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isthmiophora melis: experimental reinfection of lymnaea stagnalis by implantation of miracidia after implantation of rediae. 1977885211
parasites of the japanese badger, meles meles anakuma temminck, especially on isthmiophora melis (schrank, 1788) lühe, 1909. 19751228264
[the parasite fauna of east germany. 9. the helminth fauna of lutra lutra].alimentary tract, liver, kidneys and lungs of 25 otters, died of several causes during 1982-1987 in gdr were included in helminthological investigations. parasites were detected in 8 animals. one cestode: taenia martis and 3 trematodes: isthmiophora melis, opisthorchis felineus and pseudamphistomum truncatum are regarded to be certain parasites of this host. other findings like ligula intestinalis, azygia luccii and piscicola geometra and the fragment of a pseudophyllidean enter the alimentary t ...19883177936
studies on the attachment response of isthmiophora melis cercariae (trematoda: echinostomatidae).the cercaria of isthmiophora melis is relatively specific to suitable intermediate hosts, amphibia and fish, as early as the stage of attachment. attachment responses are maximally stimulated by intact amphibia, whereas isolated frog tissues have a reduced efficiency. human urine contains attachment triggering substances. its effectiveness is reduced, when carbonate systems are removed, and may be restored by addition of carbonate. aqueous solution systems of dissolved co2 and h2co3/hco-3 stimul ...19853875190
[the miracidium of isthmiophora melis (schrank, 1788) (echinostomatidae). ecology and morphological features]. 19734578620
[experimental reinfection of lymnaea stagnalis with isthmiophora melis (trematoda, echinostomatidae) by exposition to miracidia after implantation of rediae]. 19695372770
[the modifying effect of the final host on the development of the intestinal fluke isthmiophora melis (schrank 1788). also a contribution to the taxonomic clarification of the genus isthmiophora lühe 1909 (trematoda, echinostomatidae)]. 19675628735
[the modifying effect of the final host on the development of the intestinal fluke isthmiophora melis (schrank, 1788). ii. euparyphium suinum ciurea, 1921, a synonym of isthmiophora melis]. 19685741051
photo- and geo-orientation by echinostome cercariae results in habitat selection.the effect of light and gravity on orientation was studied in cercariae of 4 echinostome species: pseudechinoparyphium echinatum, echinostoma revolutum, hypoderaeum conoideum, and isthmiophora melis. the cercariae were placed into vertical and horizontal cuvettes, illuminated with 2 different light intensities from various directions, and their distribution recorded for 6 hr each species showed its individual pattern of horizontal photo-orientation and geo-orientation, with distinct changes duri ...200111426711
[helminth findings in indigenous raccoon dogs nyctereutes procyonoides (gray, 1843)].internal organs of 74 racoon dogs originating from the eastern districts of the federal land brandenburg were subjected to a complete helminthological dissection. in addition, samples of diaphragma muscles from 46 further animals were examined for trichinella larvae. altogether 3 trematode- (alaria alata, isthmiophora melis, metorchis bilis), 3 cestode- (mesocestoides sp., echinococcus multilocularis, taenia polyacantha) and 7 nematode species (capillaria aerophila, c. plica, trichinella spirali ...200111505800
isthmiophora lühe, 1909 and euparyphium dietz, 1909 (digenea: echinostomatidae) re-defined, with comments on their nominal species.the validity of isthmiophora lühe, 1909 in relation to euparyphium dietz, 1909 is discussed and confirmed. isthmiophora melis schrank, 1788) [the type-species] and i. inermis (fuhrmann, 1904) n. comb. are redescribed, and diagnoses are given for both genera, along with lists of their presently-accepted constituent species which are commented upon where necessary. a similar list of species previously allocated to these genera is also presented with comments on their current status. a key to the s ...200212075152
[reexamination of the life cycle of isthmiophora melis (trematoda: echinostomatidae) on material from southeast europe].the life cycle of isthmiophora melis (schrank, 1788) on material from southeast europe was experimentally reexamined. thirteen names or combinations can be accepted as true synonyms of i. melis: distoma melis (schrank, 1788) zeder, 1800; echinocirrus melis (schrank, 1788) mendhaim, 1943; isthmiophora spiculator (dujardin, 1845); echinostoma trigonocephalum (rud., 1802) cobbold, 1861; e. melis (schrank, 1788) dietz, 1909; e. spiculator dujardin, 1845; euparyphium jassyense leon and ciurea, 1922; ...200920198963
host-dependent morphology of isthmiophora melis (schrank, 1788) luhe, 1909 (digenea, echinostomatinae)--morphological variation vs. molecular stability.echinostomes are cosmopolitan digenean parasites which infect many different warm-blooded hosts. their classification is extremely confused; the host spectrum is wide, and morphological similarities often result in misidentification. during our long-term studies on the helminth fauna of rodents and carnivores we have collected 27 collar-spined echinostomes which differ in morphology to an extent that suggests the presence of more than one species. here, we describe this material, and the extent ...201526394689
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