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The identification of rice root nematodes in a Guangzhou suburb






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The identification of rice root nematodes in a Guangzhou suburb

In 1974-1981, 30 samples of rice root nematodes at Guangzhou, China were identified as Hirschmanniella gracilis, H. mucronata, H. oryzae and H. thornei.


Accession: 001709786



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