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A comparison of morphology, acid phosphatase and ATPase activity in Ganeo tigrinum from hibernating and non-hibernating Rana cyanophlyctis and R. tigrina



A comparison of morphology, acid phosphatase and ATPase activity in Ganeo tigrinum from hibernating and non-hibernating Rana cyanophlyctis and R. tigrina



Journal of Helminthology, 561: 5-10



A description is given of the distribution of acid phosphatase (AcPase) and adenosine triphosphatase (ATPase) in the intestinal nematode G. tigrinumrecovered from hibernating and non-hibernating R. cyanophlyctis and R. tigrina. The torpid state of the host influences the worm so severely that it produces untanned egg of poor quality, the sperm population falls, the rate of infection is decreased and the worms do not grow.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0022149x00034921



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