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An Assessment of Poecilogony in Marine Invertebrates: Phenomenon or Fantasy?
Poecilogony, defined as more than one mode of reproduction within a single species, has been reported in various invertebrates, including mollusks and polychaetes. Many cases that have been describedExpand
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Necator americanus and Ancylostoma duodenale: life history parameters and epidemiological implications of two sympatric hookworms of humans.
Abstract The life history data available for two species of hookworm that commonly infect humans, Necator americanus and Ancylostoma duodenale , were compiled. The data were then analyzed in theExpand
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The Stenothyrid Radiation of the Mekong River 1. The Stenothyra mcmulleni Complex (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia)
-Two new species of the rissoacean prosobranch genus Stenothyra (S. khongi and S. huaimoi) are described, six other phenotypically similar species are redescribed and sources of confusion amongExpand
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Range extensions of teredinids (shipworms) and polychaetes in the vicinity of a temperate-zone nuclear generating station
A study of marine boring and fouling organisms in the vicinity of the thermal effluent from the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station, Barnegat Bay, New Jersey, USA has been conducted since 1971.Expand
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