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Fig. 6 | BMC Veterinary Research

Fig. 6

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

Fig. 6

Scanning electron micrograph of Paramphistomum gracile: a Control parasite: showing small anterior sucker (AS), gonopore (GP) positioning one third of the body, and large acetabulum (AC), numerous papillae (P) at the anterior region; b Senna alata treatment showing shrinkage in the whole parasite with ballooning (→) on the body surface; c Senna alexandrina: showing shrinkage parasite with tearing (→) of the body surface and d Senna occidentalis: Shrinkage of the parasite with no noticeable change in the body surface

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