Invertebrates → Helminthes, Annelida
Organizations relating to Helminthes, Annelida
Nematological Society of Southern Africa / Potchefstroom, South Africa / Est. 1972
Australasian Association of Nematologists / Glen Osmond, Australia / Est. 1989
International Polychaetology Association / Cardiff, UK / Est. 1986
Society of Nematologists / Mesilla NM, USA / Est. 1961
Organization of Nematologists of Tropical America / Gainesville FL, USA / Est. 1967
European Society of Nematologists / Schwentinental, Germany / Est. 1955
Afro-Asian Society of Nematologists / Shibin El-Kom, Egypt / Est. 1990
International Bryozoology Association / Christchurch, New Zealand / Est. 1965
International Federation of Nematology Societies / Parlier CA, USA / Est. 1996
European Society of Dirofilariosis and Angiostrongylosis / Est. 2009
Children Without Worms / Decatur GA, USA / Est. 2006
World Problems relating to Helminthes, AnnelidaFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Threatened species of Aschelminthes
Worms as vectors of animal diseases
Nematoid plant diseases
Screw-worm flies as pests
Teredos as pests
Tapeworm as a parasite
Threatened species of Hemichordata
Wireworms as pests
Action Strategies relating to Helminthes, AnnelidaFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Conserving endangered species of aschelminthes
Studying worms as vectors of animal diseases
Studying nematoid plant diseases
Eliminating guinea worm disease
Conserving species of endangered worms
Conserving endangered species of annelida
Conserving rare flatworms
Reducing prevalence of schistosomiasis
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