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Morphology of Acrobeles Complexus Thorne Cultivated On Agar

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The morphology of Acrobeles complexus is described and illustrated from a study of serial cross sections, totomounts and live specimens cultivated on agar, with special reference to the following: complexity of the cephalic region; the lumen lining, bulbar valve, feeding mechanism and nuclear distribution of the oesophagus; the oligocytous intestine; the nervous system; male and female gonads and secondary sexual characters.

Affiliations: 1: National Agricultural Advisory Service, Starcross, Exeter, England


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