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2-17516 p087-104 Nemdj

  title={2-17516 p087-104 Nemdj},
  author={Jakeline Almeida Brito and Rupi Kaur and R. Cetintas and Jean-Daniel Stanley and Maria L{\'u}cia Dias Mendes and T. O. Powers and D. W. Dickson},
Brito, J. A., R. Kaur, R. Cetintas, J. D. Stanley, M. L. Mendes, T. O. Powers, and D. W. Dickson. 2010. Meloidogyne spp. infecting ornamental plants in Florida. Nematropica 40:87-103. A total of 206 root samples were collected from ornamental plants growing in ornamental nurseries and various landscapes in Florida. Isozyme phenotypes, especially esterase (EST) and malate dehydrogenase (MDH) were the main methods used to identify the root-knot nematode species. When needed, the morphology of… 

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