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Histochemical studies on Pharyngostomoides adenocephala Beckerdite, Miller and Harkema, 1971 (Trematoda: Strigeatoidea: Diplostomatidae)



Histochemical studies on Pharyngostomoides adenocephala Beckerdite, Miller and Harkema, 1971 (Trematoda: Strigeatoidea: Diplostomatidae)



Dissertation Abstracts International 33B(3): 1321-1322



Cytochrome oxidase and succinic, malic, lactic and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenases were present in most tissues of Pharyngostomoides adenocephala from the raccoon. Catechol oxidase was present in the vitellaria and the egg shell and peroxidase was abundant in the parenchyma around the ascending uterus and gland cells of the pseudosuckers. The holdfast organ gland cells and the caecal cells produced acid phosphatase.

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