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The life cycle of Monoecocestus sigmodontis (Chandler and Suttles, 1922) from the cotton rat, Sigmodon hispidus, with some notes on immunity
In the field of helminthology, the life cycle of an organism not only brings to light the ontogeny of the individual, but also indicates its phylogenetic relationship in the general scheme of taxonomy. By means of the work ...
Studies on the life history and development of certain Acanthocephala of the order Archiacanthocephala (Meyer, 1931)
The Acanthocephala constitute a comparatively small group of parasitic worms which have been very much neglected from the taxonomic and life history standpoints. The proper location of the Acanthocephala among the invertebrates ...
Computer simulations of kin selection
The theory of kin selection is central to the understanding of social evolution. Recent theoretical work suggests a limitation on the action of kin selection in structured populations. The first such limit involves a ...