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Phylogenetic analysis of nematodes of the genus Pratylenchus using nuclear 26S rDNA.
It is clear that species of Pratylenchus are a paraphyletic assemblage, and the outgroup taxon H. belli shares a common ancestor with the clade that includes P. vulnus and P. crenatus while N. aberrans and R. similis share acommon ancestor with 5 other species included in this study.
Mapping the presence of Wolbachia pipientis on the phylogeny of filarial nematodes: evidence for symbiont loss during evolution.
The Enterobiinae subfam. Nov. (Nematoda, Oxyurida) pinworm parasites of primates and rodents.
New York City, New York Municipal Forest Resource Analysis
We conduct research that demonstrates new ways in which trees add value to your community, converting results into financial terms to assist you in stimulating more investment in trees. The United…
New and Known Species of Litomosoides (Nematoda: Filarioidea): Important Adult and Larval Characters and Taxonomic Changes
This study confirms the close morphological resemblance between the species of Litomosoides from flying and terrestrial mammals and reinforces the hypothesis of host-switching in the evolution of this genus.
Trematode–gastropod associations in nine non-lacustrine habitats in the Mwanza region of Tanzania
Between August 1978 and July 1979, freshwater gastropods were collected at monthly intervals from 9 different non-lacustrine habitats in the Mwanza region of Tanzania, yielding 38 morphologically distinguishable ‘species’ of cercariae, 22 of which did not conform to previously described African species.
USDA FOREST SERVICE, PACIFIC SOUTHWEST RESEARCH STATION
The team examined how altered water flows caused by hydroelectric dams impact the life cycle of the foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii). The frog, which lives in foothill regions from southern…
Phylogenetic analysis based on 18S ribosomal RNA gene sequences supports the existence of class polyacanthocephala (acanthocephala).
A PHYLOGENETIC HYPOTHESIS FOR SPECIES OF THE GENUS TAENIA (EUCESTODA: TAENIIDAE)
- E. Hoberg, Arlene Jones, R. Rausch, K. Eom, S. Gardner
- BiologyThe Journal of parasitology
- 1 February 2000
Patterns appear consistent with rapid shifts between phylogenetically unrelated carnivores but among those that historically exploited a common prey resource within communities in specific biogeographic regions.