle with at least two hosts. The primary host, where the flukes sexually reproduce, is a : Trematoda, Rudolphi, This checklist summarises information on the digenean trematodes of Indian marine fishes contained in the world literature dating from to the end of Altogether more than species of digeneans belonging to more than genera and 32 families are recorded.
For each parasite species information is provided on the host(s), geographical Cited by: 7. digenetic [di-jĕ-net´ik] having two stages of multiplication, one sexual in the mature forms, the other asexual in the larval stages.
digenetic (dī'jĕ-net'ik), 1. Pertaining to or characterized by digenesis. Synonym(s): heteroxenous 2. Pertaining to the digenetic fluke. digenetic (dī′jə-nĕt′ĭk) adj. Having two or more hosts through the. The literature on the parasites of Red Sea fishes, particularly helminths, is relatively limited.
Professor H. Nagaty and his coworkers published ov_er the past forty years several papers on the trematodes of Red Sea fishes (5). Saoud (6) described a cestode from the. digenetic trematodes of marine Þshes of Jamaica over an extensive period of time. A comparison of the dige-netic fauna of marine Þshes of Jamaica with that of Puerto Rico reveals species from the former, for the latter and 56 in common.
A literature review reveals that the Caribbean has a rich and diverse fauna of Þsh and digenetic File Size: KB. Digenetic trematodes, usually known as Digeneans, are the most diverse group of metazoan parasites of marine fishes.
They are parasitic flatworms (Phylum Platyhelminthes) with a complex life-cycle and as adults inhabit mainly the alimentary system and associated organs, but also occur in the blood, under the scales, in the body cavity and in. Fischthal () reported 47 species (11 new) of digenetic trematodes of marine fishes from Israel's Mediterranean coast.
The present study is a follow-up, es-pecially in an attempt to examine additional Red Sea immigrant fishes. From 29 June to 21 August I examined fishes comprising 50 species in 38 genera and 26 families.
The vast literature on the systematics of the digenetic trematodes of vertebrates up to the year is brought together and classified in the first volume of this monumental work by Professor Yamaguti, a two-part volume totalling over 1, pages.
This is the first of a series of three volumes dealing respectively with the digenetic trematodes, the cestodes and the nematodes Cited by: Digenetic trematodes constitute a major helminth group that parasitize humans and animals, and are a major cause of morbidity and mortality.
in the context of host-parasite interactions and to show applications of new techniques and concepts for the studies on digenetic trematodes. This is an ideal book for parasitologists, microbiologists.
Digenetic trematodes have complex life cycles involving developmental stages in one or more intermediate hosts and an adult stage in definitive hosts. to host surfaces and in locomotion. Because of their importance, a great deal of research has been focused on Digenea and the literature on the advanced significantly by continued studies.
Between May and Septemberfishes representing 50 families, genera, and species from the coastal waters of Okinawa were examined for digenetic flukes. The trematodes are an important group of parasites and consequently their identification and study are of great significance.
To undertake the compilation of an authoritative account of all the genera of digenetic trematodes of vertebrates is an enormous task and only few helminthologists would have the practical knowledge and experience or dedication to attempt by: Digenetic definition is - of or relating to a subclass (Digenea) of trematode worms in which sexual reproduction as an internal parasite of a vertebrate alternates.
Also to be mentioned are the monograph Digenetic Trematodes of Philippine Fishes by C.C. Velasquez (a), and the book Parasites and Diseases of Fish Cultured in the Tropics by Z.
Kabata (). The former is the only taxonomic monograph dealing with the fish parasites of Southeast Asia, while the latter provides an excellent overview of the. In the digenetic trematodes, the first or invertebrate host is called the _____ and the second or final host, which is usually a vertebrate, is called the _____ host.
Intermediate, definitive The members of phylum Rotifera are cosmopolitan, which means they are found in many different habitats, and the body is made of three parts. Biology, Prevention, and Effects of Common Grubs (Digenetic trematodes) in Freshwater Fish Abstract Digenetic trematodes (class Trematoda) often plague pond-reared fishes.
Most digenetic trematodes are not a serious threat to fish health; however, their mere presence often renders the fish undesirable by consumers. Some Digenetic Trematodes of Marine Fishes of New Caledonia. Part IV. Hemiuridae and Summary.* HAROLD W.
MANTER University of Nebraska This is the fourth and last of a series of papers based on a collection of Digenea made at the Noumea Aquarium during three weeks in (see Durio and Manter a, b, ). A total of 46 species of Digenea were.
report on two species of digenea from marine fishes in brazil FERNANDES, B. M., 1 PINTO, R. 2 and COHEN, S. 1 1 Laboratório de Helmintos Parasitos de Peixes, Departamento de Helmintologia, Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Av. Brasil. Echinostoma ilocanum Artyfechinostomum malayanum The echinomastids are digenetic trematodes characterized by a collar of spines around their oral suckers.
Malayanum adult - Has rounded posterior end - collar spines - Two testes: large w/ six to nine lobes arranged in tandem A. Malayanum egg - Larger - golden brown in color - operculated. Digenetic Trematodes of Philippine Fishes by C.C. Velasquez (a), and the book Parasites and Diseases of Fish Cultured in the Tropics by Z.
Kabata (). The former is the only taxonomic monograph dealing with the fish parasites of Southeast Asia, while the latter provides an excellent overview of theFile Size: KB. Pakistan J. Zool., vol. 38(1), pp.Intestinal Digenetic Trematodes of Some Fishes From the Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea SALAM N.
EL-LABADI, NAIM S. ISMAIL AND MAROOF KHALAF Department of Biology, Hashemite University, P.O. BoxPostal CodeZarqa, Jordan and Marine Science Station, Aqaba, Jordan Abstract Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Synopsis of digenetic trematodes of vertebrates by Satyu Yamaguti,Keigaku Pub. edition, in English - [1st ed.]. This is the second of three volumes of Keys to the Trematoda, a series on the systematics and identification of the Class Trematoda.
The book presents the taxa in the Order Echinostomida and some of those in the Order Plagiorchiida, with keys for their identification at the superfamily, family, subfamily and generic levels. The keys are based on critical examination of specimens.
-- Texas shiners were primarily captured at the uppermost site where they were found to be abundant inhabiting the swift waters below the low water road crossing in Brackenridge Park, Nearly all individuals possessed "flared" gills, suggesting the parasitic digenetic trematode infection (McDermott ) found in other fishes in nearby Comal and San Marcos spring runs.
Some digenetic trematodes from fishes of shallow Tasmanian waters By PETER W. CROWCROFT Demonstrator in Zoology, Univenity of Tasmania 10 SOME DIGENETiC TREMATODES separated from the second by a short space which may be occupied to a more or less degree by yolk follicles.
The vasa deferentia arise on the anterior borders of the. Material and methods. A total of 1 M. praemorsa snails were collected from different freshwater bodies in Palestine from October, to November, These water bodies included Al-Bathan, Al-Nassareya, Al-Oja, Al-Jeftlek and Wadi Qana. The number of snails collected from these water bodies were,by: 5.
Define digenetic. digenetic synonyms, digenetic pronunciation, digenetic translation, English dictionary definition of digenetic. adj. Having two or more hosts through the course of the life cycle, as in some parasites, such as trematodes.
adj 1. of or relating to digenesis 2. Metacercariae in freshwater fish in the Republic of Korea. More than 16 species of digenetic trematode metacercariae in 7 families have been found in freshwater fish from the Republic of Korea (Table 1).Among them, 8 species in 4 families, Opisthorchiidae (Clonorchis sinensis), Heterophyidae (3 Metagonimus spp.
and Centrocestus armatus), Echinostomatidae Cited by: digenetic trematodes from marine fishes off the coast of kuwait, arabian gulf: fellodistomidae and some smaller families, new host and geographic records sey, o.*, nahhas, f. m., uch, s. and vang, c.
digenetic trematodes from fishes off the coast of kuwait, arabian gulf. investigate its role in the ecology of digenetic trematode parasites, (4) to provide descriptions and figures of trematode cercariae developing in southeastern Louisiana ancylids, (5) to identify cercariae by life cycle studies and/or survey of trematode life history literature, and (6) to postulate a phylogenetic relationship for southCited by: 1.The worms are slender, elongate, and .somewhat flattened dorsoventrally.
The dimensions of fifteen "in toto" mounts are mm. long. and mm. broad, but living specimens are narrower and one and times as long as fixed specimens.
The body is broadest at its middle length and tapers towards the extremities (Fig.1). It is narrowest immediately behind Author: Peter William Crowcroft.About this book. The trematodes are parasitic flatworms of great medical and veterinary importance. The Biology and Evolution of Trematodes provides information on all characteristics of trematode organisation and biology from an evolutionary standpoint.
Possible scenarios of early stages of life formation are discussed as well as a.