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Parasitological studies in nature reserves and their aims

, : Parasitological studies in nature reserves and their aims. Parazitologicheskie issledovaniya v zapovednikakh Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov Tsentral' noi Laboratorii Okhotnich' ego Khozyaistva i Zapovednikov: 4-16

The 6 aspects which the study of parasitic infections in animal reserves should cover are listed and the literature on parasitological studies in 7 reserves in USSR is briefly reviewed.

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