Results 1 - 10 of 7,016
Trophically transmitted parasites as ecosystem indicators : relationships among parasite community structure, juvenile salmon diet composition, and ocean conditions
Losee, James P. [2012-05-29]
Recent research conducted throughout the Northern California Current (NCC) on the ecology of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) indicates that variable ocean conditions affect the community composition of zooplankton in the nearshore environment which, in turn, can affect the quality of prey for fish, sea birds and mammals. Interannual variability in the quality and composition of the copepod ...
SUBJECT: coho salmon -- parasites -- washington (state) -- pacific coast; chinook salmon -- effect of temperature on -- washington (state) -- pacific coast; coho salmon -- food -- washington (state) -- pacific coast; california current; chinook salmon -- effect of temperature on -- columbia river
A glut herring, Pomolobus aestivalis, with an attached colonial hydroid, Obelia commensuralis. American Museum novitates ; no. 945
Gudger, E. W. 
SUBJECT: ql1 .a436 no.945; pomolobus aestivalis -- abnormalities.; fishes -- north carolina -- atlantic coast.; pomolobus aestivalis -- parasites.; atlantic herring -- parasites.
Notes on the structure, distribution, and synonomy of Diphyllobothrium lanceolatum. American Museum novitates ; no. 880
Stunkard, Horace Wesley et al. 
"Additions are made to Zschokke's (1903) account of the structure of Diphyllobothrium lanceolatum (Krabbe, 1865), and some of the variations which have been observed in this species are recorded. 2. D. schistochilos (Germanos, 1895) and D. coniceps (Linstow, 1905) are considered synonyms of D. lanceolatum. 3. A check list of the diphyllobothrid species occurring in seals is given"--P. 8.
SUBJECT: bearded seal -- parasites.; platyhelminthes -- bering sea; seals (animals) -- parasites.; diphyllobothrium lanceolatum.; phocidae -- parasites.
Ruchirat Worasing et al. 
Study was determined the infection rate of gastrointestinal parasites in goat in eight provinces of southern Thailand comprised Phang-nga, Krabi, Surat Thani, Nakon Si Thammarat, Patthalung, Songkhla, Satun and Trang between 2008 and 2009. The study areas Fecal specimens form 1,783 goats of any breed and sex were collected per rectum and the goat's age were recorded. Specimens were collected b ...
SUBJECT: gastrointestinal parasites; digestive system; pathology; goats; goats
Prevalence of soil-transmitted and gastro-intestinal parasites of dogsin Bangkhen areas of Kasetsart University
Tanadon Kijsumritroj et al. 
SUBJECT: digestive system; prevalence; gastro-intestinal parasites; soil; thailand
Laxminarayan, Ramanan et al. [2008-06]
As planning for malaria shifts from control to elimination and eventual eradication, policymakers are faced with decisions about resource allocation, and best approaches for financing malaria control interventions. At the operational level, these decisions will determine the relative emphasis on different tools such as insecticide treated nets (ITNs), indoor residual spraying (IRS) and ...
SUBJECT: parasite population; fevers; species; drug resistance; treatment
Холодковская, Е. В. 
A record has been made of symbiont species Mytilus galloprovincialis, Ostrea edulis and Crassostrea gigas along the Black Sea coast of Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria, Romania of and their range of dispersal, which is determined by the ecology of biota types. New data on the morphometry of trematodе Parvatrema duboisi and infusoria Raabella helensis and Crebricoma carinata are given.
SUBJECT: symbionts; паразиты; симбионты; symbionts; черное море
A new genus for Ione indecora Markham, 1988, a second record for that species, and a new congeneric species from Australia (Crustacea, Isopoda, Bopyridae, Ioninae). American Museum novitates ; no. 3258
Markham, John C. et al. 
"The new genus Albunione is described, with Ione indecora Markham, 1988, as the type species. It includes A. indecora, which infests the albuneid anomuran Albunea paretii Guérin-Méneville in the Caribbean, and the new species A. australiana, which infests Albunea microps Miers off the coast of Queensland, Australia. These species of Albunea are the only members of the anomuran superfamily Hipp ...
SUBJECT: crustacea -- australia -- queensland -- classification.; albunione australiana.; bopyridae -- caribbean area -- classification.; albunione indecora.; ql1 .a436 no.3258
Nigrelli, Ross F. et al. 
"One new and five previously described species of parasites were taken from the swordfish by the American Museum-Lerner Expedition at Louisburg, Nova Scotia, in the summer of 1936. These are as follows: Cestoda: Pseudophyllidea, Dibothrium plicatum Rudolphi; Tetrarhynchidea, Dibothriorhynchus attenuatus (Rudolphi), Tentacularia coryphaena Bosc, Nybelinia lamontei, new species, Nematoda, Contra ...
SUBJECT: platyhelminthes -- nova scotia -- louisbourg region; pennella filosa.; nematoda -- nova scotia -- louisbourg region.; tapeworms -- nova scotia -- louisbourg region; ql1 .a436 no.996
Wilson, Charles Branch et al. 
SUBJECT: fishes -- parasites -- congo (democratic republic); copepoda -- congo (democratic republic); qh1 .a4 vol.43; branchiura -- congo (democratic republic); art.1