Studies in helminthology

  title={Studies in helminthology},
  author={Makund Behari Lal},
  journal={Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences - Section B},
  • M. B. Lal
  • Published 1 August 1939
  • Biology
  • Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences - Section B

Nuclear and mitochondrial phylogenomics of the Diplostomoidea and Diplostomida (Digenea, Platyhelminthes)1

Higher systematics within the Digenea, Carus 1863 have been relatively stable since a phylogenetic analysis of partial nuclear ribosomal markers led to the erection of the Diplostomida, but recent mitochondrial (mt) genome phylogenies suggest this order might be paraphyletic.

New species and new record of the genus Cheloniodiplostomum (Trematoda, Proterodiplostomidae, Polycotylinae), parasites of freshwater turtles from Argentina

A new species of the genus Cheloniodiplostomum (Digenea, Proterodiplostomidae) is described in the Hilaire’s toadhead turtle Phrynops hilarii from Argentina and the geographic and host distribution of Chelonium testudinis is expanded.

Studies on fish helminth parasites from marathwada region of maharashtra state

OF THE Ph.D. THESIS Fishes are the apex of predatory-prey pyramid with in freshwater as well as in sea water and therefore tend to be infested by a considerable range of parasites which occur in

Glossocercus chelodinae (MacCallum, 1921) n. comb. (Cestoda: Dilepididae) from freshwater turtles in Australia and a redefinition of the genus Bancroftiella Johnston, 1911

Glossocercus chelodinae (MacCallum, 1921) n. comb. is redescribed from fresh material recovered from the intestine of an Australian freshwater turtle, Chelodina expansa. G. chelodinae can be

New data on Neodiplostomum americanum Chandler and Rausch, 1947 (Digenea: Diplostomidae), in the Great Horned Owl Bubo virginianus Gmelin, 1788 and the Eastern Screech Owl Megascops asio Linnaeus, 1758 in Mississippi, USA

Preliminary phylogenetic analysis of the genus based on cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1 gene sequence data supports the placement of N. americanum within a discrete phylogroup of the family Diplostomidae.

Taxonomy and biology of North American species of Goezia (Nematoda: Anisakidae) from fishes, including three new species.

Three new species of Goezia from fishes in North America are described and supplemental data for G. minuta and several unidentified adults and larvae are presented . Males, especiall y their caudal

Assessing the genetic diversity of the metacercariae of Posthodiplostomum minimum (Trematoda: Diplostomidae) in Middle American freshwater fishes: one species or more?

Assessment of the genetic divergence and phylogenetic relationships of metacercariae sampled from several host species in a wide geographical range across Middle America contributes to the understanding of the diversity of larval forms of diplostomids and provides an opportunity to further study their life cycles.

The status of Florida pompano, Trachinotus carolinus , as a commercially ready species for U.S. marine aquaculture

Owing to their high value, in the 1950s researchers and commercial ventures began investigating the potential of Florida pompano, Trachinotus carolinus , for aquaculture; however, initial efforts did

Two New Species of Telorchis (Digenea: Telorchiidae) from a Green Turtle, Chelonia Mydas (Cheloniidae), from the Upper Texas Coast with a Key to North American Species of Telorchis.

This is the first confirmed report of Telorchis from a marine host and the first report on parasites of cheloniid sea turtles in Texas, and adds to the ever-growing evidence that collections are essential to understanding biodiversity.