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Molluscicidal Activity Of Chlorophyll Extraction Against The Freshwater Snails

M. S. Mahmoud, P. Richter, Hatem Abdel, M. Shalaby, O. Kandil, Guiquan Guan
Published 2013 · Biology

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Fasciola spp. cause one of the most important zoonotic diseases with a global economic impact on livestock production systems and a poorly defined but direct effect on human health[1]. Its life cycle includes freshwater snails (Lymnaeidae) as an intermediate host[2]. The worldwide losses in animal productivity due to fasciolosis were conservatively estimated at over US $ 3.2 billion per annual[3]. Also, bilharziosis (schistosomiasis) is a major problem in Egypt and other countries worldwide caused by the trematode Schistosoma (Phylum: Plathelmintes). Schistosoma mansoni (Africa and South America) and Schistosoma japonicum (Southeast Asia) cause gastrointestinal symptoms, while Schistosoma haematobium (Africa) causes mostly urogenital disorders. About 200 million people worldwide are infected with schistosomiasis, and about 200 000 to one million people die each year from the complications[4]. The intermediate hosts for Schistosoma are snails (Biomphalaria for PEER REVIEW ABSTRACT
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