Laboratory 1

INTRODUCTION TO PARASITOLOGY LABORATORY


    

 

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    Review Question

    This parasite was recovered from the bile duct of a deer. Its eggs (the diagnostic stage) are found in the host's feces.

    A.) To what Phylum and Class does this parasite belong?

    B.) Which of the diagnostic methods learned in today's laboratory would be the best one to use to detect the eggs of this parasite in the deer's feces.

    Click here for the answer.