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Myxozoan genera: definition and notes on taxonomy, life-cycle terminology and pathogenic species.
The surviving classification of myxosporeans, based on spore morphology, is discussed in the context of the still fragmentary data resulting from SSU rDNA sequence analyses.
Protozoan parasites of fishes
This book presents a checklist of protozoan parasites infecting commercially important fishes, and explains basic parasitological terms and concepts with regard to protozoa parasites of fishes.
A guideline for the preparation of species descriptions in Myxosporea
Guidelines for the preparation of a species description of myxosporean species are proposed and all important diagnostic features are listed and diagrams for size measurements are presented.
A Contribution to the Systematics and Morphology of Endoparasitic Trichodinids from Amphibians, with a Proposal of Uniform Specific Characteristics
Three new forms of Trichodina urinicola were found in newts, Triturus cristatus and T. taeniatus, in three localities in Czechoslovakia, and are to be regarded as provisional ones until it is possible to decide on the basis of a large number of observations the extent of specificity and variation of individual endozoic species of TrICHodina.
A newly revised classification of the protozoa.
The present scheme is a considerable revision of the Society's 1964 classification, and it is hoped that the present classification incorporates most of the major changes that will be made for some time, and that it will be used for many years by both protozoologist and non-protozoologists.
Fish microsporidia: fine structural diversity and phylogeny.
  • J. Lom, F. Nilsen
  • Biology
    International journal for parasitology
  • 1 February 2003
A catalogue of described genera and species of microsporidians parasitic in fish
  • J. Lom
  • Biology, Environmental Science
    Systematic Parasitology
  • 1 October 2002
The total number of microsporidians which may be encountered in fish is 108 named and 59 innominate species.