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Trematodes of animals and man essentials of trematodology. Trematody zhivotnykh i cheloveka; osnovy trematodologii by K. I. Skriпё aпёЎbin

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Published by Israel Program for Scientific Translations in Jerusalem .
Written in English

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  • Trematoda

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StatementK.I. Skrjabin ; translated from Russian [by A. Birron and Z.S. Cole]
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LC ClassificationsQL391 T7 S5513
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Open LibraryOL18092113M

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  Trematodes of animals and man by K. I. Skri︠a︡bin, , Published for the Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture and the National Science Foundation, by Amerind Publishing Co., Available from the National Technical Information Service edition, in English. Trematodes of animals and man. Jerusalem, Israel Program for Scientific Translations [etc. ?]-(OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: K I Skri︠a︡bin. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of Trematody zhivotnykh i cheloveka. Vol. 20 published at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Trematodes are flattened oval or worm-like animals, usually no more than a few centimetres in length, although species as small as 1 millimetre ( in) are known. Their most distinctive external feature is the presence of two suckers, one close to the mouth, and the other on the underside of the animal.. The body surface of trematodes comprises a tough syncitial tegument, which helps Class: Rhabditophora. Peter Leutscher, Pascal Magnussen, in Tropical Dermatology (Second Edition), Introduction. Schistosomiasis is caused by blood flukes (trematodes) belonging to the genus are infected through contact with Schistosoma-infested water.A multitude of clinical manifestations are associated with Schistosoma infection in humans. The nature and severity of symptoms are.

They are organisms of veterinary and medical importance (given that they infect and affect both human beings and animals). With o species in the class Trematoda, trematodes can be found in various habitats across the globe. Depending on the species, trematodes may depend on one or several hosts to complete their life cycle. Over the last few decades new data on the distribution, pathogenicity, diagnosis, treatment and control of trematode infections and diseases in man and animals, including zoonotic trematodiasis, have emerged from various geographical regions. These new data are compiled in this book together with existing information to fulfil the present need. The most significant trematodes from a clinical point of view are blood flukes, Schistosoma mansoni, F. hepatica is distributed worldwide and is a parasite of grazing animals (sheep and cattle) and man. O. sinensis is a widespread parasite of man, dogs and cats in southeast Asia. It is extraordinarily common in China and is also found in. Book: Trematodes of animals and man. Principles of trematodology. Volume XII. Vol pp pp. Abstract: The volume is devoted to Haploporidae haploporidae Subject Category: Organism Author: K. I. Skryabin.

The sixth volume of Skryabin's "Trematodes of Animals and Man" systematically surveys Aspidogastrea, Heterophyoidea and Microphallidae. Each taxonomic unit is defined. There are a number of keys, numerous sets of illustrations in the text and extensive lists of references. The following new data are incorporated. In the Aspidogastrea, the subgenus Multicalyx Faust & Tang, is raised to Author: K. I. Skryabin. When this historically significant volume was first published in , the detailed study of the Trematoda had been neglected in Britain. Dawes' aim in this book was to make available in English information that will enable students, teachers, and research workers to identify the trematode parasites of representative animals from the European Format: Paperback.   Trematodes 1. • F. hepatica is distributed worldwide and is a parasite of grazing animals (sheep and cattle) and man. • O. sinensis is a widespread parasite of man, dogs and cats in southeast Asia. It is extraordinarily common in China and is also found in Korea and Japan. Related Opisthorchis species parasitizing European cats. Dicrocoelium dendriticum is commonly referred to as the “lancet fluke” of sheep, goats, and cattle. This tiny, flattened, leaflike fluke is only 6 to 10 mm long and to mm wide and has an oral sucker, a ventral sucker, tandem testes, and a lateral vitellaria (an accessory genital gland that secretes the yolk and shell for the fertilized ovum).