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A new sampling technique for the study of endoparasitic nematodes of banana-tree

, : A new sampling technique for the study of endoparasitic nematodes of banana-tree. Revue de Nematologie 9(1): 95-97

A new sampling technique for the study of endoparasitic nematodes of banana, in which the root system is divided into 3 components, is described.

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