By J. R. Baker, R. Muller
Meant for learn scientists in all branches of organic parasitology, this publication explores a variety of themes from the sector. between these mentioned are the dactlosomatidae and the lifestyles cycles of consultant species in their genera, the synthesis and catabolism of amino acids in helminths, the consequences of marine pollutants at the parasites of marine animals, the an infection of inbred mice with ''schistosoma japonicum'', and the biology, body structure and improvement of helminths cultivated on chick embryo, concerning those to the constitution, body structure and biochemistry of embryo membranes.
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25. Merogonic development of Babesiosoma stableri within the salivary cells of Desserobdella picfa. A cruciform tetranucleate meront produces four merozoites by simultaneous peripheral budding in the same manner as occurs within anuran erythrocytes. Mn, micronemes; Nu, nucleus. 5 pm (from Barta and Desser, 1989. 26. Apical end of a merozoite of Babesiosoma stableri within a leech salivary cell. A conoid (Co), a pair of preconoidal rings (Rp) and a polar ring (Pr) are located anterior to three flask-shaped rhoptries (Rh).
Mn, micronemes; Nu, nucleus. 5 pm (from Barta and Desser, 1989. 26. Apical end of a merozoite of Babesiosoma stableri within a leech salivary cell. A conoid (Co), a pair of preconoidal rings (Rp) and a polar ring (Pr) are located anterior to three flask-shaped rhoptries (Rh). 25 pm. 27. Like the intraerythrocytic merozoites, merozoites of Babesiosoma stableri infecting leech salivary gland cells have about 40 subpellicular microtubules. Bar = 0 . 1 ~ m . 22 J. R. 28. Repeated merogonic replication of Babesiosoma stableri within salivary cells produces large numbers of elongate merozoites that are infective to frogs.
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Advances in Parasitology, Vol. 30 by J. R. Baker, R. Muller