Oxygen and the Infectivity of Romanomermis culicivorax.

@article{Brown1978OxygenAT,
  title={Oxygen and the Infectivity of Romanomermis culicivorax.},
  author={Bette Jo Brown and Edward G. Platzer},
  journal={Journal of nematology},
  year={1978},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={110-3}
}
The effects on itffectivity by preparasitic Romanomermis culicivorax resulting from four exposure times to four concentrations of oxygen at three temperatures were studied . Low oxygen (1.8 and 3.1 mg /liter) slowed losses of infectivity. Losses of infectivity were similar under aerobic (6 mg /liter) and microaerobic (0.4 mg /liter) conditions for the first 24 h but thereafter were slower in the microaerobic group. N interactions between temperature and oxygen were found over the ranges tested… CONTINUE READING

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