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Clincial Signs
   
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Enteral Phase Gallery


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Whole Adult Worms

Adult Male
Adult Male
Copulatory Apparatus
         

Development of
Copulatory Apparatus

Adult Female
Adult Female
         
8 Hours,
Post-Oral Infection
20 Hours,
Post-Oral Infection
27 Hours,
Post-Oral Infection
         
3 Days,
Post-Oral Infection
Newborn Larvae
in utero
Female giving birth to
newborn larvae
         


Enteral Phase (in situ)

L1 larva entering
columnar cells
(Courtesy Kenneth Wright)
L1 larva entering
columnar cells
(Courtesy Kenneth Wright)
L1 larva entering
columnar cells
(Courtesy Kenneth Wright)

Scanning EM

Scanning EM

Scanning EM
         
30 hours post oral-infection
3 days post oral-infection
3 days post oral-infection

Epon Thick Section

Epon Thick Section

Epon Thick Section
         
Adult worm (in situ)
(Courtesy Kenneth Wright)
Adult worm (in situ)
(Courtesy Kenneth Wright)
Adult worm

Transmission EM

Transmission EM

Transmission EM
 
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