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Venanides caspius sp. nov. from Iran, the first species of Venanides (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) described from the Palaearctic Region

, Série A 2 : 1–428. KARLSSON D. & RONQUIST F. 2012: Skeletal morphology of Opius dissitus and Biosteres carbonarius (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), with a discussion of terminology. PLoS ONE 7(4)(e32573) : 1–38. KIANI M., MOHAMMADI S., BABAEI A., SEFIDKON F., NAGHAVI M. R., RANJBAR M., RAZAVI S. A., SAEIDI K., JAFARI H., ASGARI D. & POTTER D. 2017: Iran supports a great share of biodiversity and floristic endemism for Fritillaria spp. (Liliaceae): A review. Plant Diversity 39(5) : 245–262. MASON W. R. M. 1981: The polyphyletic nature of Apanteles

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Remarks on the taking and recording of biometric measurements in bird ringing

repeatability of measurements. Ring. & Migr. 15: 84-90. Lougheed S. C., Arnold T. W., Bailey R. C. 1991. Measurement error of external and skeletal variables in birds and its effect on Principal Component Analysis. Auk 108: 432-436. Maitav A., Izhaki I. 1994. Stopover and fat deposition by Blackcap Sylvia atricapilla following spring migration over the Sahara. Ostrich 65: 160-166. Morgan J. H., Shirihai H. 1997. Blackcap. In: Morgan J. H., Shirihai H., Yosef R. (Eds). Passerines and

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Helminth fauna of Chelonia mydas (Linnaeus, 1758) in the south of Espírito Santo State in Brasil

, bladder, skeletal muscle and skin. All fragments were fixed in 10 % neutral-buffered formalin, embedded in paraffin wax, sectioned (4 μm) and stained with haematoxylin and eosin (HE). After that the fragments were subjected to histopathological analysis with observation under a light microscope (model CX41RF, OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO.LTD., made in Philippines). For the evaluation of the results obtained, descriptive statistics was used to examine the association between parasitism and general health condition of the turtles. Nonparametric chi-square test and Yates correction

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The role of the colostrum and milk in Neospora caninum transmission

–473 [34] Pare, J., Thurmond, M. C., Hietala, S. K. (1996): Congenital Neospora caninum infection in dairy cattle and associated calfhood mortality. Can. J. Vet. Res., 60: 133–139 [35] Peter, M., Lütkefels, E., Heckeroth, A. R., Schares, G. (2001): Immunohistochemical and ultrastructural evidence for Neospora caninum tissue cysts in skeletal muscles of naturally infected dogs and cattle. Int. J. Parasitol., 31: 1144–1148 [36] Petersen, E., Lebech, M., Jensen, L., Lind, P

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Detrimental effects of geldanamycin on adults and larvae of Trichinella spiralis

Introduction Trichinellosis is a zoonotic disease affecting mainly temperate regions; many cases were reported all over the world including Egypt. Trichinella spiralis ( T spiralis) has a complex life cycle where the adults reside in the small intestine while the encysted larvae in skeletal muscle cells within the same host. Trichinellosis can be associated with severe neurological, ocular, and cardiovascular complications and may end fatally. The treatment is a challenge for the physician. It is most effective when administered early in the course of

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Antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of Lavandula angustifolia Mill. field-grown and propagated in vitro

., Hart S., 1997. A preliminary study of the effect of essential oils on skeletal and smooth muscle in vitro. J. Ethnopharmacol. 58: 183-187. Lis-Balchin M., Hart S., 1999. Studies on the mode of action of the essential oil of Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia P. Miller). Phytother. R es. 1 3(4): 540-542. Machado M.P., Silva A.L.L., Biasi L.A., Deschamps C., Filho J.C.B., Zanette F., 2014. Influence of calcium content of tissue on hyperhydricity and shoot-tip necrosis of in vitro regenerated shoots of Lavandula angustifolia Mill. Braz

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