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A phylogenetic analysis of trematodes of the genus Echinoparyphium and related genera based on sequencing of Internal Transcribed Spacer region of rDNA

@article{GrabdaKazubska1998APA,
  title={A phylogenetic analysis of trematodes of the genus Echinoparyphium and related genera based on sequencing of Internal Transcribed Spacer region of rDNA},
  author={Bozena Grabda-Kazubska and Piotr Borsuk and Zdzisław Laskowski and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Mon{\'e}},
  journal={Acta Parasitologica},
  year={1998},
  volume={43}
}
Abstract. The sequencing of ITS 1 fragments of the rDNA were assayed in order to discriminate species and to estab­lish relationships between representatives of the genera: Echinoparyphium (E. elegans, E. recurvatum, E. pseu­dorecurvatum), Pseudechinoparyphium (P echinatum), Neoacanthoparyphium (N. echinatoides) and Hypo­deraeum (H. conoideum). The assay has shown that the Key words: Echinoparyphium spp., phylogeny, ITS I, rDNA Introduction The genus Echinoparyphium Dietz, 1909 occupies the… 
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