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National Nematological Research Centre
University of Karachi, Pakistan
National Nematological Research Centre University of Karachi, Pakistan***** Pakistan Journal of Nematology (A biannual publication of Pakistan Society of Nematologists)
 
PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF NEMATOLOGY
VOLUME 23, NO. 2, JULY, 2005
CONTENTS
S. No.
Description
1
K. NASIRA, I. ERUM and F. SHAHINA - Description of Tylencholaimus Cynodonti n. sp. with observation on four known species (Nematoda: Dorylaimida)
2
A.N. MAHAR, D.A.DARBAN, M. MUNIR, A.Q. MAHAR, S.R. GOWEN and N.G.M. HAGUE -Pathogenicity of bacterium Pseudomonas putida from entomopathogenic nematode(Steinernema abbasi) and its secretion against Galleria mellonella larvae
3
A.E. ISMAIL and W.M.A. EL-NAGDI - Evaluation of some biocides and latex-bearing plants for controlling the reniformis nematode Rotylenchulus reniformis on chamomile Matricaria chamomilla
4
A.Y. EL-GINDI, A.O. HAMIDA, M.M. YOUSEEF, H.A. AMEEN and M.L. ASMAHAN -Evaluation of the nematicidal effects of some aqueous and volatile oil extracts of some plants on the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita
5
T. AL-AZZEH and W.A. GHARBIEH - Factors related to seasonal changes in numbers ofTylenchulus semipenetrans in the Jordan valley
6
R. HUSSAIN, T. MUKHTAR and R. AHMAD - Screening of some sunflower cultivars againstMeloidogyne incognita root knot nematode and its chemical control
7
A. MITTAL and B.K. GOSWAMI - Interaction of Meloidogyne incognita, root- knot nematode of tomato and soil fungi
8
A.E. ISMAIL and W.M.A. EL-NAGDI - Vertical and horizontal distribution of the nematodes associated with Matricaria chamomilla and Jasminum grandiflorum under flood irrigation system in Egypt
9
S. GHOSH and M.R. KHAN - Intra-specific variations in Rotylenchulus reniformis from Eastern India
10
U. GĂ–ZEL and I.H. ELECKCIOGLU - Effect of managing plant parasitic nematodes on growth of wheat varieties in East Mediterranean region of Turkey
11
M.M.A. YOUSSEF and W.M.A. EL-NAGDI - Cellular alterations in black mulberry roots following infection by Meloidogyne incognita and  Rotylenchulus reniformis
12
M.S. ASHRAF, T.A. KHAN and S. NISAR - Integrated management of reniformis nematode Rotylenchulus reniformis infecting okra by oil cakes and biocontrol agentPaecilomyces lilacinus
13
M.A. IQBAL, T. MUKHTAR, R. AHMAD and H.U. KHAN - Relative susceptibility / resistance of citrus rootstocks to citrus nematode (Tylenchulus semipenetrans)
14
A.E. ISMAIL, S.A. HASABO, W.M.A. EL-NAGDI and M.M. FADEL - Efficacy of native isolates of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Trichoderma harzianum and T. ressei in the bio control of Meloidogyne incognita and Rotylenchulus reniformis on jasmine in comparison to nematicide vydate under flood irrigation regime in Egypt
15
W.M.A EL-NAGDI and S.A. HASABO - Variability in reproduction and development ofMeloidogyne incognita on some tobacco cultivars and cellular alterations of the infected plants
16
A.W. AMIN - Nematicidal activity of some essential oils of plants of families Apiaceae and Lamiaceae on Meloidogyne incognita and Rotylenchulus reniformis infecting cowpea
17
N. JAVED, M. INAM UL-HAQ and H.U. KHAN - New host records root-knot nematodes(Meloidogyne species) in Pakistan
18
A. GHAFFAR - Nematode Behavior, Book Review

 

 
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