Critical revision of the heligmonellidae (nematoda, trichostrongylina, heligmosomoidea)
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Critical revision of the heligmonellidae (nematoda, trichostrongylina, heligmosomoidea)

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Collection(s) : Mémoires du Muséum national d'histoire naturelle, n° 211

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The Heligmonellidae is the most speciose family of the Heligmosomoidea, one of the three superfamilies of the Trichostrongylina, nematode parasites of the digestive tract of all groups of terrestrial vertebrates. The family comprises more than 360 species distributed worldwide, mainly parasitic in rodents. Their life-cycles being monoxenous, and their hosts relatively easy to breed in laboratory, these parasites are interesting for researchers as models to address different topics such as host-parasite relationships, biology, pathogenicity and phylogeny. However, the huge diversity of the group, together with its apparent morphological homogeneity, makes its identification extremely difficult. This critical revision presents for the first time a compilation of all the taxonomical, morphological and morphometrical data available on the family Heligmonellidae, and intends to provide researchers with a must-have tool for identifying the known taxa as accurately as possible. Four of the five recognized families are treated here : the Tricholinstowiinae, the Heligmonellinae, the Pudicinae, and the Brevistriatinae.
Une présentation des données taxonomiques, morphométriques et morphologiques sur la famille des heligmonellidae, nématodes parasites du tube digestif de la majorité des vertébrés terrestres, visant à permettre leur identification pour les chercheurs. Quatre sous-familles sont abordées, illustrées en 176 figures : les tricholinstowiinae, les heligmonellinae, les pudicinae et les brevistriatinae. ©Electre 2019
Format : Relié
Nb de pages : 290 pages
Poids : 1200 g
Dimensions : 22cm X 28cm
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ISBN : 978-2-85653-801-2
EAN : 9782856538012