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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According to Dogiel [11], the host and its environment are the overall environment of the parasite.
Dogiel VA (1961) Ecology of the parasites of freshwater fishes.
Host length is indicative of the expected parasite burden and Dogiel (1964) notes that a variety of factors can determine or influence the parasitic fauna of many species or groups of hosts: age, sex, size, type of food, lifestyle.
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,
Several authors subjected this heterogeneous neuronal population to classification schemes, taking neuronal morphology Gabellal, 1971; Furness & Costa; Natali & Miranda Neto; Dogiel, 1989), neurotransmitter content (Gabella, 1969; Bor-Seng-Shu et al.
This observation falls in line with the conclusion made by Dogiel which show that, some fish parasites react highly even to the least physico-chemical modifications of the environment which is considered less perturbed [16].
El numero de copepodos fue independiente de la talla de la lisa cabezona, lo cual difiere con lo reportado por Dogiel (1958) y Hudson et al.
Dogiel (1961) states that monogenean are more frequently found in lentic environments, since it is easier for the free-swimming larval stages find the hosts, which does not correlate with this study, considering that a greater abundance of monogeneans was found in the lotic site.
Como também se trata de uma espécie exótica, poderá ocasionar redução e mortalidade das populações naturais e gerar grandes alterações nos ciclos de vida de parasitos digenéticos, bem como na fauna parasitária de peixes e aves, conforme já sugerido por Dogiel (1958).
striatulus by lentic environment, which according to Dogiel (1961), might facilitate transmission of ectoparasites with a direct life-cycle.