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Plant Parasitic Nematodes, quantity II: Cytogenetics, Host-Parasite Interactions, and body structure is a masterful reference paintings in nematology that comes with details in ultrastructure, enzymology, and chemistry of physique composition; culturing; virus transmission; organic races; and nature of plant resistance.
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C) and (D) Head region of female also viewed under normal transmitted light. X 2 5 0 0 . Note the increase in size of the stylet (sp) in the adult forms, the location of the terminal duct (td) of the dorsal esophageal gland, and the well developed ampulla (a) of this gland in the endoparasitic sedentary female (from Bird, 1968b). 37 38 ALAN F. 25 μ a t its t i p . T h u s it acts as an efficient bacterial filter while still permitting t h e injection of substances which induce and m a i n t a i n "giant cell" formation, as discussed elsewhere in this book, without damaging these p a r t i c u l a r cells.
Cytogenetics, Host–Parasite Interactions, and Physiology by B Zuckerman