3 edition of Studies on the development of the pigeon capillarid, Capillaria columbae found in the catalog.
Studies on the development of the pigeon capillarid, Capillaria columbae
Wehr, Everett E.
|Statement||by Everett E. Wehr.|
|Series||Technical bulletin / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 679, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 679.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Agriculture.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wehr, Everett E. (Everett Elmer), Studies on the development of the pigeon capillarid, Capillaria Columbae. Wehr describes the adult and the developmental stages of Capillaria columbae.
Heavy infestations with this worm gave rise to pronounced symptoms of emaciation, diarrhoea and listlessness, often followed by death.
It causes much destruction of the mucosa with sloughing of the mucous membrane. The eggs are very resistant to cold, particularly before embryonation, but drying of partly embryonated Cited by: The last of the wild pigeon in Bucks County / (Philadelphia?, ]), by Henry D.
Paxson (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Studies on the development of the pigeon capillarid, Capillaria Columbae / (Washington: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, ), by Everett E. Wehr (page images at HathiTrust) Studies on inheritance in pigeons.
Capillariasis is the name of the disease caused by infection with Capillaria species (referred to often as hairworms or threadworms), which are a type of internal parasite.
When chickens are mildly to moderately infected, they can show a variety of nonspecific signs from general poor health, diarrhea, and eventually death. However during heavy infections, it starts to have a significant impact. Studies on the development of the pigeon capillarid, Capillaria columbae.
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the Capillaria species are referred to as the threadworm or hairworm, and they can be highly pathogenic, causing severe diseases. Capillaria columbae and ollis are fine thread worms found in the intestine of pigeons and produce characteristic lemon shaped Author: M.F. Qamar, A. Butt, S. Ehtisham-ul-Haque, Zaman.
For Capillaria eggs, it is not clear whether eggs showing higher embryonation rates in a certain medium will also have higher infectivity.
Thus any investigation of embryonation of Capillaria eggs incubated in different media should ideally be followed by subsequent experimental infection. The aim of this study was to test the impact of various culture media on embryonation rates of C Cited by: 4. The present study investigated whether incubation media have an impact on infectivity of Capillaria obsignata eggs in chickens infected with gradually increasing doses.C.
obsignata eggs collected from female worms were incubated either in formalin (% or 2%) or in potassium dichromate % or in sulfuric acid N for three weeks (wk). One-day-old male chicks (N = 92) were reared in a Cited by: 4. J Helminth 39(4)– Wehr EE () Studies on the development of the pigeon capillarid, Capillaria columbae.
Tech Bull US Dep Agric –19 Parasitol Res () – Capillaria aerophila is a nematode parasite found in the respiratory tract of foxes, dogs, and various other carnivorous mammals. A few cases of human infestation have also been reported. Though it is sometimes called a "lungworm", this term usually refers to other species of nematodes.
Infestation by C. aerophila is referred to as "pulmonary capillariasis" (occasionally spelled "capillariosis Family: Capillariidae. The main pigeon nematodes include Ascaridia columbae, Capillaria obsignata and Capillaria caudinflata. columbae is approximately 10 cm long, and produces oval eggs with a smooth, thick shell that measure 68–90 μm×40–50 μm.
Capillaria worms, on the other hand, are only 1–2 cm long and less than 1 mm in diameter, and their eggs are. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. ;66(6) Studies on the experimental transmission of Capillaria philippinensis in monkeys.
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The myology of the pigeon (columba livia), a study of the muscular system of the pigeon. Burk, Charles M. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Can J Zool.
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Poultry eggs: Capillaria: Commonly found eggs Ascaridia Capillaria Heterakis Syngamus trachea Trichostrongylus tenuis Choanotaenia infundibulum Davainea proglottina Raillietina.
Capillaria spp. Length 43 µm – 65 µm Width 20 µm – 35 µm Shell thick, smooth, brown. Title. The myology of the pigeon (Columba livia): a study of the muscular system of the pigeon / By. Burk, Charles M. Type. Book Material.Pigeon flies are commonly parasitized by the mite Myialges anchora (Myialgesidae) in the Old World (Theodor ) and this mite likely occurs in the Americas.
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