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EVOLUTION OF INSECT PARASITISM IN RHABDITID AND DIPLOGASTRID NEMATODES
Insect-parasitic nematodes, which obtain nutrients from a living host, arose independently in more than 20 lineages and in different geological periods since Silurian times. Except for Mermithidae,Expand
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NEUROCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF EXCITOTOXICITY
In the past decade, our understanding of the biochemistry, molecular biology, and neuropathology of glutamate transporters and receptors has exploded. It is becoming increasingly evident that theExpand
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Further report on nematode-pseudoscorpion associations
Nematode-pseudoscorpion associations were studied in Neobisium bernardi VACHON, N. carpaticum BEIER, N. simoni (L. KOCH), N. sylvaticum (C. L. KOCH), and Roncus jarilo CURCIC, all from Yugoslavia.Expand
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A new epigean false scorpion: Roncus sumadijae n.sp. (Neobisiidae, Pseudoscorpiones) from the Balkan Peninsula (Western Serbia)
A new endemic epigean species from the village of Adžina Livada, nr. Kragujevac, Mts. Gledicke Planine, western Serbia, is erected, described and thoroughly illustrated. Its main morphometricExpand
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A new soil Pseudoscorpion, Roncus ursi n. sp., from western Serbia (Neobisiidae, Pseudoscorpiones)
A new species of the pseudoscorpion genus Roncus L. Koch (Neobisiidae) from Serbia (Kulina, Mt. Medvednik) is described and its diagnostic characters are illustrated. Interrelations with pheneticallyExpand
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PHARMACOLOGICALLY ACTIVE COMPOUNDS IN TICK SALIVARY GLANDS
Ticks are obligate blood-feeding arthropods. To feed successfully, ticks inject saliva into the feeding lesion in the host skin. Tick saliva contains a wide array of pharmacologically activeExpand
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A new cave Pseudoscorpion from Serbia (Pseudoscorpiones, Chthoniidae)
A new pseudoscorpion from the family Chthoniidae - Chthonius (Chthonius) aquasanctae n. sp. from west Serbia is described. The newly erected taxon is endemic to the area studied. Its taxonomicExpand
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TWO NEW PSEUDOSCORPIONS FROM THE UN ADMINISTERED PROVINCE OF KOSOVO AND CROATIA
Two new epigean pseudoscorpion species belonging to the family Chthoniidae - Chthonius (Ephippiochthonius) metohicus n. sp. and Chthonius (Ephippiochthonius) civitatisveti n. sp. from the UNExpand
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A NEW EPIGEAN PSEUDOSCORPION FROM EAST SERBIA: CHTHONIUS (EPHIPPIOCHTHONIUS) TIMACENSIS N. SP. (CHTHONIIDAE, PSEUDOSCORPIONES)
Only five species of Chthonius C. L. Koch (subgenus Ephippiochthonius Beier, 1930) (Chthoniidae) are presently known from Serbia. Among these, one should mention Chthonius (Ephippiochthonius)Expand
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