National Institutes of Health Bulletin Volume 59-62

National Institutes of Health Bulletin Volume 59-62

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1910 edition. Excerpt: ...moderate; genital sphincter present; pars prostatica thin; musculosa long, coiled; body 8 to 11 mm. long; type host Antilope dorcas.............................P. m'icrob0th1ium Fischoeder, 1901. D'. Testes near acetabulum: E8. Testes much smaller than acetabulum, cauliflower-like; excretory vesicle bag shaped, distended; excretory pore in pre-and vesicular zones; body 5.25 to 9.5 mm. long, 2 to 3 mm. broad; type host Bos 'ind'icus, India............................................P. indicum, p. 121. E9. Testes about equal to (or slightly smaller or larger than) acetabulum; excretory pore distinctly prevesicular; type cer'v'i. Subgenus Paramphistomum, p. 77. F'. Testes nearly smooth; genital pore prebifurcal; pars musculosa very short; body 3 to 8 mm. long; type hosts Cervus simplicicormls, C. campestris, C. mexicanus, C. rufus, C. dichotomus, C. namby, Brazil.................................P. liorchis Fischoeder, 1901. F5. Testes lobate: G'. Testes distinctly smaller than acetabulum; acetabulum one-third as long as body; body 11 to 15 mm. long; type host Bos kerabau, Ceylon..........................P. bathycotyle Fischoeder, 1901. G2. Testes not distinctly smaller than acetabulum: H'. Genital pore bifurcal or only slightly postbifurcal; body 5 to 12 mm. long; type host Cervus elaphas, Europe..P. cer'v'i(Sch1'an.k, 1790). G3. Genital pore markedly postbifurcal; body 5 to 9 mm. long, 2 to 3 mm. broad; type hosts Bos bubalus, Cochin-China, and Bos 'ind1'4.-us, at Berlin, Germany................P. epiclitum Fischoeder, 1904. Subgenus PARAMPHISTOMUM. SUBGENEBIC DIAGNOSIS.--.Pl1T(l'mph'l8l0m'u77L (p. 73): Ceca sinuous to wavy, not straight; long, end in or close to acetabular zone; esophagus without muscular...show more

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  • Paperback | 202 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 372g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236777751
  • 9781236777751