Redescriptions of Eimeria irresidua Kessel & Jankiewicz, 1931 and E. flavescens Marotel & Guilhon, 1941 from the domestic rabbit.

@article{Norton1979RedescriptionsOE,
  title={Redescriptions of Eimeria irresidua Kessel & Jankiewicz, 1931 and E. flavescens Marotel & Guilhon, 1941 from the domestic rabbit.},
  author={C. C. Norton and J. Catchpole and L. P. Joyner},
  journal={Parasitology},
  year={1979},
  volume={79 2},
  pages={
          231-48
        }
}
  • C. C. Norton, J. Catchpole, L. P. Joyner
  • Published 1979
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Parasitology
  • Eimeria flavescens and E. irresidua from the domestic rabbit are redescribed. The relatively smaller ovoidal oocysts of E. flavescens which measure on average 31.7 X 21.4 micrometer, possess a wide micropyle at the broad end. First-generation schizonts of this species develop deep in the glands of the lower small intestine. Merozoites migrate to the caecum and colon where second, third and fourth-generation schizonts develop in the superficial epithelium followed by the fifth-generation… CONTINUE READING
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