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Nematodes Parasitic in Animals

Nature volume 140, pages 526527 (25 September 1937) | Download Citation



THE scope of this excellent little book is not, as its title might suggest, systematic or faunistic. It is addressed primarily to the experimental biologist, and the author's chief concern is with the physiology of the parasitic Nematodes, upon which, as he points out, their relationships with their hosts depend, and a better knowledge of which might enable us to control their harmful activities in man and domestic animals.

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