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Synonyms for Eimeriidae

a family of protoctist in the order Coccidia

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2011: Third lineage of rodent eimerians: morphology, phylogeny and re-description of Eimeria myoxi (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from Eliomys quercinus (Rodentia: Gliridae).
Taxonomically, Caryospora species, belong to Eukaryota domain, Corticata superkingdom, Chromista kingdom, Harosa subkingdom, Halvaria infrakingdom, Alveolata superphylum, the Miozoa phylum, Myzozoa subphylum, Avicomplexa infraphylum, the Sporozoa superclass, Coccidiomorphea class, Coccidia subclass, the Eimeriida order, and the Eimeriidae family and consists of cyst-forming protozoan parasites found in the intestine of various species of reptiles and birds.
The coccidia (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) of Crocodylia, with descriptions of two new species from Alligator mississippiensis (Reptilia: Alligatoridae) from Texas.
Les Eimeriidae des bovides en Belgique frequence et identification.
The present result showed four protozoan-species, as cysts, Giardia lamblia (Diplomonadida, Hexamitidae), Cryptosporidium parvum (Eucoccidiorida, Cryptosporidiidae), Cyclospora cayatenensis (Eucoccidiorida, Eimeriidae) and Entamoeba coli (Archamoebae).
Coccidiosis of chicken is an enteric parasitic disease caused by multiple species of the protozoan parasites of genus Eimeria (Apicomplexa: Eucoccidia: Eimeriidae) and is one of the commonest and economically most important diseases of poultry world-wide (Shirley et al., 2005).
(Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) was detected in 58% (26/45: 2/12, 14/23, and 10/10 for May, July, and September), 9% (4/45:1/12, 3/23, and 0/10 for May, July, and September), and 80% (36/45: 9/12, 20/23, and 7/10 for May, July, and September) samples, respectively.
Most of the text is devoted to the Eimeriidae family of parasites in various genera of rabbits and the related pikas in the Family Ochotonidae.
n., a new coccidian parasite (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the American Robin (Turdus migratorius).