*  Whipworm - Biology-Online Dictionary
Whipworms are roundworms (nematodes) of the genus Trichuris of the family Trichuridae. There are over 20 species of this genus ... 1 Trichuris. Retrieved from EncyclopediaOfLife.org [[1]]. 2 Trichuris trichiura. Retrieved from EncyclopediaOfLife.org [[2]]. ... A parasitic nematode of the genus Trichuris, particularly Trichuris trichuria, characterized by its whip-like anterior end ... Other notable species of Trichuris are T. campanula (cat whipworm), T. suis (pig whipworm), T. muris (mouse whipworm), and T. ...
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12'W 4538 Trichuridae Trichuris sp.t Taxco El Viejo** 19028'38'N, 99035'12'W 4540 ... Trichuris marsupialis Foster, 1939; Trichuris urichi Wolfgang, 1951; Trichuris reesali Wolfgang, 1951; and especially Trichuris ... Trichuris sp. is similar in some ways to the 5 species described in American marsupials, i.e., Trichuris minuta Rudolphi, 1819 ... Reference Trichuris didelphist,? Viannaiidae Viannaia sp.* Viannaia didelphis* Viannaia viannai* Laguna Escondida 18035'38'N, ...
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*  Trichuris navonae - Wikipedia
MarĂ­a del Rosario Robles (2011). "New species of Trichuris (Nematoda: Trichuridae) from Akodon montensis Thomas, 1913, of the ... Trichuris navonae is parasite found in forest dwelling mice, Akodon montensis, in South America, specifically within the ... To date, twenty-two Trichuris species have been described. T. navonae has a long and narrow whip-like anterior body. Its ...
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*  Trichuris discolor - Wikipedia
Trichuridae)". Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 12 (2012): 1635-1641. doi:10.1016/j.meegid.2012.08.005. ,access-date= ... Trichuris discolor, commonly known as a whipworm, is a nematode belonging to the Trichuris genus. The species was discovered by ... "Characterization of the Complete Mitochondrial Genomes of Two Whipworms Trichuris ovis and Trichuris discolor (Nematoda: ... Like Trichuris ovis, T. discolor is known to be located in any region that their hosts are located. There have been specific ...
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*  Trichuridae - Wikipedia
The roundworm family Trichuridae includes the type genus Trichuris and some less widely known members. They are (after the ... 1985 Trichuris Hallan (2007) Hallan, Joel (ed.) (2007): Family Trichuridae. Version of 2007-AUG-07. Retrieved 2010-MAY-05.. ... The genus Trichuris is particularly well known for being a common parasite of domestic animals and less usually humans. Its ... The genera of Trichuridae are: Capillostrongyloides Freitas & Lent, 1935 Liniscus Orthothominx Teixeira de Freitas & Jorge da ...
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*  Cook Islands Biodiversity : Trichuris trichuria - Human Whipworm
TAXONOMY: ANIMALIA; NEMATODA; ADENOPHOREA (=Aphasmidia); Stichosomida; Trichocephaloidea; TRICHURIDAE. More Information. ...
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*  Trichuris - Wikipedia
Thapar, Gobind Singh; Singh, Suresh (1954). "Studies on the Life-History of Trichuris ovis (Abildgaard, 1795) (Fam. trichuridae ... Trichuris laevitestis,Trichuris pardinasi, Trichuris navonae,Trichuris ovis, Trichuris rhinopithecus, Trichuris thrichomysi and ... Trichuris serrata (cat whipworm) Trichuris suis (pig whipworm) Trichuris muris (mouse whipworm) Trichuris vulpis (dog whipworm ... The genus Trichuris includes over 20 species which infect the large intestine of their host including: Trichuris trichiura ( ...
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*  Soil-transmitted helminth - Wikipedia
... family Trichuridae), e.g. Trichuris trichiura Hookworms (family Ancylostomatidae), e.g. Ancylostoma duodenale and Necator ... Holland CV, Kennedy MW (Eds.) (2002). The Geohelminths: Ascaris, Trichuris and Hookworm. Springer. pp. 1-352. ISBN 978-0-7923- ... which is caused by Trichuris trichiura Soil-transmitted helminthiasis is classified as one of the neglected tropical diseases ...
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*  Nematode
TRICHURIDEA Trichuridae Trichuris leporis rabbit, hare Trichuris muris rat, mouse Trichuris ovis ruminants Trichuris serrata ... TRICHURIDEA Trichuridae Capillariinae. Trichosomoididae Trichinellidae. STRONGYLIDEA Strongyiidae Ancylostomidae Cyathostomidae ...
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*  PPT - Type III Secretion System PowerPoint Presentation - ID:216373
Family Trichuridae - Whipworms*Morphology thick relatively short, posterior end with long thread - like anterior end, whip like ... Trichuris trichiura*30-50mm long *Produces 1000-7000 eggs per day - eggs embryonate in soil. ...
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*  Trichocephalida - Wikipedia
... including Huffmanela Family Trichuridae Ransom, 1911 (1 subfamily, 6 genera, 107 species) including Trichuris Note that another ...
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*  Capillaria | definition of Capillaria by Medical dictionary
a genus of nematodes of the family Trichuridae. C. philippinensis is a parasite of the human intestine in the Philippines. See ... A genus of aphasmid nematode worms, characterized by threadlike appearance; related to Trichuris. ...
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