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Abstract

The bovine intestinal worm, Cooperia pectinata, was cultivated from third-stage infective larvae to the parasitic stages including infertile egg production. This development appeared equal to that of C. punctata, which has been cultivated to the adult stage. Improved development of Oesophagostomum...

Author(s)
Leland, S. E., Jr.
Citation
Annual Report University Florida Agricultural Experimental Station, 1966, pp 205-206