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Rhabdospora thelohani Laguessé, 1895 (Apicomplexa): new host and geographic records with taxonomic considerations.
New fish species and geographic records for Rhabdospora thelohani Laguessé, 1895 (rodlet cells) are presented. Additionally, the ultrastructure of R. thelohani in Alburnoides bipunctatus ohridanusExpand
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Systematics of species referred to the genus Angiostrongylus.
  • J. Ubelaker
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 April 1986
Based on morphological criteria of the male bursa, angiostrongylid nematodes often placed in the genus Angiostrongylus Kamensky (1905) were found to be heterogeneous, comprising species which areExpand
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Relationship of South American cricetines to rodents of North America and the Old World
ABSTRACT The occurrences of sigmodontine rodents in the Hemphillian Land Mammal Age of Arizona and northern Mexico have been offered as evidence for a North American origin of South AmericanExpand
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PHYLLODISTOMUM FUNDULI N. SP. (TREMATODA: GORGODERIDAE) FROM FUNDULUS SCIADICUS COPE FROM CEDAR CREEK IN WESTERN NEBRASKA
Phyllodistomum funduli n. sp. is described from the urinary bladder and ureters of the plains topminnow, Fundulus sciadicus, from Cedar Creek in Keith County, Nebraska (41°11.18′N, 101°21.77′W).Expand
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Ultrastructure of the epidermis of a rhabdocoel turbellarian Syndisyrinx sp.
A study of the ultrastructure of the epidermis of Syndisyrinx sp. from the sea urchin Lytechinus variegatus in Jamaican waters reveals several cell types. The anterodorsal surface contains squamousExpand
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Susceptibility of corneas from various animal species to in vitro binding and invasion by Acanthamoeba castellanii [corrected].
A crucial requirement for establishing corneal infection by the extracellular protozoal parasite, Acanthamoeba, is the ability of the parasite to bind to the corneal surface. In a series of in vitroExpand
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A pig model of Acanthamoeba keratitis: transmission via contaminated contact lenses.
A model of contact lens-induced Acanthamoeba keratitis was developed in Yucatan micropigs. Pigs fitted with parasite-laden soft contact lenses developed corneal infections that clinically andExpand
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In Vitro Penetration of Human Corneal Epithelium by Acanthamoeba castellanii: A Scanning and Transmission Electron Microscopy Study
Human corneal buttons were exposed to Acanthamoeba castellanii trophozoites and cysts for 12 hours at 35°C. The buttons examined by light microscopy and scanning and transmission electron microscopyExpand
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