Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of Nematology, 8-13 June 2002, Tenerife, Spain

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Papers from a June 2002 meeting shed light on recent research in the management of nematode crop pests, plant breeding for resistance, nematode interactions with plants, nematode interactions with other organisms, nematode ecology, aspects of nematode biology, marine and freshwater nematodes, and the pine wood nematode. Some specific subjects examined include nematodes as mutualists, cell cycle genes as markers to study the ontogeny of nematode feeding sites in plant roots, biosystematics of entomopathogenic nematodes, and nematode diversity in Costa Rican conservations areas. Other topics include non-chemical control of root-knot nematodes, nematode management in subsistence farming systems in Mexico, and molecular markers for resistance to cyst nematodes in potatoes. There is no subject index. Annotation © 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Introduction and sponsors
Management of nematode crop pests, Precision Agriculture and GPS, Global comparative nematode management, Nematode management in subsistence farming, Quarantine nematodes, Organic amendments for the management of plant, parasitic nematodes
Marketable biological control agents for plant parasitic, nematodes, Molecular Diagnostics
Plant breeding for resistance, Resistance breeding against sedentary nematodes, Resistance breeding against non sedentary nematodes
Nematode interactions with plants, Compatible parasitic interactions, Incompatible parasitic interactions
Nematode interactions with other organisms, Nematodes as mutualists, Current trends and future directions in entomopathogenic nematode research
Nematode ecology, Diversity and indicators, Food webs
Aspects of nematode biology, Parasitism in Nematoda, Nematode phylogeny, evolution and classification, Morphology and development, Sensory response and behaviour
Marine and freshwater nematodes
Pine wood nematode
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