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  1. Kian Joe Lie, Umathevy T
    J. Parasitol., 1965 Oct;51(5):793-9.
    PMID: 5857279
    Matched MeSH terms: Trematoda/growth & development*
  2. Heyneman D, Umathevy T
    Med J Malaya, 1966 Jun;20(4):352.
    PMID: 4224362
    Matched MeSH terms: Trematoda/growth & development*
  3. Rohde K, Onn LF
    Z Parasitenkd, 1967;29(2):137-48.
    PMID: 5601175
    Matched MeSH terms: Trematoda/growth & development*
  4. Lie KJ
    Exp. Parasitol., 1973 Apr;33(2):343-9.
    PMID: 4706117
    Matched MeSH terms: Trematoda/growth & development*
  5. Lim LH, Du Preez LH
    Syst. Parasitol., 2001 Jul;49(3):223-31.
    PMID: 11466483
    Sundapolystoma chalconotae. n. g., n. sp. (Polystomatidae, Polystomatinae) is proposed for a new polystomatid from the urinary bladder of Rana chalconota (Schlegel) in Peninsular Malaysia. This is the first species of polystomatid to be described from the amphibians of Peninsular Malaysia and the second for the Southeast Asian region. This new genus, as exemplified by S. chalconotae, differs from other polystomatids, and in particular Parapolystoma Ozaki, 1935 (P. bulliense (Johnston, 1912) Ozaki, 1935 and P. johnstoni Pichelin, 1995), in having a tubular uterus and a single diffuse testis. P. crooki Vande Vusse, 1976 is similar to S. chalconotae in having a similar type of uterus and testis, and is re-assigned as Sundapolystoma crooki (Vande Vusse, 1976) n. comb. S. chalconotae differs from S. crooki in having anchors with a longer outer root rather than a longer inner root and 7-8 genital spines compared to 9-13 in S. crooki.
    Matched MeSH terms: Trematoda/growth & development
  6. Joe LK, Hoa KE, Kong OC
    PMID: 5167566
    Matched MeSH terms: Trematoda/growth & development*
  7. Herbert BW, Shaharom FM, Anderson IG
    Int. J. Parasitol., 1995 Jan;25(1):3-13.
    PMID: 7797370
    Cruoricola lates are found throughout sea bass (Lates calcarifer), most commonly in the mesenteric blood vessels, kidney, pericardial vessels, and eye. Eggs of C. lates were predominantly found in the gills, ventricle, hepatopancreas, and kidneys, but only develop to miracidia regularly in the gills and heart. Single miracidia escaping appear to cause little damage, but groups induce an inflammatory response and haemorrhage. Endocardial macrophages encapsulate eggs trapped between trabeculae in the heart. The reaction to eggs in the kidneys, hepatopancreas and spleen consists of fibrocytic encapsulation. Infection at the levels observed in this study were insufficient to cause lethal pathological changes, but could result in reduced food conversion ratios or impaired immunological capacity.
    Matched MeSH terms: Trematoda/growth & development
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