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  • 959 Nematode Genomes - Collaborative wiki which collates information on completed, ongoing and planned genome and transcriptome sequencing projects on species from the phylum Nematoda.
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  • Angiostrongyliasis - Information on the nematode, Angiostrongylus cantonensis, which can cause meningitis, and diagrams and information on its life cycle.
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  • Anguillicola crassus - Information from Wikipedia on this nematode that lives in the swimbladders of eels, and the life cycle of the parasite.
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  • Anisakiasis - Information on the nematodes, Anisakis simplex and Pseudoterranova decipiens, which can infect humans who eat raw fish, with diagrams and information on their life cycle.
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  • Anisakis simplex - Research project on this marine parasitic nematode by Rachel Nelson at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse.
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  • The Big Red Worm - Photographs and information on these parasitic organisms, Eustrongylides ignotus and Eustrogylides tubifex.
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  • Brainworm Nematode: Parelaphostrongylus tenuis - Photographs and information on this parasitic organism and its life cycle.
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  • Caenorhabditis elegans Movies - Links to films showing the growth and development of C. elegans from researchers worldwide, housed in the laboratory of Bob Goldstein at UNC Chapel Hill.
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  • Chromadoroidea Key - Provides an illustrated key to the genera of free-living marine nematodes in this superfamily.
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  • Dirofilaria immitis - Greg Eddy provides information on the Dog Heartworm, its classification, adaptation, habitat, nutrition, reproduction and interaction with its host.
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  • Dirofilaria immitis - Nematode transcriptome analyses of the dog heartworm.
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  • Ditylenchus destructor - Illustration and description of the Potato Rot Nematode, its biology, distribution within the former USSR, ecology and economic significance.
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  • Dracunculiasis - Information on the nematode Dracunculus medinensis which can infect humans and cause guinea worm disease, with a diagram and information on its life cycle.
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  • Dynamic Development - Embryonic development is described with links to illustrated movies.
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  • Entomopathogenic nematode - Information from Wikipedia on these roundworms that are lethal insect parasitoids, and some of which are used in the biological control of insect populations.
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  • Gnathostomiasis - Information on the nematodes Gnathostoma spinigerum and Gnathostoma hispidum which can infect vertebrates, with a diagram and information on their life cycle.
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  • Hammerschmidtiella diesingi - Photographic study by Walter Dioni on this and other nematodes found living in a cockroach with many detailed images.
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  • Heartworm - Information from Wikipedia on this parasitic nematode, Dirofilaria immitis, which is spread by mosquitoes.
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  • Helminth Taxonomy: Phylum Nematoda - The Schistosomiasis Research Group at Cambridge University provides information on the classification and taxonomy of nematodes, their lifecycles and some important parasitic groups.
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  • Hookworm - Information on the nematodes Ancylostoma duodenale and Necator americanus which can invade and parasatize humans, and a diagram and information on their life cycle.
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  • Longevity and Ageing in Parasitic and Free-living Nematodes - Paper by David Gems examining the great variability in ageing patterns observed in different nematode species. [PDF]
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  • Mactode Publications - Offers educational resources on CD-ROM about nematodes, plant-parasitic insects, and disease-causing fungi.
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  • Max Planck Institute for Biotechnology - The Streit Lab studies spatiotemporal control of homeotic genes in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
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  • Nemaplex - The Nematode-Plant Expert Information System, a virtual encyclopedia on soil and plant nematodes, developed and maintained at the University of California, Davis.
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  • Nematoda: Roundworms - Phylogenetic information from the Tree of Life Web Project.
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  • Nematode Examples - Information on roundworms that infect humans, Ascaris lumbricoides, Enterobius vermicularis, Trichinella spiralis, Necator americanus and Ancylostoma duodenale, their morphology, life cycle and the pathology of the infections caused.
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  • Nematode Species List - Nematodes listed alphabetically by genera.
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  • Nematodes: Basic Lifecycle - University of Cambridge Schistosomiasis Research Group provides information on the common features of this large and diverse group.
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  • Phylum Nematoda - Bilaterally symmetrical, worm-like organisms.
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  • Phylum Nematoda - An introduction to the roundworms. Includes characteristics, ecology, anatomy, classification and information on the species that parasatise humans.
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  • Plant and Insect Parasitic Nematodes - A mass of information on nematodes, their study, surveys, agricultural issues, identification and systematics.
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  • Predatory Nematode: Mononchus - Photographs and information on these non-parasitic organisms.
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  • Society of Nematologists - An international organization formed to advance the science of Nematology.
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  • Soil Inhabiting Nematodes - Introduction to soil nematodes, their classification, feeding habits, place in the community and function in the decomposition process, with an anatomical diagram of a typical plant parasitic species.
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  • Strongyloidiasis - Information on the nematode Strongyloides stercoralis which can infect humans, and a diagram and information on its complex life cycle.
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  • Trichinella spiralis - Research project by Andrew Maiers at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse.
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  • Trypanosomiasis, American - Information on Trypanosoma cruzi, the causal agent of Chagas disease which is transmitted by blood-sucking triatomine bugs, with diagrams and information on the life cycle of the parasite.
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  • Wormatlas: Caenorhabditis elegans - A database of behavioral and structural anatomy.
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