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  • Description of the larva of Epigomphus crepidus Kennedy, 1936 (Odonata: Gomphidae). [Letter]
    Zootaxa 2015; 4027(4):587-92Novelo-Gutiérrez R, Gómez-Anaya JA, Smith-Gómez SA
  • The larva of Epigomphus crepidus Kennedy is described and figured and compared with other described congeners. It is characterized by 3rd antennomere spindle-shaped, flattened dorso-ventrally, twice longer than its widest part; ventral pad of hypopharynx pentagonal; prementum subrectangular, with lateral margins slightly convex on apical 0.60; ligula very poorly developed, with a ventral row of n…
  • A mechanism of association of lactobacilli with the rat stomach epithelium. [Journal Article]
    Zentralbl Bakteriol Mikrobiol Hyg A 1982; 252(1):9-16Lorenz A, Grütte FK, … Sanders U
  • The stomach wall of the rat is colonised by a dominant lactobacilli flora. The bacteria are localised mainly on the squamous epithelium (Table 1). They adhere tightly, covering the whole surface of the squamous epithelium (Fig. 1). On the secreting epithelium yeasts and bacteria were found only in connection with mucus (Fig. 2). In the present paper a mechanism of adhesion will be discussed. Pili…
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