IJSTR

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Home About Us Scope Editorial Board Blog/Latest News Contact Us
0.2
2019CiteScore
 
10th percentile
Powered by  Scopus
Scopus coverage:
Nov 2018 to May 2020

CALL FOR PAPERS
AUTHORS
DOWNLOADS
CONTACT

IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



Topography Of The Metacercaria Of Edible Fish Channa Punctatus (Bloch) From Ramganga River Moradabad, U.P, India.

[Full Text]

 

AUTHOR(S)

Dr. Shalini Roy, Neelam kumara

 

KEYWORDS

morphology, endoparasite, digenean trematode metacercarieae (DTM), fish borne zoonotic trematode (FZT).

 

ABSTRACT

Present report focuses on the morphometrical and morphological study of SEM of endoparasites exclusively of metacercaria (the encysted form) of trematode parasite found in the liver of most edible fish Channa punctatus of Moradabad region. In our investigation the liver of host was found highly infected with eggs of trematode and unidentified DTM which is characterized by a complicated morphology of its integument, body and suckers. The topography of egg was characterized by 2.34 mm × 1.17 mm whereas entire body of DTM was observed 3.38 mm × 1.50 mm in diameter having two sophisticated suckers to absorb the nutrients from host body and integument of metacercaria was found traversed with numerous sensory papillae which may be helpful in taxonomical study of parasite. Present findings underscore the necessity of awareness to prevent endemic effects due to fish borne zoonotic trematode (FZT) causing increased risk to public health.

 

REFERENCES

[1] M. Aziza and A.M. Torkia, Scanning electron microscopy of Cliostomum metacercaria from Oreochromis niloticus from Assiut, Egypt. Egyptian journal of biology. Vol. 5; pp 70-77, 2003.
[2] Y. Aohagi, T. Shibahra and K. Kagota, Clinostomum complanatum (Trematoda) infection in freshwater fish from fish dealers in Tottori, Japan. J. Vet. Med. Sci. Vol. 55(1), pp 253-4, 1993.
[3] J.D. Bancroft and A. Steven, Theory and practice of histological techniques. Churchill Livingstone. Medical Division of Longman Group Limited. Edinburgh London and New York, 1996.
[4] M. Barson, R. Bray, F. Ollevier, and T. Huyse, Taxonomy and faunistics of the helminth parasites of Clarias gariepinus (Burchell, 1822), and Oreochromis mossambicus (Peters, 1852) from temporary pans and pools in the Save-Runde River floodplain, Zimbabwe. Comparative Parasitology 75, pp 228–240, 2008.
[5] J.Y Chai, W.M Sohn, K.N. Byoung, J.B, Park, H.G. Jeoung, M, Sinuon, and D. Socheat , Stellantchasmus falcatus (Digenea: Heterophyidae) in Cambodia: Discovery of Metacercariae in Mullets and Recovery of Adult Flukes in an Experimental Hamster. Korean J Parasitol: .54(4), pp 537–541, 2016.
[6] J.Y. Chai, W.M Sohn, K.N. Byoung, J.B, Park, H.G. Jeoung, E.H. Hoang , T.T. Htoon, and H. Tin, Zoonotic Trematode Metacercariae in Fish from Yangon, Myanmar and Their Adults Recovered from Experimental Animals. K. J. Parasitol Vol. 55, N 6: pp 631-641, 2017.
[7] M. Choi, W. Park, E. Chai, J.Y, and S.H Lee, Surface ultrastructure of metacercaria and adult of Gymnophalloides seoi (Digenea: Gymnophalloidae). The korean journal of parasitology. 33(4); 289-296. 1995.
[8] J.C. Eiras, R.M. Takemoto and G.C. Pavanelli, Diversidade dos parasitos de peixes de água doce do Brasil. Maringá: Gráfica e Editora Clichetec, pp 333, 2010.
[9] O.N, Shir, G.I, Udeh, E.O, Abelau, M Hassan and G.N. Imandeh, Helminth parasites of Clarias gariepinus and Tilapia zilli at lamingo dam, Jos, Nigeria. Sc. W. J. VOL 3. 2008.
[10] A.N. A, Hussein, I. M. Hassan and R.M.A. Khalifa. Description of Eggs and Larval Stages of Fasciola, Light and Scanning Electron Microscopic Studies. Research Journal of Parasitology. Vol 5 (1), pp 1-12, 2010.
[11] N.M. Hung, H. Madsen, B. Fried, Global status of fish-borne zoonotic trematodiasis in humans. Acta Parasitol; 58: pp 231-258, 2013.
[12] I. Kanev, V. Radev, and B. Fried, Family Clinostomidae Lühe, 1901. In: Gibson DI, Jones A and Bray RA (Eds), Keys to the Trematoda. Volume1. London: CABI Publishing and the Natural History Museum, pp. 113-120, 2002.
[13] J. Keiser, and J. Utzinger, Emerging foodborne trematodiasis. Emerg. Infect. Dis. Vol 11, pp 1507-1514, 2005.
[14] A. Marwan and T.A. Mohammed, Scanning electron microscopy of Clinostomum metacercaria from Oreochromis niloticus from Assiut, Egypt, Egy. J. Biol, , Vol. 5, pp 70-77. 2003.
[15] E. Moema, B. King, P.H, Rakgole, J.N, Baker C. Descriptions of diplostomid metacercariae (Digenea: Diplostomidae) from freshwater fishes in the Tshwane area. J. Vet. Res. Vol 80(1), pp611, 2013.
[16] K. Morsy, F.A Gaffar, A.R. Bashtar, S.B. Dajem and R.A. Gaber, Light microscopy and surface topography of Urotrema scabridum and Renschetrema indicum (Digenea) from Rhinopoma bardwickii (chiroptera): first report in Egypt. Brazilian journal of veterinary parasitology. Vol 27(3), pp 319-326. 2018
[17] E.A, Nahed and A.A Ashour, Scanning electron microscopy of tegumental surface of digenetic trematode Stephanostomum egypticum from the red sea fishes. Journal of Egyptian society of parasitology.Vol 30(1) pp 341-348, 2000.
[18] H.W, Overstreet, Otobothrium cysticum (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha) from the muscle of butterfishes (Stromateidae). Parasitol. Res. 86: pp 41–53, 2000.
[19] N.M. Benigno, M. Knoff , R.E. Matos, C. Delir, M. Pinto and C. Sérgio, Morphological aspects of Clinostomidae metacercariae (Trematoda: Digenea) in Hoplerytrinus unitaeniatus and Hoplias malabaricus (Pisces: Erythrinidae) of the Neotropical region, Brazil, Ann. of the Braz. Ac. of Sc. pp. 733-744, 2014.
[20] C. Sethukarasi. and L. Veerakumari, Scanning electron microscope studies on the surface topography of a few digeneans (Family: Didymozoidae). Journal of Parasitic Disease. Vol. 31(2), pp 120-127, 2007.
[21] W.M. Sohn, D.G Kim, B.K, Jung, J. Cho, Pygidiopsis cambodiensis n. sp. (Digenea: Heterophyidae) from experimental hamsters infected with metacercariae in mullets from Cambodia. Parasitol. Res. 115: pp 123-130, 2016.
[22] G. Swarnakar, A. Kumawat. B. Sanger, K. Roat, H. Goswami and R.N. Damor, Scanning electron microscopic observations of rumen amphistome (trematoda) in buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) in Udaipur, Rajasthan. Vol 3 (9), pp 695-703, 2014.
[23] V. Tondon, and B. Roy. SEM pictorial guide to trematodes of livestock and poultry in India. Regency pub. New Delhi. 2002
[24] S. Yamaguti, Synopsis of digenetic trematodes of vertibrates. Vol. I and II. Japan Keigaku pub. Co. pp 1074, 1971.