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Alkaline phosphatase as marker of Schistosoma mansoni egg viability.
The use of a coupling azo dye method for the detection of alkaline phosphatase in Schistosoma mansoni ova was found to be a specific and sensitive method for differentiating between viable and dead eggs, and can be used in both immature and mature eggs. Expand
Ultrastructure of the early rostellum of Silurotaenia siluri (Batsch, 1786) (Cestoda: Proteocephalidae)
The neodermis of the whole early rostellum of Silurotaenia siluri (Batsch, 1786) bears filamentous microtriches and Eccrine gland cells and uniciliate and nonciliate sensory receptors of the primitive roostellum are described. Expand
Multiciliate sensory endings in the redia of Echinostoma revolutum (Trematoda, Echinostomatidae).
Three types of multiciliate sensory endings have been demonstrated on the anterior end of Echinostoma revolutum redia using transmission and scanning electron microscopy, the first finding of multic affiliate sensory endings in the parthenogenetic generation of trematodes. Expand
Ultrastructural study of the glandular system and its participation in tegument formation in Echinostoma revolutum cercaria.
Six types of gland cells occurring in the body of developing Echinostoma revolutum cercaria are described at ultrastructural level. Three types of the gland cells, lateral, ventral and dorsal,Expand
Ultrastructural observations on the redia of Echinostoma revolutum (Froelich, 1802).
The special features of the digestive system of echinostome rediae, as well as their significance in the antagonistic relationship to the partenitae of other families of trematodes and their pathogenic effect on the intermediate host, are discussed. Expand
Ultrastructure of the excretory system of Brachylaimus aequans (Trematoda: Brachylaimoidea).
The ultrastructure of the flame cell, excretory capillaries, ducts, collecting ducts, excretory bladder, and excretory pore of Brachylaimus aequans was studied 6-8 days p.i. The excretory ducts,Expand
Transmission electron microscopy of the scolex and neck microtriches of Silurotaenia siluri (Batsch, 1786) (Cestoda: Proteocephalidea)
Microtriches on different parts of the scolex and neck of the gangesiine cestode Silurotaenia siluri (Batsch 1786) were studied and the functions of different types of microTriches are discussed. Expand