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Tylenchida associated with field crops in Tehran and central provinces of Iran.

  title={Tylenchida associated with field crops in Tehran and central provinces of Iran.},
  author={Ahmad Kheiri and Shapour Barooti and Hoda Karimipour},
  volume={67 3},
On a survey of plant parasitic nematodes, belonging to the order Tylenchida, about 500 soil and root samples were collected from different field crops, such as wheat, barley, tomato, potato, corn, beets, eggplants, cuccumber, melon and also other crops cultivated in Tehran and Central Provinces during 1995-2000. All samples were washed and the nematodes were extracted by Centrifugal Flotation Technique. They were fixed and transferred to glycerin, then permanent slides were mounted… 
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