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Helminths of animals in the ecosystems of Kazakhstan


, : Helminths of animals in the ecosystems of Kazakhstan. [Chief editor: Gvozdev, EV] Gel' minty zhivotnykh v ekosystemakh Kazakhstana: 224

This book includes 26 papers, mainly dealing with the life-cycles and biocoenotic and ecological aspects of helminths of birds, mammals and fishes of the Kazakh SSR; several papers present data on ultrastructure, morphology and biology, and a few consider the pathology of helminthiases alone or associated with other infections.


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Belyakova, YuV.; Gvozdev, EV.; Panin, VYa.; Sidorov, EG.; Soboleva, TN., 1985: Helminths of animals in ecosystems of Kazakhstan.

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