Fine structure of merozoites of Eimeria? beauchampi Léger and Duboscq, 1917 in Glossobalanus minutus (Kow.) (Enteropneusta)

@article{Fernndez1989FineSO,
  title={Fine structure of merozoites of Eimeria? beauchampi L{\'e}ger and Duboscq, 1917 in Glossobalanus minutus (Kow.) (Enteropneusta)},
  author={Isabel Fern{\'a}ndez and Fernando Pardos and Jes{\'u}s Benito},
  journal={Annales de parasitologie humaine et comparée},
  year={1989},
  volume={64},
  pages={10-19}
}
Merozoites of Eimeria ? beauchampi Leger and Duboscq, 1917 from the digestive epithelium of the hepatic region of the enteropneust Glossobalanus minutus (Kow.) have been studied by electron microscopy lor the first time. The merozoites show typical coccidian features with a trilaminate pellicle, an apical polar ring, a conoid with two accessory rings, micronemes, and two rhoptries whose ductules are directed along a central intra-conoidal microtubule, above which a spherical vesicle occurs… 
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