Word Origin and History for nematoda
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In the Nematoda the generative organs are derived from the division of a single cell which would appear to be mesoblastic.The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume III (of 4)
Francis Maitland Balfour
Observations on the development to egg-laying maturity of Gongylonema pulchrum (Nematoda: Spiruridae) in the guinea pig.
New avian and insect hosts for Gongylonema ingluvicola (Nematoda: Spiruridae).
The male has two spicules, and there is some doubt as to whether it should be placed with the Desmoscolecida or with the Nematoda.
Extramammalian phase of Physaloptera maxillaris Molin, 1860 (Nematoda).
- A phylum of worms including species parasitic in humans and plants as well as free-living nonparasitic species in soil or water. It includes the intestinal roundworms and filarial roundworms.
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