TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ENDOPARASITISM»
The term «endoparasitism» is used very little and occupies the 193.453
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDOPARASITISM»
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Hymenoptera: Evolution, Biodiversity and Biological Control
Biologically, all non-cyclostomes are endoparasitoids, but about halt of the
cyclostomes are also endoparasitoids. All cases of endoparasitism within the
cyclostome lineage are convincingly derived from ectoparasitoids with typical
Andrew Austin, Mark Dowton, 2000
The Evolution of Parasitism - A Phylogenetic Perspective
It was thus of interest to know which transition arose earlier (and perhaps made
the other possible)—to endoparasitism from ectoparasitism, or to koinobiosis
from idiobiosis. How do these transitions relate to the apparent evolution toward ...
Resistance to Endoparasites in Small Ruminants
ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS The Chairman introduced the session by
reminding the participants that breeding for parasite resistance is a very variable
option of controlling endoparasitism. He mentioned the need to look at the
International Livestock Research Institute
Genomics and Molecular Genetics of Plant-Nematode Interactions
The feeding type analysis supported the classical hypothesis of the gradual
evolution of simple forms of plant-parasitism, such as root hair and epidermal
feeding and ectoparasitism towards more complex forms of endoparasitism.
John Jones, Godelieve Gheysen, Carmen Fenoll, 2011
Experimental and Conceptual Plant Pathology
NEMATODES OF THE ORDER TYLENCHIDA 4.1 PARASITIC ADAPTATIONS
Tylenchid nematodes show a great diversity in parasitic adaptations which
culminate in sedentary endoparasitism. The main adaptations are shown below.
W. M. Hess, D. J. Weber, 1988
D.–H. Transition to endoparasitism. D. Gasterosiphon in a holothurian. E. Female
Diacolax in host holothurian. F. Entocolax.G. Entoconcha.H. Enteroxenos.
Abbreviations: bl, blood-lacuna of host; ec, egg capsule; fe, female; ih, intestine of
The Origin and Evolution of Larval Forms
Parasitic wasps exploit two different strategies: ectoparasitism, where the wasp
oviposits her egg on the surface of the host, and endoparasitism, where the wasp
oviposits her egg within the host body cavity. In ectoparasitism, embryos develop
Brian Keith Hall, Marvalee H. Wake, 1999
Small Ruminant Research and Development in Africa: ...
The overall mean and subclass mean PCV were lowest at Tulu Meko which
could be due to high intensity of endoparasitism as observed in the EPG and
worm counts. This could also be due to differences in breed parasite tolerance
African Small Ruminant Research Network. Conference, Bernard Rey, Sahr H. B. Lebbie, 1992
ILCA Annual Programme Report 1994
Genetic. variation. in. resistance. to. nematode. endoparasitism. in. small.
ruminants. Characterisation and evaluation of African small ruminant breeds.
THRUST: Small Ruminant Meat and Milk THEME: Breed evaluation and
International Livestock Centre for Africa
3.3.3. Root. Endosymbiosis,. Endoparasitism,. and. the. Regulation. of. Defense.
Responses. The successful invasion of microbes into plant roots requires
physical changes in the root, formation of infection structures, and the regulation
Antonio Costa de Oliveira, Rajeev Varshney, 2010