Untersuchung zum Vorkommen von Sarkosporidien bei Reh-, Rot- und Muffelwild in zwei unterschiedlichen Naturräumen des Bundeslandes Niedersachsen

  title={Untersuchung zum Vorkommen von Sarkosporidien bei Reh-, Rot- und Muffelwild in zwei unterschiedlichen Naturr{\"a}umen des Bundeslandes Niedersachsen},
  author={Caroline Spickschen and K. Pohlmeyer},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Jagdwissenschaft},
ZusammenfassungZwerchfell- und Bauchmuskulaturproben von Reh-, Rot- und Muffelwild aus niedersächsischen Revieren wurden mit Hilfe der tryptischen Verdauungsmethode auf Sarkosporidien untersucht. Die Sarkosporidienarten des Rehwildes (S. gracilis, S. capreolicanis, Sarcocystis sp.) wurden anhand der Zystenwandstruktur lichtmikroskopisch differenziert.Bei 87,3 % der untersuchten 102 Rehe konnte ein Sarkosporidienbefall festgestellt werden. Kitze erwiesen sich signifikant seltener infiziert als… 
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