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In search of mitochondrial markers for resolving the phylogeny of cyclophyllidean tapeworms (Platyhelminthes, Cestoda) — a test study with Davaineidae
PCR primers that amplify rrnL were designed and tested successfully against a diversity of cyclophyllideans and appeared to be more informative than the fragment of cox1, while the genus Raillietina was not supported by molecular evidence.
Mechanism of action of electrochemically active carbons on the processes that take place at the negative plates of lead-acid batteries
Cestodes from Artemia parthenogenetica (Crustacea, Branchiopoda) in the Odiel Marshes, Spain: A systematic survey of cysticercoids
This study provides the first record of Anomotaenia tringae in an intermediate host and the first records of C. podicipina, E. avoceti, A.tringae and G. stammeri in Spain.
Lead–Carbon Electrode with Inhibitor of Sulfation for Lead-Acid Batteries Operating in the HRPSoC Duty
Cestode parasitism in invasive and native brine shrimps (Artemia spp.) as a possible factor promoting the rapid invasion of A. franciscana in the Mediterranean region
- B. Georgiev, M. Sánchez, G. Vasileva, P. Nikolov, A. Green
- Biology, Environmental ScienceParasitology Research
- 23 August 2007
It is suggested that cestodes may influence competitive interactions between native and invasive brine shrimps, thus partly explaining the invasive success of A. franciscana.
Influence of carbons on the structure of the negative active material of lead-acid batteries and on
Capacitive carbon and electrochemical lead electrode systems at the negative plates of lead–acid batteries and elementary processes on cycling
Influence of polymer additive on the performance of lead-acid battery negative plates
Red and transparent brine shrimps (Artemia parthenogenetica): a comparative study of their cestode infections
Red brine shrimps have a more important role for the circulation of avian cestodes than transparent individuals of the same population, and three cestode species had significantly higher prevalence and mean abundance in red brines.
High prevalence of cestodes in Artemia spp. throughout the annual cycle: relationship with abundance of avian final hosts
Although there was strong seasonal variation in prevalence, abundance, and intensity of cestode infections, seasonal changes in bird counts were weak predictors of the dynamics of cESTode infections.