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Control of Biomphalaria alexandrina populations by homogenates from Physa acuta, Helisoma duryi and B. alexandrina snails



Control of Biomphalaria alexandrina populations by homogenates from Physa acuta, Helisoma duryi and B. alexandrina snails



Helminthologia (Bratislava): 234: 261-268



The growth of recently hatched B. alexandrina snails (3 mm in diameter) was suppressed by exposure to homogenates of adult Physa, Helisoma and Biomphalaria. Physa homogenate at 719 ppm was lethal to B. alexandrina after 6 weeks exposure; similar effects were achieved with 1773.5 ppm and 2883 ppm of Helisoma and Biomphalaria homogenate, resp.

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