Life cycle and biology of Tristriata anatis (Digenea: Notocotylidae): morphological and molecular approaches

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Notocotylids are common digeneans parasitising birds and mammals. They have a two-host life cycle with cercariae encysting in the open. Particular life cycles remain unknown for majority of notocotylid species, including a common parasite of sea ducks Tristriata anatis. Here we resolve the life cycle of T. anatis by means of D2 LSU, ITS1 and CO1 DNA sequence analysis, showing that the first intermediate hosts for this species are periwinkles Littorina spp. Morphological descriptions of rediae and cercariae are provided for the first time, and we also supplement the existing morphological data on adults. Apart from differential diagnosis, we discuss some features of cercariae and rediae biology, geographical distribution and host range. Our molecular data confirm that genus Tristriata is monotypic and that T. anatis has circumpolar distribution. CO1 sequence analysis has shown that isolation exists between the Atlantic and Pacific populations of T. anatis, suggesting that there are geographical races. We suppo
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Страницы (с-по)45-59
ЖурналParasitology Research
Том116
Номер выпуска1
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2017

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Notocotylidae
Cercaria
Digenea (Trematoda)
cercariae
Life Cycle Stages
life cycle (organisms)
Biological Sciences
sequence analysis
Vinca
Littorina
Ducks
Host Specificity
intermediate hosts
DNA Sequence Analysis
Oceans and Seas
host range
ducks
Birds
Sequence Analysis
Mammals

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В: Parasitology Research, Том 116, № 1, 2017, стр. 45-59.

Результат исследований: Научные публикации в периодических изданияхстатья

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