monogenean


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monogenean

pertaining to or emanating from Monogenea.
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Influence of [beta]-glucan on innate immunity and resistance of Lutjanus guttatus to an experimental infection of dactylogyrid monogeneans.
Bychowsky [36] reported that the Monogenean Diplozoon paradoxum was predominant in the median sector of the gills.
Phylogenetic relationships among monogenean gill parasites (Dactylogyridea, Ancyrocephalidae) infesting tilapiine hosts (Cichlidae): systematic and evolutionary implications.
However, there is little information available on the use of this plant for the control of monogenean parasite D.
Monogenean - the parasites were fixed in a hot water and transferred to cold alcohol-formalin-acetic acid (AFA) overnight.
Mucus pH of the tiger puffer Takifugu rubripes is an important factor for host identification by the monogenean Heterobothrium okamokoi.
It is well known that reproductive cycles of the Opalinid ciliates and the monogenean Polystoma integerrimum are directly under the influence of the host gonadotropic hormones (Smyth & Smyth 1980).
This monogenean apparently exhibits a high degree of site and host specificity, infecting the dorsum of D.
1992) used the monogenean Microcotyle sebastis to confirm that the yellowtail rockfish Sebastes fiavidus was distributed in discrete groups along the Pacific coast of North America.
1:45 An Ecological and Morphological Study of the Monogenean, Metamicrocotyla macracantha, a Gill Parasite of the Striped Mullet, Mugil cephalus.