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zoology of tapeworms

Robert A. Wardle

zoology of tapeworms

by Robert A. Wardle

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Published by Hafner Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tapeworms

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert A. Wardle and James Archie McLeod.
    ContributionsMcLeod, James Archie,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL391 C4 W28 1968
    The Physical Object
    Pagination780p.
    Number of Pages780
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18279103M

    The ammocoete larvae is important in zoology since it represents the features of the first vertebrates that are not obscured by advanced vertebrate development. We don't find the eggs of garter snakes, rattlesnakes, and copperheads because they retain the eggs internally.   In biology, Cestoda is the class of parasitic flatworms, called cestodes or tapeworms, that live in the digestive tract of vertebrates as adults and often in the bodies of various animals as.

    A sucker in zoology refers to specialised attachment organ of an animal. It acts as an adhesion device in parasitic worms, several flatworms, cephalopods, certain fishes, amphibians, and is a muscular structure for suction on a host or substrate. In parasitic annelids, flatworms and roundworms, suckers are the organs of attachment to the host tissues. Cestoda is a class of parasitic worms in the flatworm phylum (Platyhelminthes). Most of the species—and the best-known—are those in the subclass Eucestoda; they are ribbon-like worms as adults, known as bodies consist of many similar units, known as proglottids, which are essentially packages of eggs which are regularly shed into the environment to infect other m: Animalia.

    1. Place of Zoology in Science: A One-World View: Genetic Unity. The Fundamental Unit of Life, Evolutionary Oneness and the Diversity of Life, Environment and World Resources; What is Zoology? The Classification of Animals; The Scientific Method. 2. The Chemical Bases of Animal Life. Tapeworms are hermaphrodite, with both sexes. Cross-fertilization occurs between two tapeworms in the same intestine. They have a life cycle with a secondary or intermediate host. For example, human tapeworms have cows or pigs as intermediate hosts. The 'definitive' host (humans in this case) is the one where fertilization takes place.


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Leaders in helminthology have long recognized the need for such a work as this -- a comprehensive study of tapeworms. This definitive treatise describes the tapeworms of the world -- their gross and microscopic anatomy, their physiology, life cycles, and relationships to hosts, the theories of origin and evolution, and the various systems of classification that have been applied to by:   Reprint (original edition, ) of major monograph on anatomy, physiology, life cycle, ecology, evolution, and classification of the cestode worms.

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Minneapolis, Univ. of Minnesota Press [©]. This volume is a sequel to the comprehensive study by Professors Robert A. Wardle and James A. McLeod, The Zoology of Tapeworms, published by the University of Minnesota Press in The new book is based on research and publications which have Cited by: The Zoology of Tapeworms was first published in Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press The book is divided into two parts; the first is concerned with the morphological, ecologic, and physiological characteristics of tapeworms as a group, and the second is devoted to a relatively exhaustive, systematic classification of this class of flatworms by orders, families, genera, and, in many instances, species.

Book Description: This volume is a sequel to the comprehensive study by Professors Robert A. Wardle and James A. McLeod, The Zoology of Tapeworms, published by the University of Minnesota Press in The new book is based on research and publications which have become available since the earlier volume was published.

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TAPEWORMS (CESTODA, LIGULIDAE) OF THE FAUNA OF THE USSR. M. N. Dubinina; Published By The National Marine Fisheries Service. Ex-Library with the usual markings. This book is hard-bound in red cloth with gilt stamping to the spine.

There is some light sunning to the Rating: % positive.The tapeworms of the genus Taenia that infect human beings are T. solium, T. saginata and T. saginata are flat and exceptionally long parasites measuring 1–12 m in their adult stage. The head or scolex is the attachment organ and has 4 suckers and a rostellum that may be armed (T.

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