Oesophagostomum

Oesophagostomum

(ē-sof'ă-gos'tō-mŭm),
A genus of strongyle nematodes (subfamily Oesophagostominae) that encyst in the intestinal wall of herbivores and primates, causing nodular disease. Larvae appear to stimulate a host reaction in the intestinal wall, forming nodules in which the worms complete their development (unless the host is immune); they then leave the nodule and feed as adults in the lumen of the large intestine.
[G. oisophagos, gullet (esophagus), + stoma, mouth]

Oesophagostomum

/Oesoph·a·gos·to·mum/ (e-sof″ah-gos´to-mum) a genus of nematode worms found in the intestines of various animals.

Oe·soph·a·gos·to·mum

(ē-sof'ă-gos'tŏ-mŭm)
A genus of nematodes (superfamily Strongyloidea), which parasitize the intestines of animals; larvae encyst in the intestinal wall.
[G. oisophagos, gullet (esophagus), + stoma, mouth]

Oesophagostomum

a genus of roundworms in the family Chabertiidae. Found in the large intestine. Cause the important disease esophagostomosis (esophagostomiasis) in sheep. Includes O. aculeatum, syn. O. apiosternum (monkeys); O. asperum, syn. O. indicum (goats, sheep); O. bifurcum (monkeys); O. brevicaudatum (pig); O. columbianum (sheep, goats, camels and wild antelopes); O. dentatum (pig); O. georgianum (pig), O. granatensis (pig), O. hsiungi (pig), O. indicum, syn. O. asperum (goat, sheep), O. longicaudatum, syn. O. quadrispinulatum (pig), O. maplestonei (pig), O. multifoliatum (goat, sheep), O. okapi (okapi); O. quadrispinulatum, syn. O. longicaudatum (pig), O. radiatum (water buffalo, cattle); O. rousseloti (pig); O. staphanostomum (monkeys), O. venulosum (camel, deer, goat, sheep), O. walkeri (eland).
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Thamsborg, Assessment of the Anthelmintic Activity of Medicinal Plant Extracts and Purified Condensed Tannins Against Free-Living and Parasitic Stages of Oesophagostomum Dentatum, Parasit Vectors, 7, 518 (2014).
axei, Ostertagia sp, Cooperia sp, Oesophagostomum sp, Trichuris ovis, Strongyloides papillosus, Bunostomum sp y, con mayor frecuencia, Haemonchus contortus (Kaplan et al.
10%), Oesophagostomum (8%), Moniezia (6%) and Trichostrongylus (2%) respectively (Ahmed et al.
estacion Haemonchus Cooperia Trichostrongylus Oesophagostomum invierno 31 30 19 20 primavera 25 17 36 22 verano 27 22 32 19 otono 35 28 16 21
Strongyloides papillosus Trichuris globulosa Oesophagostomum radiatum Gongylonema verrucosum Trichuris discolor Teladorsagia ostertagi Fasciola gigantica Gastrothylax crumenifer Paramphistomum explanatum Cotylophoron cotylophorum
heavy infestations of which cause diarrhoea, loss of condition and loss of appetite; Bunostomum and Gaigeria, hookworms of small intestine, which can cause anaemia, diarrhoea and loss of condition and Oesophagostomum spp.
S p e c i e s r e c o r d e d w e r e Fasciola hepatica, Fasciola gigentica, Toxocara vitulorum, Paramphistomum cervi, Monezia expansa, Monezia bendeni, Oesophagostomum radiatum, Haemonchus placei and Bunostomum phlebotomumn in cattle, an overall prevalence of helminths was 51% (255/500).
5mg/Kg have high effect between 95-100% on Haemonchus, Oesophagostomum and Bunostomum (Egerton et al.
The most important GI nematode responsible for considerable production losses in cattle is Oesophagostomum radiatum (Armour, 1989).
To the best of our knowledge, only Oesophagostomum radiatum chymotrypsin inhibitor (32 kDa) (Willadsen 1977), Erythrina variegata chymotrypsin inhibitor (40 kDa) (Iwanaga et al.
La poblacion de larvas de NG provenientes de ovejas consistio en: 51% Haemonchus contortus; 41% Trichostrongylus spp; y 8% Oesophagostomum spp.