Eimeriina

Eimeriina

[‚ī·mə′rī·ə·nə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A suborder of coccidian protozoans in the order Eucoccida in which there is no syzygy and the microgametocytes produce a large number of microgametes.
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Although there is general agreement on the placement of those coccidia into the suborder Eimeriina, their classification into the families Sarcocystidae and Eimeriidae has not generally been accepted (Tenter et al., 2002; Morrison et al., 2004).
[17] reported that the prevalence of coccidia oocyst was 18.7% in California's beef cattle.Eimerian coccidian are members of the suborder Eimeriina, and they are typically highly host-, organ- and tissue-specific.
Se encuentra clasificado como: phylum: Apicomplexa, clase: Sporozoa, subclase: Coccidia, orden: Eucoccidiida, suborden: Eimeriina, familia: Cryptosporidiidae y, hasta el momento y segun su especificidad de hospedador, morfologia de los ooquistes y lugar de infeccion, se consideran seis (6) especies dentro del genero Cryptosporidium: C.