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Therefore, it seems more likely that genetic host specificity is absent in Atlantic C.
50-63, in: First symposium on host specificity among parasites of vertebrates (E Mayr, ed.
Competitive exclusion, harem behaviour and host specificity of the water mite Unionicola ypsilophora (Hydrachnellae, Acari) inhabiting Anodonta cygnea (Unionidae).
Trypanosoma danilewskyi: host specificity and host's effects on morphometrics.
This host specificity may be the result of mite and primate cospeciation.
KEY WORDS: zebra mussel, Conchophthirus acuminatus, commensal, host specificity, dispersal mechanisms
Host specificity and distribution of the swim-bladder nematodes, Cystidicola farionis Fischer, 1798 and C.
This tapeworm appears to show little host specificity and a wide geographic range as it has now been reported to infect six members of the family Plethodontidae and two members of the family Salamandridae (Table 1) in various states, primarily in the upper Midwest and eastern United States.
These nod genes encode enzymes that synthesize nod factors, lipo-chitin oligosaccharides (LCO's), which are involved in signaling the plant and determining host specificity.
This is consistent with the idea that insular avian communities are linked by transmission webs of parasites having broad host specificity.
These two species were chosen as representatives of two unionid subfamilies (Lampsilinae and Anodontinae) that differ in reproductive adaptations and host specificity (Trdan and Hoeh, 1982; Waller et al.