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异尖属线虫的地理分布研究进展Progress on the Geographic Distribution of Anisakis Species
杜晓洁, 董娜, 张路平
异尖属, 异尖科, 线虫, 地理分布, 宿主Anisakis; Anisakidae; Nematoda; Geographic Distribution; Host
《Advances in Marine Sciences》, Vol.1 No.1, 2014-08-15
The larvae of Anisakis species are parasitic in the marine fishes worldwide. Humans can lead to anisakidosis if they are infected by living anisakid larvae. Therefore, the taxonomy and distribution of Anisakis species have been extensively studied by many authors from all over the world. In the present study, the progress of study on Anisakis were made based on the publications in the last decade in order to understand the species identification and distribution of Anisakis species, and provide fundamental data for the control of anisakidosis and quarantine of export and import.