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Differential Nutritional Requirements for Reproduction of Two Strains of Caenorhabditis Elegans in Axenic Culture

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Caenorhabditis elegans (Maupas) ist eine selbstbefruchtende protandrische zweigeschlechtliche Art. Zwei Varietäten von verschiedenen geographischen Gebieten, die als Bergerac und Bristol nach ihren Herkunftsgebieten benannt werden, wurden isoliert. Es wurden Unterschiede in ihren Nahrungsansprüchen gefunden, wie durch den Entwicklungsumfang ihrer Kulturen in verschiedenen Nährböden bewiesen werden konnte.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratory of Comparative Biology, Kaiser Foundation Research Institute, Richmond, California, U.S.A


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