2 edition of Ecological biogeography of Lymnaea truncatula in the Netherlands. found in the catalog.
Ecological biogeography of Lymnaea truncatula in the Netherlands.
Hermanus Johannes Over
Written in English
|LC Classifications||QL430.5.L55 O93|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||68134546|
Short note Infection of Lymnaea truncatula and Lymnaea glabra by Fasciola hepatica and Paramphistomum daubneyi in farms of central France Mouna Abrousa Daniel Rondelauda Gilles Dreyfussb Jacques Cabaretc a Laboratoire d’histopathologie parasitaire, faculté de médecine, 2, rue du Docteur Raymond Marcland, Limoges cedex, France h Laboratoire de parasitologie, faculté . I.J.A.B.R, VOL. 3(3) ISSN – ECOLOGICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY OF LOGANIACEAE IN WEST AFRICA a, b*Oduoye, O. T. & bOgundipe, O.T. aNational Centre for Genetic Resources and Biotechnology (NACGRAB), PMB , Moor plantation, Apata, Ibadan. bMolecular Systematic Laboratory, Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, University of Lagos, Nigeria.
A strain of Fasciola hepática with very large eggs has been recorded on 3 occasions from sheep and cattle near Utrecht, the Netherlands. Eggs from cattle faeces were hatched and the miracidia used to infect Lymnaea truncatula; the resulting meta-cercariae infected fluke-free lambs to produce adults with large eggs. The origin of the strain is briefly : J. Jansen. Meunier C, Hurtrez-Boussès S, Jabbour-Zahab R, Durand P, Rondelaud D & Renaud F () Field and experimental evidence of preferential selfing in the freshwater mollusc Lymnaea truncatula (Gastropoda, Pulmonata). Heredity. pdf.
Longitudinal study on the temporal and micro-spatial distribution of Galba truncatula in four farms in Belgium as a base for small-scale risk mapping of Fasciola hepatica Johannes Charlier, Karen Soenen, Els De Roeck, Wouter Hantson, Els Ducheyne, Frieke Van Coillie, Robert De Wulf, Guy Hendrickx, and Jozef VercruysseCited by: 8. Lymnaeidae, common name the pond snails, is a taxonomic family of small to large air-breathing freshwater snails, aquatic pulmonate gastropod mollusks, that belong to the clade Hygrophila. Lymnaeidae is the only family within the superfamily Lymnaeoidea (according to the taxonomy of the Gastropoda by Bouchet & Rocroi, ).Class: Gastropoda.
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The text has been praised for its solid background in historical biogeography and basic biology, that is enhanced Format: Hardcover. Over, H. () Ecological biogeography of Lymnaea truncatula in the Netherlands. Thesis, Utrecht.
Over, H. () The development of and the relationship between Lymnaea truncatula and the larval stages of Fasciola by: The distribution and ecology of Lymnaea truncatula in the Netherlands is described. Control of fascioliasis by drainage and local extermination of snails is discussed.
The significance of seasonal variations in infection as a basis for the use of grazing management in control is considered.
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Over, H. () Ecological biogeography of Lymnaea truncatula in the Netherlands. Thesis: University of Utrecht. Rowcliffe, S. and Ollerenshaw, C. () Observations on the bionomics of the egg of Fasciola by: 5.
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This paper focuses on the geographical distribution and habitats of Lymnaea truncatula, the intermediate, snail host of the liver fluke, Fasciola hepatica, as reflected by the samples in the.
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