Dogiel

Do·gi·el

(dō'gē-el),
Alexander S., Russian histologist, 1852-1922. See: Dogiel corpuscle.

Do·gi·el

(dō'gē-el),
Jan von, Russian anatomist and physiologist, 1830-1905. See: Dogiel cells.
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Different factors can have influence on the diversity and richness of fish parasites, such as sex, weight, length, eating habits, mode of life, geographic and seasonal distribution of the hosts in relation to time and space (Dogiel, 1964; Poulin and Morand, 2004).
Detailed reports on the morphology, size and distribution of ganglia of the submucosal plexus are described in the studies by Dogiel (1899) apud Furness (2006), Irwin (1931), Schabadasch (1930) for different species of animals like sheep and cats.
The physiological and biological features of the host affect the composition of parasites (Dogiel, 1961).
Specifically, some species and morphotypes have been detected only in certain areas and appear to be host specific (Dehority, 1978; Dogiel, 1927; Gocmen and Oktem,
truncata Kofoid et Michener R 0.6 F P 1 Asterodinium gracile Sournia B 1.5 F P 1 Balechina coerulea (Dogiel) F.
pectoralis may have protected smaller, younger individuals in that many plant parts, ingested by animals as dietary supplements, act as prophylactics or remedials for parasite infection (Dogiel 1964).
Balechina (Gymnodinium) coerulea (Dogiel) Steindinger & Tangen 1997