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Pulex

 [pu´leks]
a genus of fleas, several species of which transmit the microorganism causing plague.
Pulex ir´ritans a widely distributed species, known as the human flea, which infests domestic animals as well as humans, and may act as an intermediate host of certain helminths.

Pulex

(pū'leks),
A genus of fleas (family Pulicidae, order Siphonaptera).
[L. flea]

Pulex

/Pu·lex/ (pu´leks) a genus of fleas, including P. ir´ritans, the common flea or human flea, which attacks humans and domestic animals, and may act as an intermediate host of certain helminths.

Pulex

[pyo̅o̅′leks]
Etymology: L, flea
a genus of fleas, some species of which transmit arthropod-borne infections, such as plague and epidemic typhus.

Pu·lex

(pyū'leks)
A genus of fleas (family Pulicidae, order Siphonaptera).
[L. flea]

Pulex

a genus of fleas, several species of which transmit the microorganism causing bubonic plague in humans.

Pulex irritans
a widely distributed species, known as the human flea, which infests domestic animals as well as humans, and may act as an intermediate host of certain helminths.
Pulex porcinus
the peccary flea.
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Data in Table 1 contain a comparison of the shrimp-deduced proteins with the homologous proteins from other marine invertebrates, including crustaceans as the copepods Tigriopus californicus and Lepeophtheirus salmonis, the crayfish Marsupenaeus japonicus, the water flea Daphnia pulex, the crab Eriocheir sinensis, and several species of molluscs (Lingula anatina, Crassostrea gigas, Biomphalaria glabrata, and Aplysia californica).
The acanthocephalan parasite Polymorphic minutes alters the geotactic and clinging behaviours of two sympatric amphipod hosts: the native Gammarus pulex and the invasive Gommants roeseli.
El analisis de los bioensayos realizados con Daphnia pulex se efectuo con el programa estadistico Probit version 1.
EFFECTS OF IN UTERO EXPOSURE TO METHYLMERCURY ON PREDATORY RESPONSE IN DAPHNIA PULEX STEED, MEGAN L.
A flea Pulex irritans commonly serves as an intermediate host for D.
37%) specimens were Pulex irritans (collected from dogs, guinea pigs and foxes); 84 specimens (4.
pulex Leydig (1860) 1 0 Daphniopsis chilensis Hann (1986) 0 0 Moina micrura Kurz, 1874 1 0 Scapholeberis spinifera 0 0 (Nicolet, 1849) Simosa exspinosa De Geer (1778) 0 0 Simosa serrulata Koch (1841) 0 0 Simosa vetula Muller (1776) 1 0 Family Bosminidae Eubosmina hagmanni Stingelin (1904) 1 0 Family Macrothricidae Ilyocryptus spinifer Herrick (1884) 0 0 Macrothrix hirsuticornis Norman & 0 0 Brady (1867) Macrothrix inflata Daday (1902) 0 0 Macrothrix laticornis 0 0 Jurine (1820) Macrothrix odontocephala 0 0 Daday (1902) Macrothrix palearis 1 0 Harding (1955) Family Chydoridae Alona affinis Leydig (1860) 0 0 A.
In relation to the contribution of species registered for the total density of ciliates, in the rainy season Calyptotricha lanuginosa, Mesodinium pulex and Coleps hirtus were the most important taxa at the surface (2900, 2300 and 1800 cel.
D) Sequence alignment of the PTX/RDX binding site for several species: Danio rerio, Tetraodon nigroviridis, Homo sapiens, Pan troglodytes, Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus, Gallus gallus, Xenopus tropicalis, Anolis carolinensis, Anopheles gambiae, Daphnia pulex, and Caenorhabditis elegans.
Opossums were also parasitized by the flea Pulex simulans and the tiny fur mite Didelphilichus serrifer; the latter species represents a new state record for Nebraska.
Species occurrence in each successional stage is indicated by an "X" Successional stage 9-11 15-20 40-55 >100 Ant species yr yr yr yr Dolichoderinae Linepithema pulex Wild 2007 X Ectatomminae Gnamptogenys striatula Mayr 1883 X Myrmicinae Crematogaster JHB02 X X X Pheidole cf.