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Oxyuroid parasities of arthropoda

Mohammad Abdul Basir

Oxyuroid parasities of arthropoda

a monographic study.

by Mohammad Abdul Basir

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Published by E. Schweizerbart in Stuttgart .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arthropoda -- Parasites.,
  • Nematoda.,
  • Thelastomatidae.,
  • Oxyuridae.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    SeriesZoologica, Original-Abhandlungen aus dem Gesamtgebiet der Zoologie -- Heft 106, Bd. 38, Lief. 2.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination79 p.
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16598706M

    Parasitic arthropods of mammals‎ (1 C, 41 P) P Parasitic acari‎ (1 C, 29 P) Pages in category "Parasitic arthropods" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. This list may not reflect recent changes. Acrobelione halimedae; Orthione griffenis. DISCUSSION According to Welch (), oxyuroid nematodes live commensally most of their life cycle in the hindgut of their arthropod hosts, feeding primarily on bacteria. Hosts are infected orally by ingesting eggs (the only free living stage) with their normal by: 8.

    List of arthropod orders Jump to navigation Jump to search. Wolf Aedes aegypti, a parasite, is the vector of dengue fever and yellow fever. Order Hemiptera – 50,–80, (True bugs) Order Psocodea – 11, (Lice, bark lice, book lice) Order Thysanoptera – 5, Learn more about your arthropods! Arthropods – insects, spiders, and their relatives – are all around us. Many spend their entire lives in the wilds of nature, rarely seen by humans. Others, however, accidentally or intentionally inhabit our homes, taking up residence in our basements, kitchens, bathrooms, and even bedrooms. Their lives are rarely observed, but.

    Publications: The MyriaLit/CIM LIT Database The MyriaLit/CIM LIT is an online reference database to compile all literature references on Myriapoda. It contains o references on Chilopoda, Diplopoda, Pauropoda and Symphyla from the year up . Arthropod Parasites Arthropods form a huge assemblage of small coelomate animals with “jointed limbs” (hence the name arthro-pods). They exhibit segmentation of their bodies (metamerism) which is often masked in adults because their body segments are combined into functional groups (called tagmata).


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Basir, Mohammad Abdul. Oxyuroid parasites of Arthropoda. Stuttgart, Schweizerbart, (OCoLC) Basir has revised all the genera and species of the Thelastomatidae, giving redescriptions and, where possible, figures.

He proposes the erection of three new genera, namely, Schwenkiella n.g. for Thelastoma robustum (Leidy, ) and T. icemi (Schwenk, ), Johnstonia n.g. for T.

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Smart, ). Basir () has done an excellent work on oxyuroid parasites of Arthropoda. Poinar () gave a generic key of entomophilic nematodes. Globally, remarkable studies on parasitic nematodes of arthropods were made by Hammerschmidt (), Leidy (), Cobb (), Travassos ( The three themes of symbionts, vector immune defenses and arthropod saliva modulation of the host environment are central to the concept of determinants of vector competence that involves all aspects of vector-borne pathogen development within the arthropod that culminates in the successful transmission to the vertebrate host.

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These arthropod vectors are characterized as feeding on blood at some or all stages of their life cycles. The arthropods feed on the blood which typically allows parasites to enter the bloodstream of the host. The Anopheles mosquito serves as a vector for malaria, filariasis, and arboviruses as well (arthropod-borne-viruses).

Eleven Oxyuroid parasites are described in the present paper of which three belong to new genera and seven to new species. One species has been re-describe Basirella is characterised in having a divided type of body into an anterior barrel-shaped part and a Cited by: Arthropod Involvement in Human Diseases Type of involvement Examples A- Cause of the disease Scabies, microscopic mites lives in subcutaneous tunnels and cause intense itching B- Intermediate host in the life cycle of a parasite Mosquito in the transmission of filariasis C- Definitive host in the life cycle of a parasiteFile Size: 1MB.

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