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Laboratory incubation of Toxocara canis eggs and their development

By: Afkar Muslim Hadi, Suhad Yasin Jassim

Key Words: Toxocara canis, Incubation, Zygote, Morula, Blastomeres

J. Bio. Env. Sci. 12(2), 148-152, February 2018.

Certification: jbes 2018 0194 [Generate Certificate]

Abstract

The current study concluded that the laboratory incubation with H2SO4 (0.1N) in 37Cº was beneficial for embryonation of T. canis eggs during ten days. This incubation showed all the stages of development as follow: the interphase, the early embryo, the Zygote, the blastomeres formation, Morula, Gastrula and early larvae formation inside the egg. All these stages were described and photographed with a digital camera.

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Laboratory incubation of Toxocara canis eggs and their development

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Afkar Muslim Hadi, Suhad Yasin Jassim.
Laboratory incubation of Toxocara canis eggs and their development.
J. Bio. Env. Sci. 12(2), 148-152, February 2018.
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