MAŠOVÁ, Šárka and Vlastimil BARUŠ. Structure of cephalic end and eggs of Cithariniella khalili Petter, Vassiliades & Troncy, 1972 (Pharyngodonidae) (Structure of cephalic end and eggs of Cithariniella khalili Petter, Vassiliades & Troncy, 1972 (Pharyngodonidae)). In 18. helmintologické dny. 2010. ISBN 978-80-210-5244-4.
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Original name Structure of cephalic end and eggs of Cithariniella khalili Petter, Vassiliades & Troncy, 1972 (Pharyngodonidae)
Name (in English) Structure of cephalic end and eggs of Cithariniella khalili Petter, Vassiliades & Troncy, 1972 (Pharyngodonidae)
Authors MAŠOVÁ, Šárka (203 Czech Republic, guarantor, belonging to the institution) and Vlastimil BARUŠ (203 Czech Republic, belonging to the institution).
Edition 18. helmintologické dny, 2010.
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Original language Czech
Type of outcome Conference abstract
Field of Study 10600 1.6 Biological sciences
Country of publisher Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14310/10:00043959
Organization unit Faculty of Science
ISBN 978-80-210-5244-4
Keywords (in Czech) Cithariniella; Pharyngodonidae; Jezero Turkana; Keňa; hlístice
Keywords in English Cithariniella; Pharyngodonidae; Lake Turkana; Kenya; Nematoda
Tags Africa, Kenya, Lake Turkana, morphology, Nematoda, nematode, SEM study
Changed by Changed by: RNDr. Šárka Mašová, Ph.D., učo 106026. Changed: 8/3/2011 18:30.
Abstract
The structure of female cephalic end and eggs with filaments of the pharyngodonid species, Cithariniella khalili Petter, Vassiliades et Troncy, 1972, was studied by scanning electron microscopy (SEM). C. khalili is a parasite of African freshwater fishes, in our case was obtained from Synodontis frontosa Vaillant from the Lake Turkana (Kenya). The found morphological features correspond with the diagnose of genus and fit into original description of C. khalili given by Petter, Vassiliades & Troncy (1972) and also extend later contributions of other authors [e. g., Moravec (1994); Koubková et al. (in press)]. The mouth opening was found to be triangulary bounded by three lips, each of them contains 2 oral lamellae. Mouth aperture is surrounded by four large, elongate cephalic papillae and two small globular amphids which lay on the edges of oral lamellae of lips. Buccal cavity was observed too, there are three sclerotized, striated pieces – chitinous ribbed flaps.
Abstract (in English)
The structure of female cephalic end and eggs with filaments of the pharyngodonid species, Cithariniella khalili Petter, Vassiliades et Troncy, 1972, was studied by scanning electron microscopy (SEM). C. khalili is a parasite of African freshwater fishes, in our case was obtained from Synodontis frontosa Vaillant from the Lake Turkana (Kenya). The found morphological features correspond with the diagnose of genus and fit into original description of C. khalili given by Petter, Vassiliades & Troncy (1972) and also extend later contributions of other authors [e. g., Moravec (1994); Koubková et al. (in press)]. The mouth opening was found to be triangulary bounded by three lips, each of them contains 2 oral lamellae. Mouth aperture is surrounded by four large, elongate cephalic papillae and two small globular amphids which lay on the edges of oral lamellae of lips. Buccal cavity was observed too, there are three sclerotized, striated pieces – chitinous ribbed flaps.
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