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  • A new genus and species of pinworm (Nematoda, Oxyuridae) from the gray mouse opossum, Tlacuatzin canescens. [Journal Article]
    Parasite 2019; 26:50Jiménez FA, Caspeta-Mandujano JM, Albino-Miranda S
  • Tlacuatzoxyuris simpsoni n. gen. n. sp. is described from the cecum of the gray opossum, Tlacuatzin canescens, a species endemic to the deciduous dry forest of Mexico. The digestive tracts of four specimens were examined for parasites; three of these were archived in the American Museum of Natural History and one was a live capture. Relative to the other four monotypic genera of pinworms known to…
  • Reappraising the exteriorization of the mammalian testes through evolutionary physiology. [Review]
    Commun Integr Biol 2019; 12(1):38-54Miller WB, Torday JS
  • A number of theories have been proposed to explain the exteriorization of the testicles in most mammalian species. None of these provide a consistent account for the wide variety of testicular locations found across the animal kingdom. It is proposed that testicular location is the result of coordinate action of testicular tissue ecologies to sustain preferential states of homeostatic equipoise t…
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