This strong host reaction, presumably induced by sporocysts (or rediae), seems uncommon in molluscs acting as first intermediate hosts of digenetic
trematodes (Cremonte et al.
The existence of rivers and canals provides excellent breeding grounds for the development and survival of freshwater snails serving as potential intermediate hosts for a variety of digenetic
A synoptical review of life histories of digenetic
trematodes of vertebrates.
Systema Helminthum: Digenetic
Trematodes of Vertebrates-Part I: Interscience Publications, N.
and aspidogastrid trematodes from marine fishes of Curacao and Jamaica.
Photomicrographs showing the digenetic
features in the AMB 5 facies are: Loose-closely packed grains, compaction, calcite cement, silica cement and Iron oxidation.
Such lesions have been associated in India with Schistosoma nasale, a species of digenetic
trematode in the family Schistosomatidae.
Our study results, determined by using molecular techniques, confirmed that the cercaria stage of a digenetic
2006) reported that fish infected with digenetic
trematode, Diplostomumspathaceum, was more vulnerable to Aeromonas salmonicida infections than others without parasitic infestations.
brasiliensis, the digenetic
trematodes Diplostomidae Poirier, 1886 are relatively common in studies involving this host.
The thick sediments of the Lower Cretaceous and Jurassic (up to 8000 m, Figure 2) suggest the presence of possible burial digenetic
origin for higher occurrence of illite and decrease in IS due to illitization of smectite (Ruarri et al.
The relationship between pollution and snails is unknown to our men working in the field and likewise the complex life cycle of digenetic
trematode is not known to most of our people.