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Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with walnut in the Sanandej region of West Iran
In the present study, Pratylenchus delattrei, Trophurus lomus, Paratylenus similis, Geocenamus stegus, Helicotylenchu crassatus, Scutellonema brachyurus and Meloidogyne incognita were reported as new species associated with walnut in Iran.
Xiphinema species in Iranian vineyards
Grapes are an important domestic crop in Iran and are grown mainly for raisins or for the fresh market, together with a limited quantity for wine production. Over 134,000 hectares of grapevines were…
The plant nematode fauna of cultivated soil from East-Azarbaijan, Ardabil and Moghan.
- S. Barooti
New records of species of Criconematidae from Iran with description of Criconemoides decipiens sp.n. (Nematoda: Tylenchida).
Six species of Criconematidae recently found in Iran, are reviewed and C. paragoodeyi, known only from Korea so far, is recorded from Iran.
First Report of Northern Root-Knot Nematode, Meloidogyne hapla, Parasitic on Oaks, Quercus brantii and Q. infectoria in Iran.
The identification of M. hapla was confirmed by morphological and morphometric characters and amplification of D2-D3 expansion segments of 28S rRNA gene and showed 99% similarity with those of KJ755183, GQ130139, DQ328685, and KJ645428.
Longidorus iranicus n.sp. (Nematoda: Dorylaimida)
Its main features are a 5–7 mm long and rather slender body, a narrow, rounded lip region which is almost continuous with neck contour, an odontostyle length around 110 μm, a short, bluntly conoid tail.
Tylenchida associated with field crops in Tehran and central provinces of Iran.
In this study 31 species belonging to 17 genesa of the order Tylenchida were identified and the validity of Filenchus cnealis, status of Irantylenchus clavidorus and also distribution of the most economically important species were discussed.
First Report of Leipotylenchus abulbosus in Iran.
The nematodes showed typical characteristics of the genus Leipotylenchus: striated and anteriorly flattened lip region, stylet without basal knobs, didelphic gonads, four incisures in lateral fields that were areolated in the posterior portion, presence of deirids and adanal caudal alae, amphid inconspicuous in males.