Monogenea


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Monogenea

[‚män·ə′jē·nē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A diverse subclass of the Trematoda which are principally ectoparasites of fishes; individuals have enlarged anterior and posterior holdfasts with paired suckers anteriorly and opisthaptors posteriorly.
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Although there are many papers on parasites, mainly on Protozoa, Monogenea, and Crustacea, of the marine fishes from Turkey, only two studies by Oktener and Trilles (6) and Akmirza (7) mentioned regarding one crustacean and nematod species of L.
Prevalencia y lugar de ubicacion de parasitos en 150 peces maritimos de interes comercial destinados al consumo humano, procedentes de dos terminales pesqueros en Lima Metropolitana (2014) Parasito Prevalencia Lugar de ubicacion (%) Monogenea Monocotile sp 18.
Hematological parameters of Hoplias malabaricus (Characiformes: Erythrinidae) parasitized by Monogenea in lagoons in Pirassununga, Brazil.
and homogeneous in digenean spermatology, with the single exception of schistosomes (Justine and Mattei, 1981)-- can vary from one to two in other groups of parasitic Platyhelminthes such as Monogenea (Justine et al.
1988); That is, they would affect the permeability of the cell membrane of the parasites and cause causes vacuolization and disintegration of monogenea teguments.
En el presente trabajo se describe, identifica y se determinan los indices ecologicos de la fauna monogenea que parasita a teleosteos de la Laguna de Las Marites, Venezuela.
There was no infection with Crustacea, Monogenea, and Digenea in all fish samples from all water sources.
Chi-squared analysis indicates that character loss in the Digenea and Monogenea occurs in proportion to total change and is disproportionately lower within the Eucestoda.