Folia Parasitologica, vol. 30 (1983), issue 2
Naegleria fowleri in cooling circuits of industrial and power plants in North Moravia.
L Cerva, L Simanov
Folia Parasitologica 30 97-101 (1983)
Both nonvirulent (15 strains) and virulent (1 strain) variants of Naegleria fowleri were isolated from the cooling circuits in seven of ten examined plants in North Moravia. No amoebae were found in waters with a high salinity (electric conductivity more than 614 microseconds) and with a low content of phosphates (less than 0.37 mg . 1(-1)) and oxygen (less than 7.4 mg . 1(-1)). Other results of the physical, chemical and bacteriological examinations showed no direct bearing on the occurrence of N. fowleri.
Relationship between indirect haemagglutination test and other diagnostic tests for toxoplasmosis.
V Kozojed, V Bozdech
Folia Parasitologica 30 103-106 (1983)
J K MACKO
ON THE SUBSPECIES IN PARASITES WITH RESPECT TO HELMINTHS
Folia Parasitologica 30 107-116 (1983)
THE NEMATODE PARASITES OF LARGE-INTESTINE OF SHEEP IN THE MIDDLE-ATLAS (MOROCCO)
Folia Parasitologica 30 117-121 (1983)
Experimental infection of cat and chicken with Cryptosporidium sp. oocysts isolated from a calf.
Folia Parasitologica 30 121-122 (1983)
Human hydatidosis in South Bohemia.
J Prokopic, J Sterba, L Neubauer
Folia Parasitologica 30 123 (1983)
Hydatid cysts were found on histopathological examination of liver from 9 patients at the age of 60-91 years in South Bohemia (Czechoslovakia). These findings suggest that human hydatidosis may occur in old people in Czechoslovakia.
SOME REMARKS ON THE BIOLOGY OF CAPILLARIA-PTEROPHYLLI-HEINZE, 1933
Folia Parasitologica 30 129-130 (1983)
Tissue reaction in experimental cysticercosis of sheep and goats caused by infection with Taenia saginata eggs.
K Blazek, J Schramlová
Folia Parasitologica 30 131 (1983)
In experimental infection of sheep with Taenia saginata eggs the intensity of infection may be influenced by the age of the animal at the time of infection, the height of the infection dose and the mode of infection (perorally in capsules or by means of an oesophagus tube). In non-adequate intermediate hosts of T. saginata (sheep, goats), the cellular reaction around the young cysticercus is very strong, but it differs from the reaction known in bovine cysticercosis: large macrophages, which migrate to the larva at the early phase of infection in cattle, are lacking in sheep and goats. Neither the new formation of collagen in the granulation tissue...
HISTOCHEMISTRY OF THE TREMATODE-HASSTILESIA-OVIS (TREMATODA, HASSTILESIIDAE)
T N SOBOLEVA, Z ZDARSKA
Folia Parasitologica 30 141 (1983)
EFFECTS OF ANTHELMINTICS ON THE ABSORPTIVE SURFACES OF ADULT HAEMONCHUS-CONTORTUS INVITRO - A HISTOLOGICAL STUDY
R KAUR, M L SOOD
Folia Parasitologica 30 146 (1983)
Transfer of delayed hypersensitivity through repeatedly sensitized peritoneal exudate cells during experimental ancylostomiasis in mice.
V V Vardhani, G N Johri
Folia Parasitologica 30 147-151 (1983)
Current investigations using sensitized peritoneal exudate cells from mice infected repeatedly with Ancylostoma caninum larvae supply the evidence that these cells have the capability to transfer passive immunity to isogeneic recipients in contrast to normal cells from uninfected donors. High doses of sensitization to donors and a lapse of time between the expansion and proliferation of cells in the recipients provide a rather strong immunological readiness to expel/destroy the worm burden. The larvae bore through the gut reaching the peritoneal cavity but cannot enter the liver and/or lungs; they are thus misled (in the absence of normal guiding influences)...
INFLUENCE OF MICROCLIMATIC FACTORS ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND VIRUS-INFECTION RATE OF TICKS IXODES-RICINUS (L) UNDER EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS
V DANIELOVA, M DANIEL, J HOLUBOVA, Z HAJKOVA, V ALBRECHT, Z MARHOUL, V SIMONOVA
Folia Parasitologica 30 153-161 (1983)
THE ROLE OF THE SUMMER COHORT IN THE POPULATION REGULATION OF THE 2 COHORT CYCLE OF DERMACENTOR-VARIABILIS (SAY)
W D McENROE
Folia Parasitologica 30 163-168 (1983)
CERATOPHYLLUS-VAGABUNDUS-INSULARIS ROTHSCHILD, 1906 AND CERATOPHYLLUS-ROSSITTENSIS DAMPF, 1913 (SIPHONAPTERA) IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Folia Parasitologica 30 169-173 (1983)
FLEAS OF FREE LIVING CARNIVORES FROM THE TERRITORY OF THE CZECH-SOCIALIST-REPUBLIC CSR
Folia Parasitologica 30 175-180 (1983)
Detection of Giardia intestinalis in duodenal aspirate and in the stool.
M Giboda, T Hildebrand
Folia Parasitologica 30 181-183 (1983)
Compared was the detection of Giardia intestinalis in duodenal contents and in the stool. During endoscopic examination duodenal contents were recovered by means of a tube attached to the mucosa and by aspiration from the region of pars verticalis. In 102 persons, duodenal and stool examinations revealed four and five cases of Giardia infection, respectively. The results showed that both diagnostic methods are equivalent and demonstrated that parasitologic examinations of patients suffering from dyspeptic disorders are very useful.
Changes in the blood picture of white mice experimentally infected with various species of ascarids.
J Prokopic, V Figallová
Folia Parasitologica 30 185-188 (1983)
The blood picture was studied in white mice experimentally infected with Ascaris suum, Toxocara cati, and Toxascaris leonina. In mice infected with A. suum, maximum number (17%) of eosinophiles occurred on day 28 p.i. In mice infected with T. cati, the eosinophilia increased already from the first day after infection, reaching the maximum (26%) on day 21 p.i. In mice infected with T. leonina, the eosinophilia increased from day 7 to day 28 p.i. and a slightly increased number of eosinophiles persisted during the whole experiment.
ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE CERCARIA OF BRACHYLAIMUS-AEQUANS
Folia Parasitologica 30 189 (1983)