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Synonyms for endoparasite

any of various parasites that live in the internal organs of animals (especially intestinal worms)

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The integument and underlying tissues were examined for chiggers and the entire gastrointestinal tract (including the liver and gall bladder), coelomic cavity, kidneys, urinary bladder, and reproductive organs were examined for endoparasites.
During the next 3 weeks, the bird's skin abnormalities gradually improved and it had no evidence of feather lice or endoparasites after treatment, based on visual examination and repeat fecal flotation, respectively.
This study provides an initial characterization of endoparasites in wild Puget Sound geoduck populations, and suggests that seasonal and geographic differences in distribution and infection intensity should be taken into account when moving animals among locales.
Some other factors such as geographical location, status of animal ownership, sampling protocols, demographic factors, anthelmintic usage, and diagnostic techniques are responsible for the wide range of endoparasite prevalence found (16).
Dr Molento focused on the impact of technology transfer to improve endoparasite control in cattle production worldwide.
The endoparasite Toxascaris leonina was identified from the gastrointestinal tract and the ectoparasitic tick Dermacentor variablis was numerous in the coat.
An endoparasite of Holbrookia propinqua propinqua (Iguanidae).
A physiological comparison of resistant and susceptible oysters Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin) exposed to the endoparasite Haplosporidium nelsoni (Flaskin, Stauber and Mackin).
D07ZO-636: The Effect of Population Density on African Elephant (Loxodonta africana) Endoparasite Burden: A Study of Three South African National Parks
Among the various diseases that have plagued oyster populations, the protozoan endoparasite Perkinsus marinus (Mackin 1951) has remained a top offender as the causative agent of Dermo disease.
Herein is provided new host and geographic distribution records for an endoparasite of A.
Fecal and ear swab analysis and examination of the moose indicated that they were relatively free of ecto- and endoparasites.