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Nematodes associated with weeds in the region of Jaboticabal. Second report

, : Nematodes associated with weeds in the region of Jaboticabal. Second report. Planta Daninha 5(1): 1-5

Soil collected from the rhizosphere and roots of 19 weed species was examined for nematodes of which 11 species were identified; these are listed together with the species on which they were found. Aphelenchus sp. and Aphelenchoides sp. were not included, although both species were represented, because their ability to live off soil microorganisms means that they are not typical parasites of a given plant species.

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