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Studies on the micro-environment of the free-living stages of nematodes.

Since the original studies of Boulenger (1915) (4), Ransom (1906) (38) and Veglia (1915) (46), in the beginning of the twentieth century there have been sporadic and isolated researches on various aspects of the effects of the micro-environmental conditions on bursate nematodes. These included both laboratory and field studies but covered a relatively small number of species of the bursate nematode group. In the laboratory the worms were usually subjected to various artificially imposed conditions and then were compared in their reactions and appearance to nematodes kept under natural conditions.
Date January 1954
CreatorsPoole, John. B.
ContributorsCameron, T. (Supervisor)
PublisherMcGill University
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Detected LanguageEnglish
TypeElectronic Thesis or Dissertation
CoverageDoctor of Philosophy. (Department of Biology.)
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