Animal Parasites: Their Life Cycles and Ecology

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Courier Corporation, Jan 1, 1986 - Science - 562 pages
Unsurpassed, profusely illustrated text details lives, morphology, modes of transmission of representative parasites of wild and domestic animals of North America. Wealth of detailed illustrations. Ideal as lab manual or reference for professionals. Exercises. Bibliographies. Revised 3rd edition.
 

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Contents

PARASITISM
1
Plate
5
Phylum PROTOZOA
16
Histomonas meleagridis
17
Genera of Trypanosomatidae and Their Basic Life Cycles
23
Trypanosoma
27
Trypanosoma lewisi
31
Trypanosoma cruzi
35
Plagiorchis muris
291
Haematoloechus medioplexus
295
Haplometrana utahensis
299
Lechriorchis primus
301
Prosthogonimus macrorchis
305
Crepidostomum cooperi
307
Plagioporus sinitsini
311
Gorgodera amplicava
313

Trypanosomes of the vivax 1 congolense II and bruceievansi III groups
41
Trypanosoma percae
47
Leishmania donovani
51
PLATE
54
Cryptobia helicis Trypanoplasma borreli and Chilomastix mesnili
55
Proteromonas lacertae
57
Costia necatrix
61
Hexamita ovatus H intestinalis H muris H salmonis and Octomitis pulcher
63
Giardia agilis G muris G lamblia
67
Tritrichomonas foetus T augusta T batra chorum and Trichomonas vaginalis
71
Class Opalinida
74
Opalina ranarum Zelleriella elliptica Cepedea cantabrigensis and Protoopalina mitotica
77
Entamoeba histolytica
79
Endamoebidae nuclei
83
Class Sporozoa
84
Monocystis lumbrici
87
Lankesteria culicis
91
Gregarina blattarum
93
Schizocystis gregarinoides
97
Selenococcidium intermedium
101
Eimeria tenella
103
Aggregata eberthi
111
Schellackia bolivari
115
Adelina cryptocerci
119
Haemogregarina stepanowi
123
Hepatozoon muris
125
Karyolysus lacertae
131
Plasmodium vivax
135
Morphological Features Used to Identify Species of Plasmodium in Birds
141
Haemoproteus columbae
145
Leucocytozoon simondi
149
Summary of Development of Some Sporozoan Parasites
157
Babesia bigemina
158
Theileria parva 34 35
163
PLATE
165
Toxoplasma gondii
171
Sarcocystis tenella
177
Myxosporidian Types
183
Microsporidian Types Nosema apis
189
Balantidium coli
193
Ichthyophthirius multifiliis
197
PHYLUM PLATYHELMINThes
199
Types of Common Monogenetic Trematodes
201
Dactylogyrus vastator
203
Sphyranura oligorchis
205
Polystoma nearcticum
207
Subclass Aspidobothrea
209
Aspidogaster conchicola
211
Morphological Types of Adult Digenetic Trematodes
215
Cercarial Types
217
Morphology and Life History Stages
219
Molluscan intermediate hosts of digenetic tre
220
Digenetic Trematodes
221
Some Families of Common Freshwater Snails 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 of North America
223
Some Families of Common Land Snails of North America
225
Land snails
226
Cotylurus flabelliformis
229
Uvulifer ambloplitis
233
Diplostomum baeri eucaliae
234
Alaria canis
239
Clinostomum complanatum
243
Trichobilharzia cameroni
251
Spirorchis parvus
254
Cardicola davisi
257
Postharmostomum helicus
259
Bucephalus elegans
263
Echinostoma revolutum
265
Fasciola hepatica
269
Paramphistomum cervi
275
Stichorchis subtriquetrus
277
Megalodiscus temperatus
281
Quinqueserialis quinqueserialis
283
Dicrocoelium dendriticum
287
Paragonimus kellicotti
317
Nanophyetus salmincola
321
Apophallus venustus
323
Metorchis conjunctus
327
Halipegus eccentricus
331
Some Representative Life Cycles of Digenetic Trematodes
333
Morphological Types of Cestodes
335
Archigetes sieboldi
339
Order Pseudophyllidea
340
Glaridacris catostomi
341
Diphyllobothrium latum
343
Proteocephalus ambloplitis
347
Taenia solium
349
Taeniarhynchus saginatus
353
Echinococcus granulosus
355
Resumé of Life Cycles of Some Taenioid Cestodes of Dogs and Cats
356
Dipylidium caninum
361
Davainea proglottina
362
Rallietina Skrjabinia cesticillus R R echinobothrida and R R tetragona
365
Family Hymenolepidiidae
366
Hymenolepis carioca
367
Drepanidotaenia lanceolata
369
Hymenolepis fraterna
373
Moniezia expansa
377
PHYLUM ACANTHOCEPHALA
379
Summary of Life Cycles of Three Common Orders of Cestodes
381
Morphological Characteristics
382
Acanthocephala
383
Acanthocephala
385
Neoechinorhynchus cylindratum
389
Leptorhynchoides thecatus
393
Moniliformis dubius
395
Macracanthorhynchus hirudinaceus
397
W PHYLUM NEMATHELMINTHES
399
Basic Morphology and Stages of Development of Nematodes
403
Morphological Characteristics of Superfamilies of Nematodes
405
Strongyloides papillosus
409
Ancylostoma caninum and A braziliensis
411
Uncinaria lucasi
415
Oesophagostomum columbianum
419
Stephanurus dentatus
421
Strongylus edentatus S equinus and
423
vulgaris
425
Syngamus trachea
429
Haemonchus contortus Ostertagia circum cincta Trichostrongylus colubriformis
433
Dictyocaulus filaria Protostrongylus rufescens Muellerius capillaria
437
Metastrongylus apri
443
Enterobius vermicularis
445
Heterakis gallinarum and Ascaridia galli
449
Ascaris lumbricoides
453
Toxocara canis
457
Contracaecum aduncum
461
Dracunculus medinensis
465
Oxyspirura mansoni
467
Habronema megastoma H microstoma and H muscosae
471
Tetrameres crami
473
Physocephalus sexalatus and Ascarops strongylina
477
Physaloptera phrynosoma
479
Physaloptera rara
481
Diplotriaena agelaius
485
Litomosoides carinii
487
Dirofilaria immitis
491
Foleyella brachyoptera
495
Trichuris ovis
499
Capillaria annulata
501
Capillaria hepatica
505
Capillaria plica
509
Trichinella spiralis
511
Dioctophyma renale
515
Summary of Direct Life Cycles of Some Nematodes
518
Summary of Indirect Life Cycles of Some Nematodes
519
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