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stron·gyle

(stron'jil),
Common name for members of the family Strongylidae.
[G. strongylos, round]

strongyle

(strŏn′jīl′, -jəl)
n.
Any of various parasitic nematode worms of the superfamily Strongyloidea, especially several species that infect the gastrointestinal tract of horses and other mammals.
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Spicules: megascleres are smooth straight to slightly curved oxeas 154-251 (199 [+ or -] 19.8) [micro]m in length; microscleres are absent; gemmuloscleres are straight to slightly curved spiny strongyles 35-113 (68.2 [+ or -] 14.8) [micro]m in length.
Further indication of lowered activity of ivermectin on immature small strongyles in the intestinal lumen of horses on a farm in Central Kentucky.
In sheep and goat farms, the strongyle ova were predominant either in single and mixed infestations.
A field experimental study design was conducted to assess the anthelmintic resistance of strongyle nematodes of horses to ivermectin and fenbendazole in Gondar town.
Higher levels of strongyle egg loads in the wet season, obtained in the current study, associated with higher FAMACHA scores and lower PCV values, than in the dry season, might indicate that H.
These preparasitic stages are much the same for most of the strongyle parasites of the horse.
Microscopic examination of faecal samples revealed presence of Strongyle type of parasitic ova (Fig.
Entamoeba spp., unsporulated coccidian oocysts (Family Eimeriidae) and strongyle eggs were observed in possums trapped in urbanised environments and in bushland, in both males and females, and in subadults and adults.
The prevalence of Strongylid parasites was the highest in this study and agrees with other studies [21] and could be due to the damp in piggeries, coupled with the warm temperature in the tropics that provide optimum conditions for strongyle ova development.
Strongylids in domestic horses: influence of horse age, breed and deworming programs on the strongyle parasite community.
Studies on the cross-reactivity of each recombinant antigen were conducted with goat sera positive for gastrointestinal (GI) strongyle nematodes and Taenia hydatigenia.