Parasitismus des Nematoden Gastromermis rosea in Chironomus anthracinus (Diptera)

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Title
Parasitismus des Nematoden Gastromermis rosea in Chironomus anthracinus (Diptera)
Alternative Title
Parasitism of the Nematode Gastromermis rosea in Chironomus anthracinus (Diptera)
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IWF Signature
C 1024
Publisher
Release Date
1970
Language
German
Producer
IWF (Göttingen)
Production Year
1968

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Film, 16 mm, LT, 119 m ; SW, 11 min

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Abstract
Morphologie der Larve des Parasiten (Fadenwurm) und des Wirtes (Zuckmückenlarve). "Lähmungsbohren", atypische Kontraktionen der Körpermuskulatur und des Herzens beim Wirt, "Such-" und "Eindringbohren", Eindringvorgang, Abwehrreaktion des Wirtes, Wachstum des Parasiten und Verlassen des Wirtes. Mermithogene Intersexualität, Kastration und deren Bedeutung.
Morphology of the larvae of the parasite and of the host (midge). "Paralysis boring" with the resulting atypical contractions of the body musculature and of the heart, preparation for the invasion ("search and invasion boring"), penetration process, defense reaction of the host, growth of the parasite, leaving the host. Mermithogenous intersexuality, castration and their importance.
Keywords Zuckmücke Chironomus anthracinus Gastromermis rosea Parasiten / Nemathelminthes Parasites / Nemathelminthes Gastromermis rosea Chironomus anthracinus midge
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