Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Author : Anarse, Sandeep A.


Histological Damage TapewormbytylocephalumgovindiSp. Nov.(Cestoda-Lecanicephalidae) In TheintestineOftrygonsephen

Sandeep A. Anarse; Ishwar G. Nannaware; Ravindra S Gnnjure; Sambhaji D. Ovhal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 404-407

The marine water fishTrygonsephen collected from Ratnagiri district during the period of June 2017 to May 2018. After dissection their intestinal passage was examined for tapeworm parasite. The tapeworm, tetragonocephalum sp. Shipley (1905). The histopathological studies were carried out and observation clearly shows that the parasite, TylocephalumgovindiSp.Nov. was approaching to the intestinal villi, embedded in the fibroblast cell and is attached to the intestinal villi. Thehistopathological studies of tapeworm TylocephalumgovindiSp.Nov.Have been studied to find the pathological changes and extendof damage of the intestinal layers of Trygonsephen

Histopathological Damage By Cestode Uncibilocularis Dasyatisii Sp. Nov. In The Intestine Of Dasyatis Walga (Muller And Henley, 1841)

Sandeep A. Anarse; Bapu S. Khaire; Sambaji D. Ovhal; Ravindra S. Ganjure

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5714-5718

The marine water fish Dasyatis walga collected from Ratnagiri district during the period of June 2018 to May 2019. After dissection their intestinal passage was examined for tapeworm parasite. The genus Uncibilocularis was established by Southwell (1925) with its type species U. trygonis (Shipley et Hornell 1906), the histopathological studies were carried out and observation clearly shows that the parasite, Uncibilocularis dasyatisii Sp. Nov. was approaching to the intestinal villi, embedded in the fibroblast cell and is attached to the intestinal villi. The histopathological studies of tapeworm Uncibilocularis dasyatisii Sp.Nov. Have been studied to find the pathological changes and extend of damage of the intestinal layers of Dasyatis walga.

Histopathological DamagebyCestode Uncibilocularis dasyatisii Sp. Nov. In the intestine of Dasyatis walga(Muller and Henley, 1841)

Sandeep A. Anarse; Bapu S. Khaire; Sambaji D. Ovhal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5321-5325

The marine water fish Dasyatiswalgacollected from Ratnagiri district during the period of June 2018 to May 2019. After dissection their intestinal passage was examined for tapeworm parasite.The genus Uncibilocularis was established by Southwell (1925) with its type species U. trygonis (Shipley et Hornell 1906),the histopathological studies were carried out and observation clearly shows that the parasite, UncibilocularisdasyatisiiSp.Nov. was approaching to the intestinal villi, embedded in the fibroblast cell and is attached to the intestinal villi. Thehistopathological studies of tapeworm UncibilocularisdasyatisiiSp.Nov. Have been studied to find the pathological changes and extendof damage of the intestinal layers of Dasyatiswalga.