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Presporogonic development of Sphaerospora renicola Dykova & Lom, 1982, in the swimbladder of the common carp, Cyprinus carpio L



Presporogonic development of Sphaerospora renicola Dykova & Lom, 1982, in the swimbladder of the common carp, Cyprinus carpio L



Journal of Fish Diseases, 116: 489-497



The presporogonic developmental stages of S. renicola, the causative agent of swimbladder inflammation (SBI), developed in the swimbladder of C. carpio by multiple internal cleavage. The earliest development stage was the secondary cell, enclosed by the primary cell. The secondary cells underwent multiple amitotic division within the mother cell and the dividing forms were connected by narrow cytoplasmic bridges.

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