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/əˌkæn θəˈsɛf ə lən/ Show Spelled[uh-kan-thuh-sef-uh-luh n] Show IPA. –noun. 1.

Acanthocephala is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Acanthocephala books and related discussion.

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Phylogenetic Relationships of the Acanthocephala Inferred from 18S
ancient origin of the acanthocephalan–arthropod para- sitic association.
Checklist of Acanthocephala from India
The origin and function of cement gland secretion in
The infrastructure of the tegument of Moniliformis dubius
THE ultrastructure of the acanthocephalan body wall has not been described In some acanthocephala, including M. dubius, these become very. [Quart.
Acanthocephalus ranae (Acanthocephala: Echinorhynchidae) from
Keywords: Acanthocephalus ranae; Acanthocephala; Amphibians; Turkey; Description; Histopathology; SEM;. Asellus aquaticus. Received 02/01/2010.

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Sulaikyta parazitinėmis kirmėlėmis užteršta iš Rusijos importuotų žuvų
Mėginius ištyrus Nacionalinio maisto ir veterinarijos rizikos vertinimo instituto laboratorijoje, žuvų raumenyse nustatyti Acanthocephala spp. helmintai (parazitinės kirmėlės).
Задержана партия зараженных паразитами рыбных консервов из России
В ходе исследования в рыбе обнаружили скребней рода Acanthocephala (скребни являются исключительно паразитическими формами, которые во взрослом состоянии живут в кишечнике позвоночных животных).

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Acanthocephala - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Phylum Acanthocephala
History, external features, internal features, reproduction, embryology, life cycle, ecology, phylogeny, and classification.
Acanthocephala - Encyclopedia of Life
Acanthocephala (Spiny-headed worms) in Encyclopedia of Life.
ACANTHOCEPHALA - spiny-headed worms |
ACANTHOCEPHALA, the spiny headed worms, characteristics, taxonomy, physiology, and body pattern.
Leaf Footed Bug - Acanthocephala terminalis
Explore large format diagnostic pictures and information on this majestic, huge true bug with orange antennae.

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