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03/04/2017 07:42
Wild orangutan populations exist in an increasingly fragile state. As numbers continue to decline and populations became fragmented, the overall health of remaining individuals becomes increasingly at risk. Parasitic infections can have a serious impact o
19/05/2016 08:04
Anna Mynářová, Ivona Foitová, Martin Kváč, Dana Květoňová, Michael Rost, Helen Morrogh-Bernard, Wisnu Nurcahyo, Cathleen Nguyen, Supriyadi Supriyadi, Bohumil Sak. PLOS One, March 31, 2016
Orangutans are critically endangered primarily due to loss and fragmentation of their natural habitat. This could bring them into closer contact with humans and increase the risk of zoonotic pathogen transmission.Our results revealed that wild orangutans
08/07/2015 13:39
HODOVÁ, Iveta, Ivona FOITOVÁ, Vlastimil BARUŠ a Wisnu NURCAHYO. In Mikroskopie 2013.
Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) techniques are used for research of
08/07/2015 13:36
FOITOVÁ, Ivona, Božena KOUBKOVÁ, Vlastimil BARUŠ and Wisnu NURCAHYO. Folia Primatologica, 2008, roč. 79, č. 5, s. 329-329. ISSN 0015-5713
One adult syngamid nematode parasite couple was found during routine clinical observation in quarantine at the former Bohorok Rehabilitation Station from sputum of Pongo abelli and determined as Mammomonogamus laryngeus (Railliet, 1899). This finding conf