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Ecology of the Acanthocephala,1107405300,9781107405301
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Ecology of the Acanthocep ...

C. R. Kennedy, ...

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Biology of the Acanthocephala,0521105110,9780521105118

Biology of the Acanthocep ...

D. W. T. Crompt ...

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Acanthocephala Vol. 5

Acanthocephala Vol. 5

Satyu Yamaguti

Acanthocephala, Aschelminthes, and Entroprocta The Pseudocoelomate Belateria Vol. 3

Acanthocephala, Aschelmin ...

Libbi Henrietta ...

A Catalogue of New Taxa Described by the Scientists of the Zoological Survey of India During 1916-1991 1st Edition,818587493X,9788185874937
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A Catalogue of New Taxa D ...

Amalendu Das, T ...

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Fish Diseases 2 Vols.,1578084385,9781578084388

Fish Diseases 2 Vols.

Jorge Eiras, He ...

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Textbook of Invertebrate Zoology Vol. 2 1st Edition

Textbook of Invertebrate ...

G.S. Sandhu, Ha ...

Recent Advances in Fish Ecology, Limnology and Eco-Conservation, Vol. V 1st Published,8187067276,9788187067276
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Recent Advances in Fish E ...

 

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About Acanthocephala Books

Acanthocephala also called spiny-headed worm is any of various worms of the phylum Acanthocephala that live parasitically in the intestines of vertebrates and are characterized by a cylindrical, retractile proboscis that bears many rows of hooked spines..
Explore in our Acanthocephala books section a wide range of books on Acanthocephala- a phylum of parasitic worms. This splendid collection of Acanthocephala books educate on functional morphology, feeding, nutrition, metabolism, reproduction, embryology, relation to change in eco system, development, epizootiology, life cycle, transmission and much more. Know more about biology and ecology of Acanthocephala . We have books published in Europe, South Asia, South East Asia, North America.
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Acanthocephalans lack a mouth or alimentary canal. Adult stages live in the intestines of their host and uptake nutrients which have been digested by the host, directly, through their body surface.