cestode


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Synonyms for cestode

ribbonlike flatworms that are parasitic in the intestines of humans and other vertebrates

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Recovered cestodes were counted, and sampled specimens were stained with Mayer's Paracarmine, dehydrated in a graded alcohol series, and mounted whole.
The 16 sheep were slaughtered on the fourth month after hydatid infection and visual inspection of the liver and lung surfaces of each animal was made for the detection of larval stages of cestodes (Menkir et al.
Population biology of the cestode Caryophyllaeus laticeps (Pallas, 1971) in dace, Euciscus (euciscus L.
The only Cestode parasite that infested the fish was the Hymenolypis nana (see table 1), which is a flattened and tapelike hermaphroditic worm that is intestinal in human and other animals.
the cestode, Distoichometra bufonis, and two species of nematodes, Rhabdias ranae and larvae of Physaloptera sp.
The presence of a strange body (a grain of sand or a cestode or trematode larva) causes the mantle of the oyster to produce concentric protective layers of a scleroprotein called conchiolin, and calcium carbonate in the form of aragonite.
identification of the place of origin, cestode parts contact with dogs, (membranes, hooks, and relatives with history protoscolex) of CE), or (ii) An individual with a positive ultrasound.
Hydatid disease is caused by cestode tape worm Echinococcus granulosus and rarely by Echinococcus multilocularis.
is the only reported cestode specie which is also reported earlier (Oge, 1991; Burgu, 1995a, b).
9), where the Laguna Madre site that yielded oysters with particularly high cestode counts (Powell & Kim 2015) was sampled in alternate years.