presence in crops may also raise public health issues since several species can be naturally infected with helminths causing human diseases, such as Angiostrongylus costaricensis (Moreira & Cespedes, 1971), which causes abdominal angiostrongyliasis, and Angiostrongylus cantonensis (Chen, 1935), which is the etiological agent of eosinophilic meningitis (OHLWEILER et al., 2010).
According to their biology, freshwater mollusks
are natural inhabitants of large and small ponds involved in water purification and are indicator species for determining the degree of anthropogenic loading of biotopes.
He said one of the most diverse animal resource in Cebu were mollusks
with at least 50-100 species abundant in different parts of the province.
Rosales, project staff, it is possible that the team found the tiniest snail in the world from the unidentified species of micro mollusks
Their soft unsegmented bodies have allowed mollusks
to evolve into an array of forms, which has enabled them to exploit many different habitats and food resources (Gilpin 2006).
Spatial distribution of Biomphalaria mollusks
at Sao Francisco River Basin, Minas Gerais, Brazil, using geostatistical procedures.
The time to death of the mollusks
was groupwise compared by Kaplan-Meier product limit estimates.
Marine Bivalve Mollusks
from Baja California to Northern Peru Part I.
The population control of transmitter mollusks
is done with niclosamide, a molluscicide recommended by the World Health Organization for control programs [1-3].
Author Ramasamy Santhanam presents students, academics, researchers, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with an examination of the scientific and common names, habitats, global distributions, nutritional makeup, and biological features of the algae, plants, frogs, fish, mollusks
, and crustaceans of freshwater habitats throughout the world.
, Notes for a Short Course (Bottjer, D., Hickman, C.