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stron·gyle

(stron'jil),
Common name for members of the family Strongylidae.
[G. strongylos, round]
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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 oxeas 194-385 (307 [+ or -] 47.6) [micro]m in length; microscleres are absent; gemmuloscleres are curved spiny strongyles 65-94 (78.3 [+ or -] 6.6) [micro]m in length.
Use of a reverse line blot assay to survey small strongyle (Strongylida: Cyathostominae) populations in horses before and after treatment with ivermectin.
Resistance to anthelmintic medication of horse strongyles, especially of those belonging to the subfamily Cyathostominae, is a worldwide phenomenon [10].
Cyathostomes (small strongyles) are the principle pathogenic parasites of equines.
ROBERTS, F.H.S.; O'SULLIVAN, J.P Methods for egg counts and larval cultures for strongyles infesting the gastrointestinal tract of cattle.
S., J.P., O'Sullivan, Methods for egg counts and larval cultures for strongyles infesting the gastrointestinal tract of cattle.
There was a linear relationship between age and coccidial oocyst counts whilst quadratic relationships existed between age and Paramphistomum, strongyles, Trichuris and Strongyloides egg counts (Table 5).