Nematode parasites of domestic animals and of man
Introduction of the nematoda; Tylenchorids and rhabditorids; Hookworms; Strongyles; Nodular worms, bowel worms, gapeworms and kidney worms; Trichostrongyles; Lungworms and related nematodes; Ascarids and related nematodes; Heterakids and other cecal worms; Pinworms and related nematodes; Spirurorids; Filarial nematodes; Guinea worms and related nematodes; Whipworms; Capillariins and related nematodes; Trichinella and trichinosis; Dioctophymatorids.
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Tylenchorids and Rhabditorids
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1st stage larvae 2nd stage 3rd stage larvae 4th stage larvae abomasum adult stage Alicata altho anemia animals anus Ascaris autopsy axei Becklund blood body bronchioles buccal capsule bursa calves caninum cats cattle cause cecum cells colubriformis contortus Cooperia cuticle cuticular cycle days after infection dogs dorsal ensheathed eosinophils esophagus external leaf-crown fecal egg counts feces females free-living genus goats gubernaculum guinea pigs Haemonchus Haemonchus contortus hatch Helm Herlich hookworm immunity infective larvae ingested intermediate hosts lambs Levine lobes lumen lungs lungworm male bursa Male posterior end migrate molt mucosa nematodes Nematodirus nm long nm wide nodules number of worms occurs Oesophagostomum Ostertagia papillae Parasit Parasitol Parasitology pasture pathogenic prepatent period rabbits Railliet sheath sheep Skryabin small intestine species spicules stoma strongyles Strongyloides Subfamily survival Syns tail temperature thru thruout the world tion tissues Trichostrongylus ventral vulva weeks Whitlock