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65. D. Iatum adult worm. Dipylidium caninum (Phylum: Platyhelminth) D. caninum is common tapeworm of dogs and cats. It measures about 20-40 cm in length and each segment has characteristic two vaginal openings (double-pored). The scolex is rectangular with pointed rostellum and several rows of rosethron-shaped hooklets. The four weak suckers are circled with double rows of spines. Mature segments are longer than wide and appear as cucumber seed. The terminal segment when passed in the faeces is very active.
119. Sparganum (S. erinacei larva) in tissue. 120. Sparganum recovered from tissue. 121. Anterior end of sparganum. 122. Posterior end of sparganum. 123. Scolex of S. erinacei (Under ligh microscope). 124. Scolex of S. erinacei (Scaning electron microphotograph). 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 Echinococcus granulosus (Phylum. Platyhelminth) E. granulosus is a tapeworm of dogs. The adult worm is short measuring 3-6 mm in length and consists of head with double rows of hook, short neck and usually only three segments, the terminal segment being half of the total body length.
Caninum (Scanning electron microphotograph). 63 64 65 66 67 68 Blood and Tissue Protozoa Plasmodium species (Phylum: Apicomplexa) Four species of Plasmodium can infect man and cause the number one killer parasitic disease - the malaria. The species infecting man are: P. falciparum, P vivax, P. ovale, and P. malariae. These parasites complete its life-cycle in two hosts man (intermediate host) and female anopheline mosquitoes (definitive host). The sporozoites (10-15 µm long with I µm in diameter) injected by female anopheline mosquito during its blood feeding undergo pre-erythrocytic schizogony (liver schizogony) inside the liver cells.