Survival of helminth eggs in the wastewater mud in the sludge beds of Chita waterworks

@inproceedings{Na2006SurvivalOH,
  title={Survival of helminth eggs in the wastewater mud in the sludge beds of Chita waterworks},
  author={Kleusova Na and Pronin Nm and Proskuriakova Am and Poletaeva Tg and Zban' Ln},
  year={2006}
}
The species composition, size, and survival of human and domestic animal helminth eggs was determined in the wastewater mud in the sludge beds of the waterworks of Chita. It was shown that when the wastewater mud was little dried in the sludge beds under distinctly continental climatic conditions for three years, their complete disinvasion did not take place. The eggs of seat-worms (Enterobius vermicularis), whipworms (Trichuris trichiura), broad tapeworms (Diphylobotrium latum), and teniae… CONTINUE READING