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Structure of the glial cells in the nervous system of parasitic and free-living flatworms
The ultrastructure of different types of glial cells and the peculiarities of myelinization of gigantic axons are described; immunoreactivity to the S100b protein is revealed and Comparative analysis of the glia structure of annelids and platods is given. Expand
Where are the sensory organs of Nybelinia surmenicola (Trypanorhyncha)? A comparative analysis with Parachristianella sp. and other trypanorhynchean cestodes
The sensory organs in tegument of two trypanorhynchean species—Nybelinia surmenicola (plerocercoid) and adult Parachristianella sp. (Cestoda, Trypanorhyncha)—were studied with the aim ofExpand
Phylogenetic analysis of the superfamily Hemiuroidea (Platyhelminthes, Neodermata: Trematoda) based on partial 28S rDNA sequences
The phylogenetic relationships between genera, subfamilies and families of the Hemiuroidea are explored and the isoparorchiid, bunocotylid, lecithasterid and hemiurid trematodes form two highly supported clades. Expand
Redescription of trematode Gonocerca muraenolepisi Paruchin et Ljadov, 1979 (Hemiuroidea: Derogenidae), a body cavity parasite of Antarctic fishes, with a discussion of its phylogenetic position
The redescription of Gonocerca muraenolepisi Paruchin et Ljadov, 1979, a body cavity parasite of Antarctic fishes, with a discussion of its phylogenetic position is given. Expand
Records of opecoeline species Pseudopecoelus cf. vulgaris and Anomalotrema koiae Gibson & Bray, 1984 (Trematoda, Opecoelidae, Opecoelinae) from fish of the North Pacific, with notes on the phylogeny
The phylogeny does not support previous hypotheses about the monophyly of opecoelines with a uroproct, but supports the allocation of the six clades of Opecoelids and confirms the paraphyly of the group 'deep-sea Plagioporinae'. Expand
Redescription of Proctophantastes gillissi (Overstreet et Pritchard, 1977) (Trematoda: Zoogonidae) with discussion on the systematic position of the genus Proctophantastes Odhner, 1911
The redescription of Proctophantastes gillissi (Overstreet et Pritchard, 1977) was made on specimens collected from Muraenolepis marmorata Gunther, 1880 (Gadiformes), and the fish is a new host of this parasite. Expand
Diversity of the CO1 Gene of Mitochondrial DNA in Representatives of Genus Antimora (Moridae, Gadiformes) in the World Oceans
The revealed maximum haplotype diversity of COI in the blue antimora in the North Atlantics may indicate that this species emerged in this region, from which it widely distributed in the World Ocean. Expand
Parasites of the Blue Antimora, Antimora rostrata and Slender Codling, Halargyreus johnsonii (Gadiformes: Moridae), in the Northwestern Atlantic
Blue antimora and slender codling are recorded as hosts of 14 and 5 parasite taxa, respectively, and have similar patterns of infection to other bony fish that exist at a similar depth within the studied region. Expand
Helminths of Fedorov's lumpsucker Eumicrotremus fedorovi Mandrytsa, 1991 (Actinopterygii: Cyclopteridae) in the Simushir Island area (Pacific Ocean).
The infection of E. fedorovi could be dramatically different in different parts of the Simushir Island area in terms of parasite species composition and intensity of infection. Expand