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Lab Exercise 12: Parasitic Worms and Arthropod Vectors intestin e ? Intestine?
Station 1. Liver flukes Sheep liver fluke Human liver fluke Oral sucker
Station 2. Tapeworms
Station 3. Tapeworm scolex
Station 4. Tapeworm mature proglottid a b c d Answers: a. testes b. ovary c. genital pore d. uterus
Station 5. Tapeworm gravid proglottid ? Answer: expanded uterus filled with fertilized eggs
Station 6. Tapeworm bladderworm ‘Measley’ meat
Station 7. Ascaris lumbricoides male female
Station 8. Trichinella spiralis
Anterior end Posterior end Station 9. Necator americanus (hookworm)
Station 10. Male and Female Enterobius vermicularis (pinworms) centimeters
Station 11. Elephantiasis (filariasis) (caused by Wuchereria bancrofti)
Station 12. Dog Heart and Heartworms
Station 13. Ticks (Dermacentor and Ixodes)
Station 14: Scabies Mite (Sarcoptes scabiei)
Station 14. Flies Tsetse fly (Glossina) 15 :
Station 15. Mosquitoes Males w/ bushy antennae Females w/ slender antennae Anopheles Culex Aedes 16:
Station 16. fleas 17: Fleas
Station 17. Pubic (crab) lice 18:
Station 18. Head and Body Lice 19:
(Station 19 continued)
Station 19. Reduviid (kissing) (assassin) bugs 20:
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Class Nematoda. General characters Cylindrical round worms with tapering ends Separate sex, the female is usually larger than the male No intermediate.
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