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Fig. 10

From: An in vitro confirmation of the ethonopharmacological use of Senna plants as anthelmintic against rumen fluke Paramphistomum gracile

Fig. 10

Scanning electron micrograph of genital pore of Paramphistomum gracile: a & b Control parasite: Showing thick tegument (→) around the pore and numerous papillae; c & d: Senna alata showing constricted pore and the tegument around it is torn and loss of papillae; e & f Senna alexandrina: showing evagination of pore and only a few unnoticeable papillae around it; g & h Senna occidentalis: showing constricted pore and papillae with irregular displacement of papillae

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