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Fine structural studies on the intestinal trematode, Gyliauchen volubilis Nagaty 1956 from fish Siganus luridus in the Red Sea, Egypt.

@article{elAbdou2001FineSS,
  title={Fine structural studies on the intestinal trematode, Gyliauchen volubilis Nagaty 1956 from fish Siganus luridus in the Red Sea, Egypt.},
  author={N el-Abdou and Richard Anderson Heckmann},
  journal={Journal of the Egyptian Society of Parasitology},
  year={2001},
  volume={31 1},
  pages={
          281-94
        }
}
For the fine structure of Gyliauchen volubilis, sections of the finger-like projections showed the structure of a segmented body, which is not attached with the outer membrane of the tegument. Each projection consists of one to four segments, the smallest segment is triangular in shape and located on the top of the projection, enveloped by a triple layered membrane, with electron dense structures in the cytoplasm. Two types of vesicles are scattered in the tegumental matrix; vesicle with… 
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