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The Embryonic Development of Tribolium confusum
The basic embryogeny is described and a chronology of developmental events at 25.5±1°C is presented. The fundamental developmental pattern is not unusual for a beetle. The more notable events and… Expand
Parasites recovered from six species of Utah lizards.
- A. Grundmann
- 1 August 1959
Host genetics: a key factor in regulating the distribution of parasites in natural host populations.
- D. Wassom, T. Dick, N. Arnason, D. Strickland, A. Grundmann
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of parasitology
- 1 April 1986
The immune response that expels the tapeworm Hymenolepis citelli from the small intestine of its host the white-footed deer mouse is genetically controlled. Patent infections with this tapeworm occur… Expand
The intestinal helminths of the coyote Canis latrans Say, in Utah.
Endoparasitism in isolated populations of rodents of the Lake Bonneville Basin, Utah.
Definitive host relationships of the helminth parasites of the deer mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus, in the Bonneville Basin of Utah.
THE LIFE HISTORY AND LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF MONILIFORMIS CLARKI (WARD, 1917).
The life cycle of Moniliformis clarki is demonstrated and its larval development described. Development to the infective cystacanth stage in the intermediate host, the camel cricket Ceuthophilus… Expand
Parasites of mosquitoes in southwestern Wyoming and northern Utah.
Transfaunation studies with germ-free Mus musculus using the Entamoeba from three rodent species.
The taxonomy of the enteric amoebae of rodents is confused because investigators have tended to name new species of Entamoeba without investigating the host-parasite relationships. Attempts were made… Expand