On the structure of Ascaridia galli , the roundworm of domestic fowl

@inproceedings{Lalchhandama2010OnTS,
  title={On the structure of Ascaridia galli , the roundworm of domestic fowl},
  author={Kholhring Lalchhandama},
  year={2010}
}
Ascaridia galli Schrank is by far the most notorious nematode parasite of birds including poultry fowls in terms of prevalence and pathogenicity. In spite o f its immense impact on poultry industry and wildlife management, information on its detail morphological and anatomical structures is scanty. Scanning electron microscopy revealed that the extreme anterior cephalic region is a triangular mouth consisting of three prominent lips. Each lip is lined with fine teeth on the internal rim, and… CONTINUE READING
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