a. & n.1.(Zool.) Strongyloid.
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Analysis of the strongylid nematodes (Nematoda: Strongylidae) community after deworming of brood horses in Ukraine.
Fecal examination showed few coccidian and strongylid eggs.
Ten helminth parasite species have been formally described from these two host species, including anoplocephalid tapeworms of the genus Schizorchis Hansen, 1948, oxyurid nematodes of the genus Cephaluris Akhtar, 1947 and subgenera Labiostomum (Labiostomum) Akhtar, 1941 and Labiostomum (Eugenuris) (Schultz, 1948), and strongylid nematodes of the genera Graphidiella Olsen, 1948, Murielus Dikmans, 1939, and Ohbayashinema Durette-Desset, 1974.
By using these coproscopic methods, it is not always possible to identify and distinguish the eggs and larvae of different species of strongylid nematodes with certainty[7].
Comparison of two techniques used for the recovery of third-stage strongylid nematode larvae from herbage.
Diversity of the infracommunities of strongylid nematodes in the ventral colon of Equus caballus from Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil.
The infectious diseases that affected the livestock have disappeared thanks to vaccinations, leaving only parasitic infections such as infections of the lung and stomach (strongyloidiasis) caused by strongylid nematodes or tapeworm infestation caused by Taenia.
In addition, sequencing of the cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1 (cox1) gene has been successfully used to establish intraspecies genetic differences of many strongylid nematodes, including hookworms (18-21).
Small number (11%) of animals was found excreting ascarid eggs and eggs of non strongylid helminths.
Furthermore, no strongylid nematodes from the aforementioned superfamilies have been reported from the CNS.