By David G. Baker
David G. Baker edits FLYNN'S PARASITES OF LABORATORY ANIMALS, second variation, an exceptional college-level reference for complex scholars of veterinary technology. From the biology of the protozoa to parasites of rabbits and hamsters, mice and birds, reptiles to canine, cats or even sheep, edits FLYNN'S PARASITES OF LABORATORY ANIMALS bargains up large chapters full of black and white pictures, tables and charts, analysis, hosts, way of life, and pathologic results, and extra.
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The method for performing the Gram stain is presented in microbiology laboratory manuals and will not be described here. FLYNN’S PARASITES OF LABORATORY ANIMALS Modiﬁed Acid-fast Stain The modiﬁed acid-fast stain can be used to detect Cryptosporidium sp. and fecal microsporidia. This procedure does not require heating of the slide or stain and uses a brilliant green counterstain, which facilitates visualization. Materials • Microscope slides, coverslip optional • Absolute methanol • Carbol fuchsin stain • Acid alcohol decolorizer • Brilliant green stain • Immersion oil Method 1.
N. Jordan. MICROSPORIDIANS: PHYLUM MICROSPORA Until recently, microsporidia were classiﬁed as protozoa in the phylum Microsporidia. Analysis of small subunit RNA has resulted in the reclassiﬁcation of these pathogens to the fungi34. 11) are characterized by a resistant spore stage35. The microsporidial spore contains many special organelles. The coiled polar tube is used in host cell penetration and transfer of the sporoplasm to new host cells. It is also an important taxonomic structure. An anchoring disk is located in the anterior end of spores and serves as the site of attachment for the polar tube.
The endoplasm is less viscous cytoplasm, and therefore appears denser. Some species have no identiﬁable anterior region of the cell unless the cell is moving; the anterior region then appears at the leading edge. The posterior region of the cell, the “uroid,” is where myosin ﬁlaments are often concentrated. Actin microﬁlaments are found in the ectoplasmic regions. Most amoebae contain Golgi bodies, contractile vacuoles, food vacuoles, and mitochondria. Amoebae obtain dissolved nutrients by pinocytosis, and larger particulate nutrients by phagocytosis.
Flynn’s Parasites of Laboratory Animals by David G. Baker