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Studies on swine ascaridosis. I. Investigations on the hatching process of Ascaris suum Goeze, 1782 invasive larvae under conditions of external environment, and on the morphology of the larvae



Studies on swine ascaridosis. I. Investigations on the hatching process of Ascaris suum Goeze, 1782 invasive larvae under conditions of external environment, and on the morphology of the larvae



Helminthologia. 4: 1/4, 500-512



The hatching of Ascaris suum eggs under various conditions of temperature and humidity is described. Mechanical damage to eggs was found to stimulate hatching and not to inhibit larval development. Infective larvae remained viable after hatching for over 3 1/2 months at 20 degrees to 31 degrees C. in a moist environment. Exposure to desiccation for 6 days destroyed the larvae and they were immobilized by temperatures above 37 degrees C.

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