Hetherington, Duncan Charteris,
Thesis--University of Illinois, 1922. / Cover title. Bibliography: p. 47-53.
Ross, Jenna Louise.
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Aberdeen University, 2010. / Title from web page (viewed on Mar. 26, 2010). Includes bibliographical references.
Kass, Ira Sanford.
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1980. / Typescript. Vita. eContent provider-neutral record in process. Description based on print version record. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 190-194).
No description available.
In vitro cultivation of Philonema (Nematoda: Dracunculoidea), a parasite of the body cavity of salmonid fishesCopping, Barbara Elizabeth January 1970 (has links)
The survival in vitro of third stage larvae of Philonema oncorhynchi and Philonema agubernaculum, nematode parasites of salmonid fishes, was studied. The larvae were cultured in various defined media and in media containing additives. The effect of antibiotics in the culture media, the effect of gassing the cultures with 5% carbon dioxide in air and the effect of shaking the cultures on the survival of larvae were studied. A statistical analysis of the factors was performed to see which conditions supported the longest survival of the larvae. Gassing and antibiotics were found to increase the larval survival, while shaking the cultures drastically decreased the survival. The best medium, without additives, was CMRL 1066 with Eagle's salts, and the best additive was chick serum. The optimum medium combination was Medium 199 + 10% chick serum. The larvae were found to survive a maximum of 86 days and an average of 46.3 days in Medium 199 + 10% chick serum, with antibiotics and when gassed with 5% carbon dioxide in air. Fourteen larvae moulted and completely exsheathed in Medium 199 + 10% dextrose + 10% horse serum, although the larvae would survive longer in other media combinations. / Science, Faculty of / Zoology, Department of / Graduate
Basson, Johanna Beatrix Elizabeth
22 September 2015
M.Sc. / The first record on freeliving nematodes from South Africa was by Micoletzky (in 1916) and this dealt with (mainly) freshwater nematodes collected in the Cape Province, Natal and Rhodesia. Ten years later Steiner (1926) reported on nematodes associated with a sample of diseased peanuts received from South Africa. The next reports were those of Filipjev (1929), who described Actinolaimus hutchensoni, and Cobb (1932) who described Anguina tumefaciens found on Bradley grass (Cynodon sp.) in the Transvaal...
The life history of Leidynema Appendiculata (Leidy, 1850) Chitwood, a nematode parasitic in the cockroach, Periplaneta Americana (Linn.)Dobrovolny, Charles George January 2011 (has links)
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Faghihi, S. Jamaleddin.
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The ecology of free-living nematodes in nearshore marine and estuarine sediments of the microtidal lower west coast of Australia /Hourston, Mathew. January 2009 (has links)
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Murdoch University, 2009. / Thesis submitted to the Faculty of Sustainability, Environmental and Life Sciences. Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-200)
The following work is based on the study of some nematodes collected in Formosa from two hosts , Suncua murinus and Bandicota nemorivaga . It deals with the taxonomy of the nematodes , with their hosts and with their geographical distribution range .
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