gigantica

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  • In Egypt F. gigantica has existed in domestic animals since the times of the pharaohs.
  • Fasciola gigantica causes outbreaks in tropical areas of southern Asia, Southeast Asia, and Africa.
  • It is a major intermediate host for Fasciola gigantica in Africa.
  • His personal best is a catch of 72 lb's from Gigantica, a lake he purchased in 2008.
  • The most important intermediate host for F. gigantica is Radix auricularia.
  • Phtheochroa gigantica is a species of moth of the Tortricidae family.
  • Lymnaea cailliaudi has been found to be an intermediate host of both Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica.
  • Fasciolosis is caused by two digenetic trematodes F. hepatica and F. gigantica.
  • However, there is evidence that two sheep breeds, in particular Indonesian thin tail sheep and Red maasai sheep, are resistant to F. gigantica.
  • It has been established that cattle acquire resistance to challenge infection with F. hepatica and F. gigantica when they have been sensitized with primary patent or drug-abbreviated infection.
  • Fasciola gigantica is a parasitic flatworm of the class Trematoda, which causes tropical fascioliasis.
  • Recovery of the parasites at necropsy, as well as proper identification of F. hepatica or F. gigantica is necessary for definite diagnosis.
  • It has been reported that the Lymnaeid intermediate hosts of F. gigantica are distinguishable from those of F. hepatica, both morphologically and as to habitat requirement.
  • F. gigantica measures 4 to 10 cm in length and the distribution of the species is limited to the tropics and has been recorded in Africa, the Middle East, Eastern Europe and south and eastern Asia.
  • It is also an intermediate host for the liver flukes Fasciola gigantica and F. hepatica, which cause the infectious disease fasciolosis in humans and other mammals.
  • In some cases, it may be difficult to determine if F. magna or a different fluke such as Fasciola hepatica or Fasciola gigantica is causing pathology since all these flukes will have the same clinical signs.
  • Furthermore, eggs of F. hepatica, F. gigantica and Fasciolopsis buski are morphologically indistinguishable.
  • Lymnaea tomentosa was also shown to be receptive to miracidia of Fasciola gigantica from East Africa, Malaysa and Indonesia under laboratory conditions.
  • Fasciola gigantica is a causative agents (together with Fasciola hepatica) of fascioliasis in ruminants and in humans worldwide.
  • The geographical distribution of F. gigantica overlaps with Fasciola hepatica in many African and Asian countries and sometimes in the same country, although in such cases the ecological requirement of the flukes and their snail host are distinct.
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