Trichomonas

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Trich·o·mo·nas

n. parásitos protozoarios que se alojan en el tubo digestivo y en el tracto genitourinario de vertebrados;
___ vaginalis___ vaginalis, agente causante de la vaginitis.
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Avian trichomonosis, caused by the protozoan Trichomonas gallinae, affects bird-eating raptors worldwide.
Trichomonas gallinae parasitizes a variety of avian orders especially in domestic pigeons (Columba livia domestica, Order Columbiformes).
The population showed high levels of parasite Trichomonas gallinae, which causes the deadly bird disease trichomonosis.
decaocto es portadora del protozooario Trichomonas gallinae, el cual al parecer tiene un efecto adverso sobre otras especies nativas (Bean et al.
Some notable species of trichomonads include Tritrichomonas foetus, Trichomonas gallinae, and Trichomonas vaginalis.
The results revealed some porotozan infections including Haemoproteus colombae (20.8%), Trichomonas gallinae (26.8%) Cryptosporidium spp (1.2%) and Eimeria spp (21.6%) and also ectoparasites including Lipeurus spp (3.2%), Menopen gallinae (15.2%), Ceratophyllus colombae (10.4%) and Louse fly (12%).
Study population: Between January and December 2008, 74 raptors (66 Falconiformes and eight Strigiformes) of 15 species (Table 1), juveniles and adults from both sexes (39 males and 35 female), were evaluated for the presence of Trichomonas gallinae, gastrointestinal and blood parasites.
A wildlife adviser with the RSPCA believes the deaths are being caused by the trichomonas gallinae parasite which causes lesions on the throat.
The activity demonstrated by some of the isolated carbazole alkaloids and their derivatives against Trichomonas gallinae confirmed that the anti-trichomonal activity of the leaf may be due to its carbazole alkaloids.
Trichomonas gallinae has emerged worldwide as a cause of mortality in songbirds (passerine birds).
Trichomonas gallinae, a well-documented protozoan parasite of avian hosts, has been implicated in major passerine mortality events recently and historically throughout the literature.