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Название: PECULIARITIES OF EMBRYONIC AND POST-EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT OF OESOPHAGOSTOMUM DENTATUM (NEMATODA, STRONGYLIDAE) LARVAE CULTURED IN VITRO
Другие названия: Особенности эмбрионального и постэмбрионального развития личинок Oesophagostomum dentatum (nematode, strongylidae) при культивировании в лабораторных условиях
Авторы: Panikar I. I. and etc.
Ключевые слова: Оesophagostomum dentatum, embryonic development, post-embryonic development, temperature factor, morphometric characteristics
Issue Date: 2017
Издатель: Vestnik zoologii
Библиографическое описание: UDC 595.13:591. Панікар І. І. Особенности эмбрионального и постэмбрионального развития личинок Oesophagostomum dentatum (nematode, strongylidae) при культивировании в лабораторных условиях / І.І. Панікар та ін. // Vestnik zoologii. – 2017. – № 51 (1). – Р. 67–72.
Аннотация: Morphometric peculiarities of the development of Оesophagostomum dentatum Rudolphi, 1803 from egg to infective larva were studied under laboratory conditions at various temperatures. Th e determined optimum temperature for embryonic and postembryonic development of О. dentatum larvae from domestic pig (Sus scrofa domesticus Linnaeus, 1758) is 22 °С. At this temperature, 81 % of larvae develop to the third stage (L3) on the 10th day. Temperatures of 24 °С and 20 °С are less favorable for the development of the nematode, at those temperatures only 67 and 63 % of larvae, respectively, reached infective stage by the 10th day of cultivation. Embryonic development of О. dentatum eggs is characterized by their lengthening (by 8.87–9.50 %, р < 0.01) and widening (by 6.77–9.35 %, р < 0.05–0.01), and post-embryonic larval development is associated with lengthening (by 4.59–17.33 %, р < 0.01–0.001).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2290
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