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Water Content of the Second-Stage Larva of Heterodera Schacht11 During the Hatching Process

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Interference microscopy shows that there is no significant change in the water content of second-stage larvae of H. schachtii before hatching whether they have been immersed in root-diffusate or in water, but immediately after hatching larvae take up water rapidly.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology, The University, Keele, Staffs., England

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2016-12-09

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