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Variability of Colletotrichum kahawae in Relation to Other Colletotrichum Species from Tropical Perennial Crops and the Development of Diagnostic Techniques
Lack of citrate and tartrate metabolism provides a readily applicable diagnostic method for Colletotrichum kahawae populations and can be used to distinguish the species.
Observations on the physiology and integumentary structure of the Antarctic pycnogonid Decolopoda austratis
The giant Antarctic pycnogonid Decolopoda australis Eights takes up oxygen by diffusion across the integument, particularly of the legs, as well as in the regions between the contiguous lateral processes of the body where detrital material accumulates.
New species of Bayadera Selys and Schmidtiphaea Asahina from China (Odonata, Euphaeidae)
The life cycle of Zygocotyle lunata (Trematoda, Paramphistomoidea) in the subtropical region of South America
The life cycle of the trematode Zygocotyle lunata is studied, beginning with cercariae from naturally infected Biomphalaria peregrina and B. tenagophila from Buenos Aires Province and Salta Province (Argentina), respectively.
The Life Cycle of Australapatemon magnacetabulum (Digenea: Strigeidae) from Northwestern Argentina
The life cycle of Australapatemon magnacetabulum Dubois, 1988 was resolved experimentally and the identification of the species was based upon the characteristic large ventral sucker and a genital cone, crossed by a hermaphroditic duct with internal folds.
First record of Pseudosuccinea columella (Say, 1817) from Salta province, northwest Argentina (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Lymnaeidae)
- D. Davies, L. Nieva, Lorena Gisela Ailan Choke, Federico Soria Issa, Julieta M. Pujadas, L. Prepelitchi
- 19 July 2014
Pseudosuccinea columella is reported for the first time from Salta province, northwest Argentina, suggesting that this new record, the westernmost in Argentina, suggests that the snail continues to increase its geographic distribution in the Neotropical region.
A CYTOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE NOSTOC‐BRYOPHYTE RELATIONSHIP
The absence of phycobilisomes and high heterocyst frequencies in the bryophytic Nostoc spp corroborates physiological data that the algae receive organic carbon from their hosts which enable them to fix nitrogen heterotrophically and supports the notion that the algal-bryophyte associations are none specific.
The effect of larval phase on flight performance of African armyworm moths, Spodoptera exempta (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
When the incidence of prolonged flight was measured in moths derived from genetically-matched (full-sib) samples, there was a clear increase in long flights by females derived from the high-density gregaria phase larvae compared with those from solitaria phase larvae.
New species of Raphidascaris (Sprentascaris) (Nematoda: Anisakidae) in Rineloricaria steinbachi (Actinopterygii: Loricariidae) from Northwest Argentina.
During a parasitological survey, specimens of a new species of Raphidascaris (Sprentascaris) in Rineloricaria steinbachi are reported from La Caldera River, province of Salta, Northwest Argentina, and this is the sixth species of the genus described in the Neotropical Region and the second from Argentina.
Morphological and ITS2 Molecular Characterization of Ribeiroia Cercariae (Digenea: Psilostomidae) from Biomphalaria spp. (Gastropoda: Planorbidae) in Northern Argentina
- D. Davies, C. Davies, J. Lauthier, M. Hamann, M. D. de Núñez
- BiologyThe Journal of parasitology
- 30 October 2015
Morphological, ecological, and ITS2 molecular data suggest that specimens from Argentina belong to a different species of Ribeiroia.