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A contribution to the study of taxa differentiation in cestode taxonomy
The methods discussed may prove helpful in establishing precise interspecific variations as also the variability amongst various higher taxa in cestode taxonomy thus contributing a support in the direction of revision attempts of future workers. Expand
Amino acids of Hymenolepis palmarum (Johri, 1956) and chemotaxonomic studies on hymenolepidid cestodes.
Chemotaxonomic patterns in the distribution of amino acids of Hymenolepis palmarum (Johri, 1956) and other hymenolepidids revealed the common presence of beta-aminoisobutyric acid, lysine,Expand
Chemotaxonomic studies on davaineid tapeworms, based on amino acid analysis.
Chemotaxonomic studies within the family Davaineidae have shown the presence of cystine and hydroxyproline only in D. hewetensis, although phenylalanine and proline occur in all species examined previously. Expand
Comparative analysis of amino acids of three species of gangesia (Cestoda: Proteocephalata).
A total of 21 amino acids were detected in the present investigations on three species of Gangesia (Cestoda: Proteocephalata) viz. G. bengalensis Woodland, 1924, G. hanumanthai Seth & Capoor, 1982Expand
Taxometric analysis of helminthes of marine fishes. 1. Pedunculacetabulum spinatum n.sp., from Chorinemus mandetta and Wenyonia rhincodonti n.sp., from Rhincodon typus
The investigations include report of two new worms from marine fishes of Central West Coast of Goa in Arabian Sea and detailed evidence of taxometric significance to reinstate this genus of genus Pedunculacetabulum Yamaguti. Expand