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The two types of gall, bacterial and nematode, present in parasitized annual ryegrass were easily distinguished by dissecting microscope. Sufficient of each type were hand-sorted for feeding experiments with chickens and guineapigs. The contents of representative galls were checked microscopically, ...

Lanigan, G. W.; Payne, A. L.; Frahn, J. L.
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1976, 52, 5, pp 244-246