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The biology of nematodes of the family Capillariidae Neveu-Lemaire, 1936.
The present knowledge of the life cycles of nematodes of the family Capillariidae is reviewed and these data are considered from the viewpoint of a new system of the classification of genera in this
The first finding of Cryptosporidium baileyi in man.
Human infection with C. baileyi may have occurred due to disruption of the immune system by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and to immunosuppressive therapy undertaken after allogeneic kidney transplantation.
Migration of some roundworm species in experimentally infected white mice.
The migration of four roundworm species (Ascaris suum, Toxocara canis, T. cati and Toxascaris leonina) was studied in various organs of experimentally infected white mice. The hatching of T. leonina
Malic enzyme, malate dehydrogenase, fumarate reductase and succinate dehydrogenase in the larvae of Taenia crassiceps (Zeder, 1800).
The results show that these larvae contain enzymes for anaerobic acquisition of energy with terminal fumarate reductase, but some facts suggest that aerobic processes are also involved in the energy acquisition in this parasite.
Gastrointestinal parasitoses discovered in agricultural workers in South Bohemia, Czechoslovakia.
In the years from 1975 to 1982 1,750 persons, mostly employed by agricultural enterprises in the South Bohemian Region in Czechoslovakia, were examined and seven species of parasites were discovered, the greatest number of parasites was found in students of the Secondary agricultural and technical school.