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Competition between the rat tapeworm, Hymenolepis diminuta, and the acanthocephalan, Moniliformis dubius, in the laboratory rat
Since the tapeworm, Hymenolepis diminuta, and the acanthocephalan, Moniliformis dubius, are thought to obtain all their nutrients by absorption through the body surface, are known to inhabit the same general part of the ...
Some aspects of amino acid metabolism in Mytilus edulis L., 1758, and Rangia cuneata Gray, 1831
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Cytological and cytochemical studies of secretory activity in the rat parathyroid gland
The present work involves the examination of parathyroid tissue, histologically and cytologically, and an extension of the findings to the submicroscopic level with the aid of the electron microscope. Primary interests in ...