Henneguya

Henneguya

a genus of protozoa causing disease in free-living fish. Genus of class Myxosporea, the myxosporids.

Henneguya exilis
causes cysts in the gills of channel catfish and death due to suffocation.
Henneguya zschokkei
causes boil disease in salmonid fishes.
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It is known that the two largest genera of Myxosporeans (Myxobolus and Henneguya, including approximately 904 and 189 species respectively) are histologic [2,3].
Investigations of the distribution, detection, and biology of Henneguya salminicola (Protozoa, Myxozoa), a parasite of the flesh of Pacific salmon.
Spatial and seasonal variations on Henneguya exilis prevalence on cage intensive cultured channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus), in Tamaulipas, Mexico
Among myxosporeans, the genus Henneguya Thelohan, 1892 is the most abundant in South America, with 29 known species.
Parasitological examination revealed great numbers of spores in the milky fluid inside the cysts, which were identified as Henneguya branchialis.
MONITORING HENNEGUYA ICTALURI INFECTION IN CHANNEL CATFISH, BLUE
The species used and their accession numbers are as follows: Paramecium tetraurelia (Ciliophora), X03772; Oxytricha nova (Ciliophora), X03948; Crypthecodinium cohnii (Dinozoa), M64245; Theileria annulata (Apicomplexa), M64243; Sarcocystis muris (Apicomplexa), M64244; Hartmanella vermiformis (Rhizopoda), M95168; Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Fungi), J01353; Filobasidiella neoformans (Fungi), X60183; Arabidopsis thaliana (Plantae), X16077; Volvox carteri (Plantae), X53904; Beroe cucumis (Ctenophora), D15068; Trichoplax adhaerens (Placozoa), L10828; Anemonia sulcata (Cnidaria), X53498; Scypha ciliata (Porifera), L10827; Henneguya sp.
Los quistes de mixosporidios en el arco y filamento branquial encontrados en el presente estudio han sido descritos por Molnar (2002) en las especies Myxobolus, Henneguya y Thelohanellus.
Dos mixosporídeos, os gêneros Myxobolus e Henneguya estão entre os parasitos mais comuns no Brasil (Adriano et al.
MONITORING HENNEGUYA ICTALURI INFECTION IN CHANNEL CATFISH, BLUE CATFISH AND CHANNEL X BLUE BACKCROSS HYBRIDS USING HISTOPATHOLOGY, REAL-TIME PCR AND IN SITU HYBRIDIZATION