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Camparing methods of defining the physiological age of fleas


, : Camparing methods of defining the physiological age of fleas. Problemy Parazit, 19721: 250-252


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Yurgenson, I.A.; Teplykh, V.S., 1978: Determination of the physiological age of females of fleas by the method of luminescent microscopy. On the basis of a study of changes with age in the ovaries of Ctenophthalmus orientalis (Wagn.), C. teres Ioff & Arg., Nosopsyllus laeviceps (Wagn.) (Ceratophyllus laeviceps) and Xenopsylla conformis (Wagn.) by means of luminescent microscopy, a s...

Yurgenson, IA.; Teplykh, VS., 1978: The identification of physiological age of females of fleas by the method of luminescent microscopy. On the basis of studies of age changes in the ovaries of Ctenophthalmus orientalis, C. teres, C. laeviceps and Xenopsylla conformis by means of fluorescent microscopy, a scale was plotted for identification of physiological age of female fleas. De...