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Body Architecture of the Parasitic Worm

Visualization of Muscular Structures by LM, SEM and CLSM

Aug. 18, 2011
Fig. 1: Forebody of Eudiplozoon nipponicum. CLMS. Withh kind permission from Springer Science+Business Media: Parasitology Research, Eudiplozoon nipponicum in focus: monogenean exhibiting a highly specialized adaptation for ectoparasitic lifestyle, 108, 2011, p. 390, Valigurová et al., fig. 6B.
Fig. 1: Forebody of Eudiplozoon nipponicum. CLMS. Withh kind permission from Springer ... more
Fig. 1: Forebody of Eudiplozoon nipponicum. CLMS. Withh kind permission from Springer ... Fig. 2: Overall view of fused adult worms, E. nipponicum, showing their forebodies (fb1, fb2) and ... Fig. 3: Attachment apparatus of E. nipponicum adult stages. (A) Detail of haptor with four pair of ... Fig. 4: Forebody of E. nipponicum adult stages. (A) Histological section showing the anterior part ... Fig. 5: The most prominent muscular structures in adult E. nipponicum. (A) Musculature forming and ... 

Authors
Mgr. Iveta Hodová, Ph.D.
Mgr. Radim Sonnek
RNDr. Andrea Valigurová, Ph.D.

Department of Botany and Zoology
Faculty of Sciences
Masaryk University, Brno
Czech Republic

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Keywords: cLSM confocal laser scanning microscopy Correlative Microscopy Eudiplozoon nipponicum Fluorescence Microscopy Light Microscopy LM Muscular Structures Parasitology Scanning Electron Microscopy SEM

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