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Nematology: Advances and Perspectives Vol 1: Nematode Morphology, Physiology and Ecology

Edited by Z X Chen, S Y Chen, D W Dickson 
CABI  June 2004  



Hardback  640 pp  ISBN 9780851996455      £120.00
Nematodes are the most abundant and diversified group in the animal kingdom, with four out of five animals on earth being nematodes. Nematology was first recognised as an independent discipline during the early part of the century and since that time has made unparalleled advances to become an integral part of biological sciences.

Written as two volumes, this title provides a broad overview of our current knowledge of nematology. The first volume addresses basic biology, while the second volume covers applied aspects of nematodes as parasites of plants, humans and other animals, or as disease vectors, and the control of pest nematodes. The contributors to this work include the world's leading authorities from Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, New Zealand, UK and USA. It will provide essential reading for researchers and students with an interest in nematology.

Readership: Invertebrate zoology, ecology and crop protection

Contents

  • Plant diseases caused by nematodes, R H M Lopez, K Evans, Rothamsted Research, UK and J Bridge, CABI Bioscience, UK
  • Virus vectors, D J F Brown, Scottish Crop Research Institute, UK, J Zheng and X Zhou
  • Physiological interactions between nematodes and their host plants, H Melakeberhan, Michigan State University, USA
  • Insect Parasitic Nematodes, K B Nguyen and G C Smart, Jr., University of Florida, USA
  • Resistance to plant-parasitic nematodes, J L Starr, Texas A & M University, USA and P A Roberts
  • Crop rotation and other cultural practices, J M Halbrendt, Fruit Research and Ext. Center, Pennsylvania, USA and J A LaMondia, The Connecticut Ag. Expt. Station, Connecticut
  • Use of antagonistic plants and natural products, S Ferraz, Universidad Federal de Vicosa, Brazil
  • Biological control with fungal antagonists, S Chen and D W Dickson
  • Biological control of nematodes by bacterial antagonists, Z X Chen and D W Dickson
  • Biological control of insects and other invertebrates with nematodes, H Kaya and A Koppenhofer, University of California - Davis, USA
  • Cost-benefits of nematode management through regulatory programs, P S Lehman, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Gainesville, Florida, USA
  • Nematicides: Past and present uses, J R Rich, University of Florida, Quincy, USA, R A Dunn and J W Noling
  • Irradiation effects on plant-parasitic nematodes, D W Dickson
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