By J. R. Baker, R. Muller
Meant for learn scientists in all branches of organic parasitology, this ebook explores quite a few subject matters from the sector. between these mentioned are the dactlosomatidae and the existence cycles of consultant species in their genera, the synthesis and catabolism of amino acids in helminths, the consequences of marine toxins at the parasites of marine animals, the an infection of inbred mice with ''schistosoma japonicum'', and the biology, body structure and improvement of helminths cultivated on chick embryo, touching on those to the constitution, body structure and biochemistry of embryo membranes.
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Septentrionalis and the prevalence of B. stableri (Fig. 31) was not seen with the bullfrogs, despite an apparent positive correlation between host size and prevalence. c U L 0 a, 'c c a, 0 C a, 0 > E a FIG. 3 1. Prevalence of Babesiosoma stableri infections in Rana septentrionalis correlated with the size (snout-to-vent length) of the host. The prevalence of B. stableri was observed to increase with increasing size (age) of the host. THE DACTYLOSOMATIDAE 25 reflect a low, but perhaps essentially constant, exposure to the parasite during each open water season.
32. Large, palely stained primary meronts that produce up to 16 merozoites. Fig. 33. Smaller, more densely stained secondary meronts that produce only six merozoites. Fig. 34. Typically recurved intra-erythrocytic gamont with the narrower posterior end indicated by an arrow. 35. Early merozoite development of Dactylosoma ranarum in a primary meront. Note the absence of amylopectin inclusions and the large, immature rhoptries (Rh). Co, conoid; Go, Golgi body; Nu, nucleus. 5 pm. 36. Advanced secondary meront of Dactylosoma ranarum.
Advances in Parasitology, Vol. 30 by J. R. Baker, R. Muller