digenean

digenean

pertaining to or of the nature of members of the fluke subclass Digenea.
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Parasitized gonads showed digenean trematode infection directly inside of follicles, but their connective tissue, in both females and males, showed the same organization relative to nonparasitized gonads; histological changes, however, were evident within parasitized follicles, including the displacement of oocytes and sperm and a heavy hemocytic infiltration process.
Results: Two digenean species were recorded: Prosorhynchoides gracilescens (Bucephalidae), which is commonly found in L.
nuchalis suggests that this fish is a secondary intermediate host that consumes mollusks, which are primary intermediate hosts for this digenean that in general have as definitive hosts the fish eating-birds (Marcogliese et al.
To identify the trematode by real-time PCR, a new set of primers was designed in our laboratory on the basis of conserved ITS2 sequences of the digenean trematodes, including P.
Digenean parasites of the bivalve mollusc Pisidium amnicum in a small river in eastern Finland.
Digenean (Plathelminthes: Trematoda) of seven sympatric species of anurans from Los Tuxtlas, Veracruz, Mexico.
The main biological disease-causing agents in marine bivalves are viruses bacteria fungi protists digenean trematodes polychaetes and copepods [8].
Paramphistomosis (or amphistomosis) is a disease caused by digenean trematodes of Paramphistomatidae family parasitising the rumen of ruminants worldwide.
Information concerning digenean parasites of freshwater fish in southern Africa and parts of Africa is scant and far from complete.
Effect of the digenean parasite Proterometra mactrostoma on host morphology in the freshwater snail Elimia livescens.
The recovered helminths were identified as 1 digenean trematode species, Neodiplostomum reflexum; 2 species of nematodes, Synhimantus species, and larvae of Porrocaecum species; and a single species of Acanthocephala, Centrorhynchus species.