Ascaris lumbricoides Henry Hallett Dale
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Zoological sketches of the large roundworm Ascaris lumbricoides. Two anatomical studies showing the human parasite nematode: structures of the female (left) and the male (right). Original studies within the Cambridge University student exercise book A notebook for practical zoology. Part 1 (Cambridge, Zoological Laboratory, 1892), p.38. Drawn within the section 'Nematoda. 1. Ascaris lumbricoides. Female dissected…Male dissected…'
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