Donald W. Duszynski's The biology and identification of the coccidia (apicomplexa) PDF

By Donald W. Duszynski

ISBN-10: 0123978998

ISBN-13: 9780123978998

ISBN-10: 0123979102

ISBN-13: 9780123979100

ISBN-10: 1299607446

ISBN-13: 9781299607446

The Biology and identity of the Coccidia (Apicomplexa) of Rabbits of the area is a taxonomic summation of a harmful intestinal parasite present in rabbits and transmissible to different species, together with people. This ebook conceptually and traditionally summarizes the world's literature at the parasite and in addition offers a brief consultant to isolation methods, id, options for administration, and available Read more...

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Summarizes the world's literature at the parasite Coccidia (Apicomplexa) and in addition offers a brief consultant to isolation techniques, identity, innovations for administration, and available Read more...

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1972). We considered naming their form (Hobbs and Samuel, 1974) as a new species, but there is so much discrepancy between the line drawings, written descriptions, and the one photomicrograph presented in the redescription of E. , 1972; Hobbs and Samuel, 1974), that sorting out what they said and what they meant was impossible for us to determine. Of the 11 eimerian species described from pikas with oocysts that have a M, in addition to this species (see Remarks under E. balchanica), the sporulated oocysts of E.

Material deposited: None. Etymology: This species was named for Richard E. Barrett, Alaska State Federal 30 3. COCCIDIA FROM OCHOTONA Laboratory, Animal Health Division, Palmer, Alaska, USA. Remarks: In their original description of E. barretti, Lepp et al. (1972) archived a line drawing of a sporulated oocyst (their Fig. 2 and the one we use here) that is slightly ellipsoidal and slightly flattened on one end, but it did not show either a M or a MC. However, their written description said, “The micropyle was characterized by a thinning of the oocyst wall and was 5e7 mm in diameter.

Calentinei possesses, and by having sporocysts without distinct SBs; they differ from the latter by having a rough outer wall, which E. circumborealis lacks, a less well-defined M, and by having sporocysts without distinct SBs. This species has not been seen since its original description. , 1973, with permission of John Wiley & Sons. Photomicrograph of a sporulated oocyst of E. banffensis copied from Duszynski and Brunson, 1973, with permission of the Journal of Parasitology. Type host: Ochotona princeps (Richardson, 1828) (syn.

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