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Ultrastructural Studies on Caenorhabditis briggsae.
A study of the fine structure of Caenorhabditis briggsae revealed several features not previously described in free-living nematodes. These were: chambered walls of the stoma, zonula adherens in the
Studies on ageing in Turbatrix aceti
Growth and Development of Romanomermis culicivorax In Vitro.
Slow and limited growth and development of internal structures of the nematodes were obtained with variously supplemented Grace's tissue culture and Schneider's Drosophila media and development attained after 3-4 wk was comparable to 4-5-day-old parasites grown in vivo in the mosquito host, Culex pipiens.
Organic Acids of Ditylenchus triformis and Turbatrix aceti.
All the organic acids detected accounted for only about one per cent of the dry weight of nematodes of Ditylenchus triformis and Turbatrix aceti.
Studies On the Effects of Two Procaine Preparations On Caenorhabditis Briggsae
Since the osmotic fragility effect persisted at procaine concentrations which did not affect surface charge, these results suggest two separate modes of action of procaine on membranes.
[Physiology of the fenestra rotunda and tympanoplasties].
  • J. Castillo
  • Medicine
    Revista espanola de oto-neuro-oftalmologia y…
  • 1960