Spirurida


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Spirurida

[spī′ru̇r·əd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of phasmid nematodes in the subclass Spiruria.
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Mouse infection with Brugia malayi (a filarial nematode that belongs to the order Spirurida, superfamily Filarioidea) also induces AAMs that strongly suppress T cell proliferation and have tissue repair functions [61, 62].
Larval Spirurida (Nematoda) from the crab Macrophthalmus hirtipes in New Zealand.
Morphology of the infective larval stage of the equid parasite Habronema muscae (Spirurida: Habronematidae), from houseflies (Musca domestica).
erythareus, pero se hallaron dos ejemplares de nematodes per tenecientes a los generos Stilestrongylus (Nematoda: Strongylida: Heligmonellidae) y Pterygodermatites (Nematoda: Spirurida: Rictulariidae) en visceras de esta especie.
Hemiuridae He,met 0,3 0,9 (metacercaria) Nematoda: Pseudodelphis Pseud 0,2 0,1 Spirurida chilensis Parasitos Numero especies hospederas por poza ZC ZCS Annelidae: Piscicolidae 1,7 2,0 Hirudinea gen.
While in the current report the general characteristics of the nematodes and the eggs found in the female uterus are in agreement with those of nematodes from the order Spirurida and the genus Procyrnea (Zhang et al., 2004; Quentin et al., 1983; Vicente et al., 1995), there is no previous publication in which a Procyrnea species is associated with this kind of gross and microscopic proventricular lesions described herein.
Case report: first evidence of human zoonotic infection by Onchocerca lupi (Spirurida, Onchocercidae).
Thelazia is an important spirurida nematode of cattle, buffalo, sheep, goat, horse, dog and man.
The genus Gnathostoma belongs to a large order of nematodes, Spirurida, and currently has thirteen recognized species; six of which can cause human infections.