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1. Atlas on ultrastructure of infective juveniles of the soybean cyst nematode, heterodera glycines (id:CAT10859206)

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2. Population density relationships between hymenopterous parasites and their aphid hosts : a theoretical study (id:CAT87201403)

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3. Early developmental stages of nematodes occurring in swine (id:CAT86200483)

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4. The biology of Cremastus flavoorbitalis (Cameron), an ichneumonid parasite of the European corn borer (id:CAT86200435)

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5. Studies of Exeristes roborator (Fab.), a parasite of the European corn borer in the Lake Erie area (id:CAT86200454)

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6. Biology of Brachymeria fonscolombei (Dufour), a hymenopterous parasite of blowfly larvae (id:CAT86200359)

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7. The serphoid and chalcidoid parasites of the hessian fly (id:CAT87206506)

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8. Biology of some Japanese and Chosenese grub parasites (Scoliidae) (id:CAT86200302)

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9. Phaeogenes nigridens Wesmael, an important ichneumonid parasite of the pupa of the European corn borer (id:CAT86200325)

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10. Susceptibility and resistance of berberis and related genera to Puccinia graminis (id:CAT86200294)

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11. The biology and morphology of the braconid Chelonus annulipes Wesm., a parasite of the European corn borer (id:CAT86200288)

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12. Macrocentrus gifuensis Ashmead : a polyembryonic braconid parasite in the European corn borer (id:CAT86200224)

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13. Imported parasites of the European corn borer in America (id:CAT90913267)

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14. Parasites of the pink bollworm in Hawaii (id:CAT86200016)

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15. Some unusual host relations of the Texas fever tick (id:5420874)