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An endoparasite (or internal parasite) is a parasite which feeds with his entire body standing inside the host's surface (epithelium, for animals).

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Is a tapeworm an endoparasite?

yes tape worm is endoparasite


Cestoda are ectoparasite or endoparasite?

Cestoda (or tapeworm) is an endoparasite.


Example of endoparasite?

An endoparasite is a parasite that lives inside of it's host. Some examples of an endoparasite are heartworm, hookworm and ringworm.


What are the examples of endoparasite?

One example of endoparasite is when dogs have heartworms. The heartworms are the endoparasite because they are living inside the dogs body. The heartworms are benifited, they are called the parasites, and the dog is harmed, it is called the host.


Are flukes schistosoma endoparasite and digenean?

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Is a tapeworm an ectoparasite or an endoparasite?

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What damage can an endoparasite do?

they can damage your cells because they can live inside your body


Which endoparasite ia transmitted by the flea as an intermediate host?

Dipylidium sp.


What type of parasite is a flea?

A flea is a type of endoparasite.


The life cycle of the endoparasite?

What about it? Just because you put a ? mark at the end of a sentence does not make it a question. Revise and resubmit.


Adaptations of endoparasite?

Endoparasites live inside a host body. Endoparasites undergo biochemical and anatomical adaptations to maximize their capacity to absorb nutrients from the host.


What is hecto parasite?

There is no H, it's ectoparasite. It's merely an external parasite, as fleet, tick and other disgusting louse. The internal one is an endoparasite.


Examples of endoparasite of farm animals?

Liverfluke, Lung worm, Stomach Worm, Intestinal Worm, Tape worms, Round worms, Bladder worms.


Which endoparasite causes Taeniasis?

Taeniasis is a tapeworm parasite; Taenia solium (the pork tapeworm) Taenia saginata (the beef tapeworm)


Is the ascaris is endoparasite?

yes, ascaris is endopaarasite .it is depend on host by living inside it .In humans it pass through pulmonary circulation via mouth and then break out the capillaries and cause the diseases.


Types of parasite?

ectoparasite, ectozoan, ectozoon, endoparasite, endozoan, entoparasite, entozoan, entozoon, epizoan, epizoon, parasitic plant, are all types of a parasite. Parasites live on other living things.


How do you provent endoparasites in mammals?

Preventing endoparasite infestations can be done by deworming at home regularly, at least every three months. Puppies and kittens should be dewormed every three weeks until they are 6months old after which deworming is done after every 3 months. As well as a follow-up with your veterinarian for examinations and repeated fecal (stool) tests as needed.


Explain parasitism and provide an example of this relationship?

Parasitism is a relationship in which one organism lives on or within another, and that organism harms the host organism while benefiting itself (a +/- relationship). An ectoparasite lives outside the body (e.g. a parasitic flea sucks the blood of a host dog) and an endoparasite lives inside the body (e.g. a parasitic tapeworm lives inside the intestinal tract of a host human). Fetuses can be considered parasites as well, although some argue that a parasite must be of a different species than its host.


What are all UK relevant endoparasites in dairy cattle?

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Amoeba is a protozoan animal that is unicellular microscopic and found in fresh and marine water. It is also a endoparasite. In amoeba only asexual reproduction takes place and is of three types. 1 Binary fission: takes place in favourable conditions( when enough food and adequate temprature is avialable) just like mitosis completed in half an hour. During binarry fission amoeba stops feeding pseudopodia contract, but not dissapear. Contractile vacoule goes to one daughter cell and in second new c.v. is formed. Cytoplasm content of daugher amoeba just after division is near about equal to parent amoeba. 2 By sporulation: not found in amoeba proteus but found in other species of amoeb. Takes place in unfavourable conditions. The cell form 500-600 chromatin granules which undergo sporulation in favourable conditions and 250-300 spores are relased which become amoeba. 3 By encystment:takes place under unfavourable conditions, about 500-600 amoeba are formed. RESPIRATION: amoeba is aerobic. Respiration system is absent. Respiration takes place by diffusion through general body surface. NUTRITION: It is holozoic, ingest food by phagocytosis Digestion is intracellular, takes place in food vacoule. Digestive enzyme released from lysosome. Trypsin and amylase are also found. EXCERETION: amoeba is ammonotelic but dicarbonyl urea crystals are also found. Exceretion takes place through general body surface.


What is the 5 major ecological interactions?

The five major ecological interactions are predation, competition, parasitism, commensalism and mutualism.(AND ONE MORE TOO .... AMENSALISM)These five r classified on the basis of the way of interactions ... ie ., beneficial, detrimental and neutral interactions .*PREDATION:is a detrimental interaction between two species involving killing and eating of a species by the other. Here the species which eat the other r called predators and the consumed is called prey.*COMPETITION:is a detrimental interaction between two or more organism for obtaining the same resources . There are two types of competition : intra-specific competition and inter-specific competition.*PARASITISM :its a detrimental interaction between two different species in which one derives food and the other is host. in animals there are two types of parasite ie ., ectoparasite and endoparasite. in plants there are two types of parasite ie ., total parasite and partial parasite .*COMMENSALISM:is a neutral interaction of two species in which one is benefited and the other is not harmed. here benefited one is called commenced and the harmed one is called the host .*MUTUALISM:is a beneficial interaction in which both partners are benefitted .eg: symbiosis.*amensalism :is a neutral interaction of individuals of different species in which one individual suppress the growth of the other .eg : blue mold inhibit the growth of different bacteria by producing penicillin.


What is the definition of parasite?

-A parasite is an organism that benefits from a close prolonged relationship with its host, which is harmed.The parasite grows, feeds, or uses shelter of the host organism (including the host itself) contributing negatively to the relationship.== == * A parasite is an organism that has a deleterious symbiotic relationship with another organism or host species. The parasite usually lives on or in the host and needs the host for energy and nutrients to survive. A flea or tick is a parasite. Bacteria can be parasitic. Mistletoe is a parasite. Parasites sometimes cause the eventual death of the host although not always, and this can lead to the parasites demise if it cannot leave or find a new host. On a humorous note I like to think of lawyers as parasites. * From Latin s&#275;ns&#363; l&#257;t&#333; ("'in the broad sense'"). A parasite is an organism that has a deleterious symbiotic (Symbiosis (Gr. for "living together")) relationship with another organism or "host" species during one, several, or all of the stages of it's life cycle. The parasite usually lives on or in the host and needs the host for energy and nutrients to survive. An organism can(but not always) have multiple hosts sometimes a new one specific for a particular stage in the parasites life cycle. Parasitism is a special case of symbiosis in which only one species benefits. Mutualism and commensalism are the other two cases.* From Latin sensu stricto ("in the narrow sense").From Latin parasitus < Greek &pi;&alpha;&rho;&#940;&sigma;&iota;&tau;&omicron;&sigmaf; (parasitos), "'person who eats at the table of another'")* 1. (biology) A (generally undesirable) living organism that exists by stealing the resources produced/collected by another living organism. Lice, fleas, ticks and mites are widely spread parasites. 2. (pejorative) A person who relies on other people's efforts and gives little back (originally a sycophant). http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/parasite* Parasite: An organism that absorbs nutrients from the body fluids of living hosts. * Parasitism: A symbiotic relationship in which the symbiont(parasite) benefits at the expense of the host by living either within the host(endoparasite) or outside the host(ectoparasite). -Campbell, Reece, Mitchell. Biology 5th Edition (Glenview, Illinois: Addison Wesley Longman, 1999)* 'A parasite is an organism that lives on or inside another organism to the detriment of the host organism' -Wikipedia For a list of human parasites: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_parasites_(human) Examples of parasites: 1) Animal/insect parasites [aphids] 2) Plant parasitesa parasites lives in a close relationship with another organism it's host and causes it harm


What are some words with endo at the beginning?

1. Endobronchial : ENDO bronchial (en do bron' ki al) adj. Within the cavity of a bronchus 2. Endocardial : ENDO cardial (en do kard' ee al) adj. Within the heart 3. Endochrome : ENDO chrome (en' do krome) n. Coloring matter within the cell 4. Endocrine : ENDO crine (en' do krin) n. Any internal secretion 5. Endocrinology : ENDO crinology (en do kri nol' o jee) n. Science of the endocrine glands 6. Endocrinopathy : ENDO crinopathy (en do kri nop' a thi) n. Disorder of the endocrine glands 7. Endogamy : ENDO gamy (en dog' a mee) n. Marriage within a legally designated group 8. Endoparasite : ENDO parasite (en do par' a site) n. A parasite living within the body; as, a tapeworm 9. Endogeny : ENDO geny (en doj' e nee) n. Growth from within 10. Endogastric : ENDO gastric (en do gas' trik) adj. Relating to the inside of the stomach 11. Endopsychic : ENDO psychic (en do sie' kik) adj. Developing within the psyche 12. Endorachis : ENDO rachis (en do ray' kis) n. The membrane lining in the spinal canal 13. Endoral : END oral (en do' ral) adj. Within the mouth 14. Endoscope : ENDO scope (en' do skope) n. Instrument to see the interior of a hollow organ 15. Endosepsis : ENDO sepsis (en do sep' sis) n. Internal rotting away of figs 16. Endosteal : END osteal (en dos' tee al) adj. Within the bone 17. Endothermy : ENDO thermy ( en do ther' mee) n. Surgical production of heat within the tissues 18. Endotoxin : ENDO toxin (en do tok' sin) n. A toxin of internal origin 19. Endotrophic : ENDO trophic (en do trof' ik) adj. Nourished from within 20. Endophagy : ENDO phagy (en dof' a ji) n. Cannibalism within the family or tribe


What can corn snakes eat?

Corn and Rat snakes both belong to the genus Elaphe; Corns belong to the species Elaphe guttata; many of the rat snakes are subspecies of Elaphe obsoleta. For a full list of the Elaphe species, see the TIGR Database: Colubridae: Elaphe. The Latin word elaphe means deerskin; guttata means speckled or spotted. Both terms apply to corns and rats: in most species, their skin feels like finely tanned deerskin, while the patterns on their back create spots or speckles. Some people see the patterning of the belly scales as resembling maize, a colorful ancestor of our modern day corn. Another theory relating to how corn snakes got their name comes from the early Europeans settlers. They frequently found these snakes in their corn fields and corn cribs, and thought they were eating the corn! In fact, the corn snakes were, and remain, very helpful to farmers as they help keep down the rodent population. Amelanistic corns (those lacking the black and brown skin coloring) are sometimes called "red rat snakes" because of their red-to-orange coloring. There are presently two subspecies of corns, E. g. gutatta and E. g. meahllmorum. The care information below discusses corns. The same information applies to rat snakes, as well, other than that species whose overall length and size are larger than corns will require larger enclosures and larger prey. Natural HistoryCorns are commonly found in deciduous forests, pine barrens, rocky hillsides and farm areas over a broad swath of the United States (Alabama, Arkansas, West central/Southeast Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Southern Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Eastern Utah, Virginia). They have also been reported in Mexico (Chihuahua, Coahuila, North Durango, Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas) and the Cayman Islands. Corns are most active at night or in the hours of dawn and dusk (crepuscular). While they are primarily ground-dwellers, some are semi-arboreal. While the Elaphes feed on everything ranging from fish to frogs to rodents to mammals, wild Corns start off feeding on small invertebrates and vertebrates, such as crickets. Corns lay eggs, becoming sexually mature at around two years of age. Personal StatisticsHatchlings range in size from 9-14 inches (22-36 cm); adults are generally 2.5 to 5 feet 76-152 cm) in length; most are in the 3-4 foot (91-122 cm) range. The average life span of these snakes is 10 years, although one was documented to be 21 years old. In the wild, hatchlings feed largely on small lizards and tree frogs, while adults feed on small rodents and birds, killing their prey by constriction. In captivity, hatchlings Corns can easily be started on pinkie mice (1-2 day old), quickly moving up the prey scale, to fuzzies, crews and small adult mice. Both hatchlings and adults can be fed prekilled rodents. When selecting a corn or rat snake, look for a well-fleshed body, no visible cuts or abrasions, clear, alert eyes, tongue flicking, no signs of mites or ticks. The vent should be clean. It is always recommended to obtain captive bred, rather than wild-caught, corns. Captive bred ones have become very popular because of all the exotic colors and patterns they "come in". Unfortunately, those morphs are caused by intense inbreeding. As a result, corns are increasingly exhibiting morbitidy and mortality problems as a result of undesireable genes being bred along with the ones for color and pattern. Failure/Inability to feed and sudden, inexplicable death are the two most common problems that have been increasing over that past several years. GrowthMany people believe that a reptile will not grow any larger that its tank. THIS IS NOT TRUE! The reptile keeps growing and will become miserable, and probably ill, if the proper tank size is not provided. The only way to "stunt" a reptile's is to not feed it enough; assuming you do not want a dead reptile, this is not something you should do. Always find out the adult size of an animal before you buy it. Note that many pet stores intentionally stunt a reptile's growth; they find it's easier to sell a cute young reptile to someone who does not know what they are looking at than an older, bigger animal. Always inquire how old the animal is, when it was acquired, etc. Be a knowledgeable consumer, not an impulse buyer. Setting Up Your Snake's New HomeEnclosureCorns must be housed in at least a 20 gallon tank. The tank must have a secure top. A determined snake can push against screen or glass until it finds an opening big enough for its head; where its head goes, so goes its body. Some snakes will constantly rub their nose against the screened top of the tank in an effort to find a way out. The resulting abrasions should be treated with an antiseptic and antibiotic ointment. The furnishings in the enclosure should then be evaluated to provide a more natural environment. Provide a Hiding PlaceA hide box of some sort should be provided, and an interesting branch for climbing and resting. Branches collected from the wild will need to be debugged by soaking first in chlorine/water solution, then rinsed thoroughly, soaked in clean water, then left to dry in the sun. No special lighting is required. SubstrateWith corn snakes, there are a couple of different substrates that can be used, such as pine chips (not cedar chips, are toxic), indoor/outdoor carpeting and "Astroturf". If you use the carpeting or Astroturf, you must wash it then let it dry thoroughly before it can be used in the tank again; have two pieces on hand which can be rotated. The snakes will often burrow under the chips or carpet/turf, so don't be surprised if they are not always in view. If you use pine or aspen shavings or cypress mulch, the urine and feces can be scooped out with a cat litter scoop, with fresh chips added as needed. Be sure to remove soiled substrate as soon as possible; urine-soaked material become a breeding ground for bacteria and fungus. If you use this type of substrate you will have to place your snake in a secure area to feed it; you do not want it to ingest any chips. TemperatureAn undertank heat pad is placed under one-half of the tank; this leaves one side cooler so that your snake can regulate its body temperature as needed. A heating pad made for people can be purchased at any drug store; set it at medium or low depending upon the ambient air temperature. To maintain health, corn snakes must be kept at 75-85 F, the higher temperature being necessary to digest its food. Temperatures can fall to the lower range at night. To easily monitor temperature, inexpensive aquarium self-stick thermometers can be purchased and applied about an inch above the bottom of the tank on the warm side. Hot rocks should never be used; they fluctuate too much, and too many reptiles suffer severe ventral burns. An incandescent light bulb in a reflector shield may be set just outside the tank to heat up a basking area; appliance timers can be set to turn the light on and off at set times during the day. Reset the hours of operation to adjust for seasonal fluctuations in ambient air temperature. FeedingAn active snake will happily eat every 10 days or so. They will eat, and should only be fed, killed prey. A snake who is not hungry when live prey is introduced into the enclosure often finds itself becoming the meal, especially if the prey is a rat. To economize, you can buy in bulk and freeze them. Contact your local herpetology society; many members breed mice and rats, and most will pre-kill them for you. Remove the prey item from the freezer and allow to defrost at room temperature. When defrosted, use forceps or tongs to pick up the rodent by the tail, and hold the prey in front of the snake for the snake to strike at. Many snakes will eat prey that is just placed in the tank. Occasionally, a quail egg can be offered to wild-caught specimens. If the snake likes it, one can be offered every couple of weeks. (Since quail eggs purchased in stores or from hatcheries are unlikely to be fertilized, they should not form a regular part of the main diet.) Start hatchlings off with pinkie mice. As your snake grows, gradually increase the prey size by offering fuzzies, crews, then small adult mice or rat pinkies. A full-grown Corn or Rat can eat a medium to large mouse; large Rat snakes can eat small rats. If you feed too much at one feeding session, or feed a prey item that is too large, your snake may regurgitate it. WaterA bowl of fresh water must always be available at all times. It will be used for drinking and sometimes for bathing. If the snake defecates in it, the bowl must be cleaned and disinfected immediately. HandlingCorns do not wrap snugly around your arm like pythons or kings. They tend to pick a direction and go for it. Though they are relatively small in body mass, they are quite strong. Always support the body and give free rein to the head. If the head starts going somewhere you don't want it to go, gently guide it into another direction. Many snakes are nervous when introduced into a new situation with new people. Give them a couple of days to settle down before letting new people handle them. SheddingAs a reptile grows, its old skin become too tight and worn. A new skin awaits just below the old. As a snake gets ready to shed, its eyes will turn a milky blue over the course of several days, and the body color will start to dull and develop a whitish sheen. Once the eyes have cleared, the snake is ready to shed. To assure proper hydration, soak the snake in warmish water after the eyes clear; this should enable to snake to shed easily within the next 24 hours. Veterinary CareAll newly acquired reptiles should have fecal exams done by an experienced reptile vet to check for bacteria, protozoa and worms. Many of the parasites, bacteria and protozoans can be transmitted to humans and other reptiles. Left untreated, these infestations can ultimately kill your reptile. Medications are available to treat these conditions. When your snake first defecates, collect the feces in a clean plastic bag, seal it, label it with your name, phone number, date and your snake's name, then take it and your snake to a reptile vet. Signs of ill-healthSnakes, like all other animals, do get sick. Listlessness, failure to eat over several weeks or regurgitating meals can be signs of bacterial or endoparasite infection. Take these animals to a reptile vet, with a fecal or vomitus sample enclosed in a ziplock bag. Ectoparasites, such as ticks and mites, must also be dealt with. With proper instruction, this is something you can do yourself if the infestation is mild. Allowed to escalate, ectoparasites can kill their host. If the skin around the neck forms wrinkles and puckers, the snake is severely dehydrated and you must see a vet. The vet will either administer subcutaneous fluids or show you how to force fluids. Animals cannot digest food when dehydrated, so emaciation will set in if the condition is allowed to continue untreated. Then, respiratory infections, parasites and other problems, and possibly death, will occur. Thin, stringy mucous coming out of nose or mouth or changes in feces or urates (different color, consistency, frequency) signal a disease or infection. Observe your snake every day to be sure to catch any problems early. Treat the problem as soon as it is noticed to prevent other health problems and vet bills.


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