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01:146:329 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Dracunculus Medinensis, Wuchereria Bancrofti, Dipylidium CaninumExam


Department
Cell Biology and Neuroscience
Course Code
01:146:329
Professor
A.Keating
Study Guide
Midterm

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Mid-Term Practical
Know details about and be able to identify:
1. 37 items in total
Lab 1: Adult
Trematodes
Lab 2: Larval
Trematodes
Lab 3: Adult
Cestodes and
Larval Cestodes
Lab 4:
Intestinal
Nematoda
Lab 5: Tissue
Nematoda
Clonorchis sinensis
Eggs
Taenia saginata
Enterobius
vermicularis
Necator
americanus
Fasciola hepatica
Miracidium
Taenia solium
Trichuris
trichiura
Ancylostoma
duodenale
Fasciolopsis buski
Sporocysts
Echinococcus
granulosus
Ascaris
lumbricoides
Trichinella
spiralis
Echinostoma
revolutum
Redia
Dipylidium
caninum
Strongyloides
stercoralis
Dracunculus
medinensis
Heterophyes
heterophyes
Cercaria
Hymenolepis nana
Wuchereria
bancrofti
Metagonimus
yokagawai
Metacercaria
Diphyllobothrium
latum
Onchocerca
volvulus
Paragonimus
westermani
Cysticercoid
Dirofilaria
immitis
Schistosoma
mansoni
Cysticercus
Schistosoma
haematobium
Coenurus
Schistosoma
japonicum
Hydatid
2. (Trematodes, Cestodes, Nematodes) 27 SPECIFIC species total
3. (Trematodes) Eggs, miracidium, sporocyst, redia, cercaria, metaceria

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4. (Cestodes) Cysticercus, cysticercoid, coenurus, hydatid
Overall concepts:
1. All 37 items are from 3 classes:
-Trematodes
-Cestodes
-Nematodes
2. Trematodes, Cestodes, and Nematodes are all considered:
-Helminths (parasitic worms, though some can be free-living)
3. Phylum Platyhelminthes (flatworms) includes 2 classes:
-Trematodes (flukes)
-Cestodes (tapeworms)
4. Phylum Nematoda (roundworms) includes 2 types that we are responsible for:
-Intestinal nematodes
-Tissue nematodes
Lab 1: Adult Trematodes
Lab 2: Larval Trematodes
Lab 3: Adult Cestodes and Larval Cestodes
Lab 4: Intestinal Nematoda
Lab 5: Tissue Nematoda

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Lab 1: Adult Trematodes
-Phylum Platyhelminthes, Class Trematoda
-Subclass: Digenea (Digenea = more than one host)
-First intermediate host is always a snail
A. Clonorchis sinensis
B. Fasciola hepatica
C. Fasciolopsis buski
D. Echinostoma revolutum
E. Heterophyes heterophyes and Metagonimus yokogawai
F. Paragonimus westermani
G. Schistosoma sp.
1. Draw the generalized life cycle for Trematodes.
A. Clonorchis sinensis
-human liver fluke
-found in the bile ducts of humans and other fish eating mammals
1. Draw the life cycle of Clonorchis sinensis.
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