In addition to providing a summation of the coccidian
parasites of turtles, McAllister and Upton (1989) reported two new species of Eimeria from P.
Although limited information is available about the effects of freezing on their survival, for Cryptosporidium parvum, another coccidian
parasite, oocysts remain infectious for mice after storage at -10[degrees]C for 1 week (15).
The intensity of infection was assessed for the RLO, the gill coccidian
and hemocytic infiltration counting the parasites or hemocytic infiltration foci from the 5 pm section.
Unfortunately, it was not possible to separate the effect of the three species of coccidian
on the feed efficiencies and the growth rates.
The control of these coccidian
parasites is accomplished primarily through the use of commercial synthetic anticoccidial drugs.
Isospora belli is another, less-common coccidian
that most often involves the small bowel, although colorectal and disseminated disease have been documented.
Isospora geospizae, a new coccidian
parasite (Apicom plexa: Eimeriidae) from the Small Ground Finch (Geospiza fuliginosa) and the Medium Ground Finch (Geospiza fortis) from the Galapagos Islands.
are members of the suborder Eimeriina, and they are typically highly host-, organ- and tissue-specific.
species was found in eight of the 45 fecal samples from birds on Gardner-by-Floreana, but none of 33 birds examined from Champion.
The problem we are talking about here is a disease cause Toxoplasmosis, a coccidian
parasite (Toxoplasma gondii).
Role of coccidian
parasites in causation of diarrhoea in HIV infected patients in Chennai.
parasites (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) of Nerodia spp.
The vaccine utilizes many technological innovations and key breakthroughs including dual-induced attenuated vaccine development and the selection, separation, purification and cultivation of coccidian
He started looking after kiwi, studying their relationship with the parasite coccidian
in the early days of an 'Operation Nest Egg' program.
Note that oocysts of Cyclospora cayetanensis, another important coccidian
parasite, are unsporulated at the time of excretion and do not become infective until sporulation is completed.