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Studies on gametogenesis in tachygonetria vivipara and thelandros alatus oxyuroidea nematoda from uromastix acanthinurus in morocco

Studies on gametogenesis in tachygonetria vivipara and thelandros alatus oxyuroidea nematoda from uromastix acanthinurus in morocco

Canadian Journal of Zoology 61(10): 2357-2360

ISSN/ISBN: 0008-4301

Chromosome changes during gametogenesis in Thelandros alatus and Tachygonetria vivipara, pharyngodonids (Oxyuroidea; Nematoda) from U. acanthinurus from Morocco, indicate that both species are haplodiploid. Meiosis was normal in females of Thelandros alatus. There were 5 bivalents, indicating a diploid number of 10 chromosomes. Most embryos in utero contained 5 chromosomes but 1 was observed with 10. Spermatogonial divisions contained 5 chromosomes; there was no evidence of chromosome pairing nor bivalent formation in males and divisions in the transformation zone of the testis contained 5 chromosomes with fuzzy outlines. There was no evidence of chromosome pairing nor bivalent formation in males of Tachygonetria vivipara. Oviparous and ovoviviparous females were examined. Three bivalents formed indicating a diploid number of 6 chromosomes. Chromosomes were counted in 179 embryos from 79 oviparous females; 128 were diploid (i.e., female) and 51 were haploid (i.e., male). It is suggested that the life cycle of T. vivipara resembles that of Gyrinicola batrachiensis: hosts are colonized by thick-shelled eggs, most of which develop into ovoviviparous females; these females, if not fecundated, produce male parthenogenetically which develop in the same host. After being fecundated (sometimes by way of mother-son matings) the same females produce oviparous female progeny with develop in the same host. Eggs from oviparous females colonize a new host.

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