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Gyrodactylus sp. (von Nordmann, 1831) 0

Gyrodactylus sp. (von Nordmann, 1831)

Gyrodactylus sp. (von Nordmann, 1831) It is another Monogenean parasite, well known as skin fluke. Body length 0.400-0.413 mm and width 0.124-0.133 mm. Body ventrally flattened. Anterior end of body has two points and...

Dactylogyrus sp. (Diesing, 1850) 1

Dactylogyrus sp. (Diesing, 1850)

Dactylogyrus sp. (Diesing, 1850) Dactylogyrus sp. is one of the biggest genera of Monogenean parasite. It is well known as gill fluke. Body elongated, length 0.287-0.395 mm and width 0.69 – 0.91 mm. They...

Trichodina sp. (Ehrenberg, 1831) 1

Trichodina sp. (Ehrenberg, 1831)

   Trichodina sp. (Ehrenberg, 1831) Trichodina sp. is a Protozoan parasite. Body cup shaped, diameter 17.0— 61.8 µm. Adhesive disc concave diameter 13.7—48.5 µm.. Adoral ciliary spiral 395—400. Free swimming with numerous long cilia...

Gavialis 1

Gavialis

Gavialis gangeticus Classification: Phylum-chordata Group-vertebrata Class-Reptilia Order-Crocodilia Genus- Gavialis Species- Gavialis gangeticus Geographical distribution: Gavialis gangeticusis found in India inhabiting chiefly the basin of Ganges, Brahmaputra, Indus, Mahanadi and Arakan. Characteristics:

Alligator 0

Alligator

Alligator mississipiensis Classification: Phylum-chordata Group-vertebrata Class-Reptilia Order-Crocodilia Genus-Alligator Species-Alligator mississipiensis   Geographical distribution: Alligator mississipiensis  is found in the rivers of southern states of north america and A. sinensis occurs in the rivers of...

Crocodylus 1

Crocodylus

Crocodylus porosus  Classsification:                              Phylum-chordata                              Group –Vertebrata                              Class– Reptilia                               Order- Crocodilia              ...

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HOST FISHES AND THEIR PARASITES 2

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HOST FISHES AND THEIR PARASITES

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HOST FISHES AND THEIR PARASITES    The influence of parasite on its host        Every parasite living in or a fish exerts some degree of harmful influence on its host. This influence...

ISOLATION OF BACTERIA FROM  TILAPIA FISH (Oreochromis nilotica) 0

ISOLATION OF BACTERIA FROM TILAPIA FISH (Oreochromis nilotica)

ISOLATION OF BACTERIA FROM  TILAPIA FISH (O.nilotica) Abstract The present study was conducted to isolate, culture and identification (by gram staining) of bacteria from diseased fish Tilapia (  Oreochromis  niloticus).In the present study, monthly...

Nonpoisonous snake Python molurus 0

Nonpoisonous snake Python molurus

Python   Classification : Phylum     …. Chordata Group       …. Vertebrata Subphylum … gnathostomata Class         ….  Reptillia Subclass …… lepidosauria Order     …….. squamata Suborder ……. Ophoidia Family ………. Boidae Genus ……….. python Species ……… molurus...

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