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CIH Key to the groups and genera of nematode parasites of invertebrates

Commonwealth Institute of Helminthology.

CIH Key to the groups and genera of nematode parasites of invertebrates

by Commonwealth Institute of Helminthology.

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Published by Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux in Farnham Royal .
Written in English


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Statementby G.O. Poinar ; edited by Sheila Willmott.
ContributionsPoinar, George O., Willmott, Sheila.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15557670M

nematodes, whose numerous classic papers on the systematics and biology of this important parasite group are well-known and internationally recognised. In , he published an excellent and very important book, “Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates. Their Development and Transmission” (reviewed in Folia Parasitol. , ).File Size: 83KB. CIH key to the groups and genera of nematode parasites of invertebrates. Farnham Royal, UK: Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux. Rao, P. N. Studies on the nematode parasites of insects and other arthropods. Q. Coelomocytes: Biology and possible immune functions in invertebrates with special remarks on nematodes. Cited by: 2.

This book examines the two major parasite groups that are transmitted via water or foods: the single-celled protozoa, and the helminths: cestodes (tapeworms), nematodes (round worms), and trematodes (flukes). Each chapter covers the biology, mechanisms of pathogenesis, epidemiology, treatment, and inactivation of these parasites.   A new Alaninema species associated with leaf-veined slugs (Athoracophoridae) in New Zealand is described and ema ngata n. sp. is characterised by a very long, cylindrical body, rounded head bearing two circles of cephalic papillae and amphids, shallow stoma with three bifid teeth, muscular, cylindroid pharynx lacking valves, enlarged, rounded cardia, nerve ring crossing the Cited by: 3.

  The nematode order Oxyurida consists of many parasites with vertebrate definitive hosts, including the human pinworm, Enterobius animals are also commonly infected with pinworms, e.g., Syphacia in rodents, Oxyuris in ruminants. Among the lesser-known pinworms are species in the diverse superfamily Thelastomatoidea, a group of putatively nonpathogenic pinworms Cited by: 6. Oxyuridomorphan nematodes are commensal parasites in the intestine of millipedes, scorpions, and several orders of insects, while rhigonematomoran nematodes are found only in millipedes. S.. CIH key to the Groups of Genera of Nematode Parasites of Invertebrates, Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, Farnham Royal. and Willmott, S.


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CIH Key to the groups and genera of nematode parasites of invertebrates by Commonwealth Institute of Helminthology. Download PDF EPUB FB2

CIH key to the groups and genera of nematode parasites of invertebrates. Farnham Royal, Eng.: Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George O Poinar; Commonwealth Institute of Helminthology.

This volume is a republication in one volume of the 10 part CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates, first published between and For many years the Keys have provided a working tool to those within the field and laboratory needing to know "what is this worm?" Now due to popular demand and to coincide with the long awaited publication of the supplement volume, the Keys will Cited by: This volume is a republication in one volume of the part CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates, first published between and For many years the Keys have provided a working tool to those within the field and laboratory needing to know "what is this worm?" Now due to popular demand and to coincide with the long awaited publication of the supplement volume, the Keys will Format: Hardcover.

CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates among a variety of essentially similar genera, often widely separated in a key and under varied and unexpected names.

nematode parasite. Designed to complement the original CIH keys (now repinted as one volume). Supplement inlcludes revised and redescribed taxa and draws attention to new taxa, to generic level, published by many authors after the original Keys were complete. It also identifies the current position of some of the older genera not included in original keys.

Poinar () records cases of association between nematodes and insects, and there are entries in Shephard (). However, only a small fraction of these nematodes resemble plant-parasitic forms.

They are found among Aphelenchida and Tylenchida, and they represent about species distributed among approximately fifty : Michel Remillet. The Nematodes of Vertebrates" by Yamaguti ().

However, for many years, mainly "CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates", published by Anderson, Chabaud and Willmott in ten parts between andhave served as an absolutely essential working tool for the generic identification of nematodes parasitic in by: 1.

More than three hundred nematode genus-group names omitted from or published since the CIH Keys to nematode parasites are listed. These names were abstracted from the generic indices of the Host Author: Frantisek Moravec.

Supplementary Volume by Lynda M. Gibbons - Review For many years, the CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates, authored by Anderson, Chabaud and Willmott (eds.) in ten parts between andserved as a main and absolutely essential working tool for the generic identification of nematodes parasitic in by: 3.

The Nematodes of Vertebrates" by Yamaguti (). However, for many years, mainly "CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates", published by Anderson, Chabaud and Willmott in ten parts between andhave served as an absolutely essential working tool for the generic identification of nematodes parasitic in by: 1.

The aim of the book remains "to summarize and synthesize knowledge of the basic features of the development and transmission of parasitic nematodes of vertebrates, and to place this information in the context of the modern classification as found in the CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates" [but see the 2 departures from these keys.

This book will make a useful companion volume to the CIH Keys to the nematode parasites of vertebrates. Chapter 1 gives a brief history of the study of development and transmission of parasitic nematodes and describes the different larval stages and principles of transmission.

The remainder of the book follows the classification system used in the CIH Keys and the information is arranged Author: R. Anderson. see more details of Vertebrates" [but see the 2 departures from these keys as noted above].

Nematode parasites of humans, domestic animals and wildlife wildlife Subject Category: Organism Groups see more details (including fish) are covered. Each chapter or part begins with an overview of the mode of feeding, habitat and life cycles of the : R. Anderson.

This volume is a republication in one volume of the 10 part CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates, first published between and For many years the ‘Keys’ have provided a working tool to those within the field and laboratory needing to know ‘what is.

For many years, the "CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates", authored by Anderson, Chabaud and Willmott (eds.) in ten parts between andserved as a main and absolutely essential working tool for the generic identification of nematodes parasitic in vertebrates.

The volume includes nematode parasites of humans, domestic animals and wildlife including fish. After an introductory chapter outlining general principles, the author systematically describes the biological characteristics of the 27 superfamilies of nematodes, followed by families, subfamilies, genera 5/5(2).

Review a Brill Book; Making Sense of Illustrated Handwritten Archives; FAQ; Search. Close CIH key to the groups and genera of nematode parasites of invertebrates.

Farnham Royal, UK Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux., (). Parasites of invertebrates in the terrestrial environments. In: Author: George O. Poinar, A. Myer, Brian T. Forschler. This Volume is a republication in one volume of the 10 part Commonwealth Institute of Helminthology's 'Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Vertebrates', first published between and For many years the 'Keys' have provided a working tool to those within the field and laboratory needing to know "what is this worm?" Now due to popular demand and to coincide with the long-awaited 5/5(1).

First record of a mermithid nematode emerging from the wolf spider Pardosa The Pseudocoelomate Bilateria. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, pp. Leech R. The spiders (Araneida) of Hazen Camp 81°49'N, 71°18'W.

Quaest. O., Jr. CIH Key to the Groups and Genera of Nematode Parasites of Invertebrates. Commonwealth Cited by: 4. CIH key to the groups and genera of nematode parasites of invertebrates: Description of an early Cretaceous termite (Isoptera: Kalotermitidae) and its associated intestinal Protozoa: with comments on their co-evolution: Diagnostic manual for the identification of insect pathogens: Diseases of Nematodes.

The Nematodes of Ver-tebrates" by Yamaguti (). However, for many years, mainly "CIH Keys to the Nematode Parasites of Verte-brates", published by Anderson, Chabaud and Willmott in ten parts between andhave served as an absolutely essential working tool for the generic identifi-cation of nematodes parasitic in vertebrates.

The.-J.R. Christie() reviewed the parasites of invertebrates, noting many newly discovered species, chiefly in insects. - Poinarhas worked with different kinds of insect parasitic nematodes, especially mermithids and rhabditids.

He is a "key milestone" in the development of entomopathogenic nematodes. Ascaridoid nematodes reported from terrestrial and freshwater chelonians are described under two monotypic genera, Angusticaecum and a new genus Krefftascaris respectively. The former genus contain A.

holopterum (Rodolphi, ) Baylis, [synonym A. brevispiculum Chapin, ], reported in the natural state from testudinid and emydid tortoises in Europe, U.S.S.R., Iran, Brazil and Cited by: