|Contribution||Infected foxes with Taenia pisiformis by feeding them Cysticercus pisiformis from rabbit.|
|Notes||G. Friedrich H. Kuchenmeister. A major breakthrough in helminth life-cycles. Kuchenmeister called the strobilate form Taenia crassipes [not crassiceps]. He published a preliminary note for the stated purpose of establishing priority as well as advancing the subject. Counts as "causation" in present context only if tapeworm infection is seen as "disease." As a physician, Kuchenmeister probably did so see it, but the contribution could be classified as Miscellaneous or Causation.|
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