[biological cycle of cyrnea (procyrnea) mansoni seurat, 1914, a habronemid nematode parasite of birds of prey in togo].a habronemid nematode in birds of prey, milvus migrans bonaparti and accipiter badius linné, in togo, is identified as cyrnea (procyrnea) mansioni (seurat, 1914). larval development is experimentally studied in the orthopteran acrididae tylotropidius patagiatus karsch. the first three larval stages are described and illustrated. the biology of this spiruroid nematode is distinguished by the unusual rapidity of larval development (infective larvae at 10 days). comparison of the life cycle of c. m ...19836625469
quantitative and qualitative morphologic, cytochemical and ultrastructural characteristics of blood cells in the crested serpent eagle and shikra.the crested serpent eagle (spilornis cheela) is a bird of prey found in the tropical rain forest in thailand. the shikra (accipiter badius) is a sparrow hawk and common resident in thailand. blood samples from 9 crested serpent eagles and 12 shikras were obtained from september 2010 to november 2014. they were clinically healthy and negative for blood parasites detectable by light microscopy and molecular techniques (partial cytochrome b gene for avian malaria and partial 18s rrna gene for trypa ...201526563029
plasmodium circumflexum in a shikra (accipiter badius): phylogeny and ultra-structure of the haematozoa.a wild-caught, juvenile shikra (accipiter badius) was evaluated for rehabilitation at the kasetsart university raptor rehabilitation unit (kurru) with a history of weakness. plasmodium sp. was observed by both light and electron microscopy in blood obtained on day 1 of evaluation. based on the appearance of erythrocytic meronts and gametocytes, the parasites were defined as plasmodium (giovannolaia) circumflexum. the sequence analysis of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene from the plasmodia was ...201223094585
accumulation pattern of persistent organochlorine pesticides in liver tissues of various species of birds from part of a large study on assessing the impact of environmental contaminants in indian avifauna, the presence of organochlorine pesticides (ocps) in liver tissues of 16 species of birds collected from ahmedabad, india during 2005-2007 was quantified. the higher concentrations of total organochlorine pesticides were detected in livers of shikra accipiter badius (3.43 ± 0.99 μg/g wet wt) and the lower levels in white ibis pseudibis papillosa (0.02 ± 0.01 μg/g wet wt). marked differences in the c ...201323054790
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