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Jr. WHYongue, Jr. JCairns.  1973.  Long term exposure of artificial substrates to colonization by protozoans. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 81:115-119.
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Jr. JCairns, Dickson KL, Jr. WHYongue.  1971.  The consequences of nonselective periodic removal of portions of fresh-water protozoan communities. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 90:71-80.
Jr. WHYongue.  1965.  A condition in blood cells of Natrix with reference to Cytamoeba and Toddia. II. Mechanical transmission. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 81
Jr. WHYongue.  1964.  A condition in blood cells of Natrix with reference to Cytamoeba and Toddia. I. Description. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 80(2)
Henebry MS, Jr. JCairns, Schwintzer CR, Jr. WHYongue.  1981.  A comparison of vascular vegetation and protozoan communities in some freshwater wetlands of northern lower Michigan. Hydrobiologia. 83:353-375.
Jr. WHYongue, Jr. JCairns, Jr. HBoatin.  1973.  A comparison of fresh-water protozoan communities in geographically proximate but chemically dissimilar bodies of water. Archiv fur Protistenkunde. 115:154-161.
Jr. WHYongue, Jr. JCairns.  1976.  A comparison between numbers and kinds of freshwater protozoans colonizing autoclaved and unautoclaved polyurethane substrates. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 31:750-753.
Jr. WHYongue, Jr. JCairns.  1971.  Colonization of polyurethane substrates by fresh-water protozoans. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 87:71-72.
Jr. JCairns, Plafkin JL, Jr. WHYongue, Kaesler RL.  1976.  Colonization of artificial substrates by protozoa: replicated samples. Archiv fur Protistenkunde. 118:259-267.
Jr. JCairns, Jr. WHYongue.  1966.  A checklist of the fresh-water protozoa of the Douglas Lake region, Michigan. Notulae Naturae of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 383:1-10.
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Jr. WHYongue.  1966.  Amebae in forty-eight hours. The American Biological Teacher. 28:108-111.