By J. R. Baker, R. Muller
Meant for learn scientists in all branches of organic parasitology, this ebook explores numerous themes from the sphere. between these mentioned are the dactlosomatidae and the existence cycles of consultant species in their genera, the synthesis and catabolism of amino acids in helminths, the results of marine pollutants at the parasites of marine animals, the an infection of inbred mice with ''schistosoma japonicum'', and the biology, body structure and improvement of helminths cultivated on chick embryo, pertaining to those to the constitution, body structure and biochemistry of embryo membranes.
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In digeneans, like cestodes, alanine, glycine or proline are usually the major free amino acids and the free amino acid pools range in size from 100 to 500 mg per 100 g fresh weight (Barrett, 1981). Proline and alanine are also the principal free amino acids in the parasitic turbellarian Syndesmis franciscana (Mettrick and Boddington, 1972a) and alanine and glutamate are the major free amino acids in a number of free-living turbellarians (Mettrick and Boddington, 1972b). Detailed analyses of free amino acid pools are available for the adult and larval stages of several species of digenean, including Cercaria doricha sporocysts (Negus, 1968), Cercaria emasculans sporocysts (Watts, 1970a), Cotylophoron orientale (Gupta and Bahadur, 1985), Cryptocotyle lingua rediae (Watts, 1970a), Echinoparyphium sp.
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Advances in Parasitology, Vol. 30 by J. R. Baker, R. Muller