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Abstract

Of the 175 female and 163 male worms recovered from 173 O. gibsoni nodules obtained from cattle at the Townsville slaughterhouse, Australia, 21.7 and 10.4% respectively were degenerated. 78.7% of the living females contained ova and 61.0% of the living males were reproductively active. Gravid...

Author(s)
Kläger, S.; Vancan, D.; Höflacher, R.; Schulz-Key, H.
Citation
Mitteilungen der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie, 1987, 9, pp 195-210