Ascarididae


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Ascarididae

[‚as·kə′rid·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of parasitic nematodes in the superfamily Ascaridoidea.
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Los parasitos gastrointestinales mas frecuentes son helmintos de las familias Strongylidae, Ascarididae, Oxyuridae y Anoplocephalidae (12).
Los generos de mayor importancia y prevalentes a nivel mundial pertenecen a las familias Trichuridae, Trichostrongylidae, Ancylostomidae, Ascarididae y Strongyloididae (Regassa et al., 2006; Colina et al., 2013).
1 Giardia lamblia 126 Nematelminto Ancylostomatidae Ancilostomideos 1 Ancylostoma braziliense 1 Ascarididae Ascaris lumbricoides 12 Oxyuridae Enterobius vermicularis 3 Trichuridae Trichuris trichiura 1 Trichocephalus trichiurus 6 Platelminto Fasciolidae Fasciola hepatica 1 Hymenolepididae Hymenolepis nana 6 Taeniidae Taenia sp.
To the Editor: Baylisascaris procyonis (Ascaridoidea: Ascarididae) parasites are facultatively heteroxenous nematodes that are widely distributed in the United States and Canada, where prevalence rates reach 70%-90%.
28.57% (12) Ascarididae canis Platyhelminthes Ciclophyllidea/ -- 16.66% (7) Hymenolepididae Phylum Order/Family Morphometry Mean and SD * Acanthocephala -- L:83.18 [+ or -] 4.81 W:49.01 [+ or -] 4.15 Nematoda Trichurida/ L:62.92 [+ or -] 6.44 Trichuridae W:29.52 [+ or -] 3.87 Nematoda Strongylida/ L:61.05 [+ or -] 8.99 Ancylostomatidae W:39.02 [+ or -] 7.80 Nematoda Spirurida/ L:43.13 [+ or -] 7.34 Physalopteridae W:26.61 [+ or -] 2.62 Nematoda Ascaridida/ L:68.00 [+ or -] 3.72 Ascarididae W:60.73 [+ or -] 3.53 Platyhelminthes Ciclophyllidea/ L:79.55 [+ or -] 8.28 Hymenolepididae W:63.69 [+ or -] 6.45 * SD = Standard deviation.
Capillaria and Ascarididae eggs were also detected from day 19 and day 32, respectively.
La toxocariasis humana es una zoonosis parasitaria causada principalmente por Toxocara canis, un nematodo que parasita caninos, de la subclase Secernentea, orden Ascaridida y de la familia Ascarididae, que infesta accidentalmente al hombre [7-11].