Definition of S filaria. Meaning of S filaria. Synonyms of S filaria

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Definition of S filaria

S filaria
Lungworm Lung"worm`, n. (Zo["o]l.) Any one of several species of parasitic nematoid worms which infest the lungs and air passages of cattle, sheep, and other animals, often proving fatal. The lungworm of cattle (Strongylus micrurus) and that of sheep (S. filaria) are the best known.

Meaning of S filaria from wikipedia

- them in blood. Some of Lewis's specimens were examined in the same year in England by George Busk who named them Filaria sanguinis hominis. In 1876 and...
- within this superfamily are known as filarial worms or filariae (singular "filaria"). Infections with parasitic filarial worms cause disease conditions generically...
- Parafilaria multipapillosa (syn. Filaria haemorrhagica) is a parasitic nematode of the genus Parafilaria, which affects horses causing hemorrhagic subcutaneous...
- the dog had both terminal cancer and a filaria infection. There were also four yakitori skewers in Hachikō's stomach, but the skewers did not damage...
- m**** ivermectin treatment of onchocerciasis in Cameroon. Filaria Journal 2: 1–13. 2. Wanji, S., Tendongfor, N., Nji, T., Esum, M., Che, J. N., Nkwescheu...
- 983–989. doi:10.1016/j.trstmh.2008.03.022 Zierhut, M., Pavesio, C., Ohno, S., Oréfice, F., Rao, N. A. (2014). Intraocular Inflammation. Springer Dordrecht...
- 1915 Aquilaria ****ingiana (Decne.) Ridl., det. Ding Hou, 1959 Aquilaria filaria (Oken) Merr., 1950 Aquilaria grandiflora Benth., 1861 Aquilaria hirta Ridl...
- Moniezia species Taenia ovis Taenia hydatigena Chabertia ovina Dictyocaulus filaria Elaeophora schneideri Haemonchus contortus Cooperia species Muellerius...
- Department of Plant Pathology, University of Minnesota Harris, 1995 "Aquilaria filaria". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). Agricultural Research...
- fungus. Adult D. viviparus worms reside in the bronchial tree of the animal's lungs. They lay eggs into the airways (bronchi). These eggs are coughed up...
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