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A revision of the genus Rotylenchulus Linford and Oliveira, 1940 (Nematoda: Tylenchidae).
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This chapter discusses mermithid nematode parasitism of Aedes stimulans (Walker) (Diptera: Culicidae) from Ingham County, Michigan, and some morphological and physiological character s of the mermithids in their relationshi p to parasitism. Expand
Revision of the Genus Paratylenchus Micoletzky, 1922 and Descriptions of New Species. Part II of Three Parts.
  • D. Raski
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of nematology
  • 15 January 1975
Part II covers species with average female stylet length of 22-38 mum. Seven new species are described and further observations are given on 12 other species. A key to the species covered in Parts IExpand
Interactions Between Mycorrhizal Fungi, Soil Fumigation, and Growth of Grapes in California
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Grapevines from all 18 vineyards sampled throughout the grape-growing regions of California were heavily mycorrhizal from natural infestations, and field fumigation with methyl bromide may severely stunt growth of grape vines. Expand
A Reappraisal of Tylenchina (Nemata) 1. For a New Approach to the Taxonomy of Tylenchina
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This paper presents a meta-nematology analysis of the response of the immune system to the presence of carbon dioxide in the environment and shows clear patterns of decline in the immune systems of mice over time. Expand
Review of the Genus Filenchus Andrassy, 1954 and Descriptions of Six New Species (Nemata: Tylenchidae)
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Close interrelationships indicate congeneric status of Ottolenchus Husain & Khan, 1965; Dactylotylenchus Wu, 1968; Lambertia Brzeski, 1977; Duosulcius Siddiqi, 1979; Zanenchus SiddiqI, 1979 and Discotylenus SiddIQi, 1980 with Filenchus and are synonymized withfilenchus. Expand
Revision of the genus paratylenchus micoletzky, 1922, and descriptions of new species. Part I of 3 parts.
  • D. Raski
  • Medicine
  • Journal of nematology
  • 1975
A revision of part of the genus Paratylenchus is reported covering those species with stylets averaging < 22 mum. Thirteen new species are described and further observations are given on theExpand
Revision of the genus Paratylenchus Micoletzky, 1922 and descriptions of new species. Part III of three parts-Gracilacus.
  • D. Raski
  • Medicine
  • Journal of nematology
  • 1976
Part III covers species with female stylet length >41 microm which are considered by this author to comprise the genus Gracilacus Raski, 1962. Seven new species of Gracilacus are described andExpand
A reappraisal of Tylenchina ( Nemata ) : 10. The superfamily Criconematoidea Taylor, 1936
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Criconematina is reviewed and proposed at superfamily rank only, Cric onematoidea, with two families : CricOnematidae with two subfamilies and Tylenchulidae, with three subfam families (Tylenchulae, Paratylenchinae, tylenchocricon ematinae), and Hemicycliophorinae withTwo genera are recognized. Expand
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