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The Morphology of the Brassica Root Eelworm Heterodera Cruciferae Franklin, 1945

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Die Morphologie des voll entwickelten Weibchens von Heterodera cruciferae, namentlich die Beschaffenheit der Epi- und Hypodermis, der Verdauungs-, Ausscheidungs- und Fortpflanzungssysteme, wird beschrieben. Das Nervensystem wird nicht behandelt. Besondere Aufmerksamkeit wird auf die Bildung des gelatinösen Grundstoffs gerichtet. Es werden Beweise angeführt, die zeigen sollen, dass er aus den Gebärmutterzellen entsteht.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Agricultural Zoology, North of Scotland College of Agriculture, Aberdeen, Scotland


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