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“…However, in their reports, the date of snail infection was either unknown, or not precise, while redial generations were not indicated. As, in the present study, the number of perioral sensillae varied with the redial generation, it is likely that the redia described by Bayssade-Dufour et al (1980) belonged to the first generation, and those studied by Dimitrov & Samnaliev (1990) formed part of the second or third redial generations. The present results demonstrate that variations in the density and topography of the perioral sensillae occur from one generation to another and this requires further studies on the nervous system of F. hepatica rediae in relation to their generations.…”
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“…However, in their reports, the date of snail infection was either unknown, or not precise, while redial generations were not indicated. As, in the present study, the number of perioral sensillae varied with the redial generation, it is likely that the redia described by Bayssade-Dufour et al (1980) belonged to the first generation, and those studied by Dimitrov & Samnaliev (1990) formed part of the second or third redial generations. The present results demonstrate that variations in the density and topography of the perioral sensillae occur from one generation to another and this requires further studies on the nervous system of F. hepatica rediae in relation to their generations.…”
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“…The overall morphometric results from the pharyngeal region in F. hepatica agree with those recorded in F. gigantica, and appear to be stage specific rather than species determined. Bayssade-Dufour et al (1980) recorded 107 perioral and 21 other cephalic sensillae in the redia of F. hepatica, whereas Dimitrov & Samnaliev (1990) observed 148 and 16 sensillae respectively. However, in their reports, the date of snail infection was either unknown, or not precise, while redial generations were not indicated.…”
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“…The larval forms of H. cylindracea were recognized by the whitish colour of second-generation sporocysts and by the chaetotaxy of cercariae (Combes 1968) using the silver-staining method (Combes et al 1976) to determine the number and position of sensillae. The rediae of F. hepatica were recognized by the morphology of their pharynx, their collar, and their appendages (Augot et al 1998), whereas the cercariae were identi®ed by their sensillar distribution (Bayssade-Dufour et al 1980) when the aforementioned method was used.…”
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