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Login via Institution. Authors: Khuong Nguyen and David Hunt. The volume deals with morphology, taxonomy and systematics of entomopathogenic nematodes EPN in the families Steinernematidae and Heterorhabditidae and bacteria associated with these nematodes.
In the first part, history, taxonomic status, family and genus definitions of EPN are mentioned. In the second part, all useful aspects of morphology and methodology of EPN are mentioned with illustrations and SEM photographs and instructions on how to make the measurements, and how to use them in taxonomic work. A polychotomous key with SEM photographs and illustrations is provided. In the third part, full descriptions of all species are presented with latest information about each species.
In the fourth part, molecular and phylogenetic methods for working with EPN are presented, including the latest information and instructions on how to use molecular data in taxonomic work. In the last part, bacteria associated with this group of nematodes are discussed in the context of the latest information about methodology, biology and taxon.
E-Book PDF. Prices from excl. VAT :. View PDF Flyer. Contents About. By: K. Nguyen and D. By: David J. Pages: 27— By: Khuong B. Pages: 59— Nguyen , David J. Hunt , Khuong B. Pages: — Nguyen and David J.
By: Byron J. Adams , Scott M. Peat and Adler R. By: Heather S. Biographical Note Khuong B. Nguyen, Ph. He has published extensively in Taxonomy of insect parasitic nematodes. He has described 15 species and one genus of nematodes. David J. Hunt, Ph. He is Editor-in-Chief of Nematology and has published extensively on the taxonomy of plant-parasitic and arthropod-parasitic nematodes, describing over new species and 17 new genera. This book will influence studies of entomopathogenic nematodes for years ahead.
Those interested in Nematology, Entomology, Zoology, Insect parasitology, Plant protection, Extension, molecular taxonomy, classical taxonomy. Subjects Biology Nematology. Biology E-Books Online, Collection Terms and Conditions Privacy Statement Accessibility.
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Entomopathogenic Nematodes: Systematics, Phylogeny and Bacterial Symbionts
The book provides monumental information to help identify these entomopathogenic nematodes and use them as biocontrol agents. Entomopathogenic Nematodes: Systematics, Phylogeny and Bacterial Symbionts deals with morphology, taxonomy, and systematics of entomopathogenic nematodes EPN in the families Steinernematidae and Heterorhabditidae and bacteria associated with these nematodes. The first part of the book covers history, taxonomic status, family, and genus definitions of Entomopathogenic Nematodes EPN. The next section include many useful aspects of morphology and methodology of EPN with illustrations and SEM photographs. Also included are instructions on how to make the measurements and how to use them in taxonomic work. A polychotomous key with scanning electron microscope SEM photographs and illustrations is provided. In the third part, full descriptions of all species are presented with the latest information about each species.
Nematology Monographs and Perspectives, Volume 5. Series Editors: David J. Hunt and Roland N. Perry ". Written Paper. Entomopathogenic nematodes: systematics, phylogeny and bacterial symbionts.