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University of Karachi, Karachi-75270, 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 34(1), 2016

ISSN 0255-7576 (Print)
ISSN 2313-1942 (Online)
CODEN PJNEE 5
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E-mail: nnrc@uok.edu.pk

CONTENTS

S. No.
Description
1

Obituary

2

M. Bajestani, E. Moghadam and K. Dolatabadi
Two new records of plant nematode species from pomegranate gardens in southern Khorasan Province of Iran

3

Istkhar and A. K. Chaubey
Taxometrical and numerical characterization of an isolate of Steinernema abbasi (Elawad et al., 1997) with larger infective juveniles comprehensive from ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 region of rRNA

4

K. Nasira, S. Shamim and F. Shahina
Diversity of fresh water nematode fauna from different locations of Sindh, Pakistan

5

E. Yavuzaslanoglu, U. Gozel, C. Gozel and M. Aydogdu
Distribution of the entomopathogenic nematodes in apple growing areas of Karaman, Turkey

6

H. Ravindra, Nagarajappa Adivappar, M. Sehgal, D. M. Soumya and H. B. Narasimhamurthy
Root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne spp.) on coriander under shade net condition from Karnataka, India

7

R. Singh and R. Z. Sayyed
Histochemical alterations of various metabolites and their localization in Luffa cylindrica rootsinfected with Meloidogyne incognita

8

D. A. Darban, S. R. Gowen, B. Pembroke and F. Hussain
Influence of different initial spore concentrations of Pasteuria penetrans on the infection of root-knot nematodes over three host crop cycles

9

A. M. Rahoo, T. Mukhtar, S. R. Gowen, B. Pembroke and M. A. Rahu
Emergence of Steinernema feltiae from infected Galleria mellonella cadavers in moist and dry conditions

10

M. M. A. Youssef and W. M. A. El-Nagdi
Effect of sugar beet as a trap crop on the population density of Meloidogyne incognita infecting subsequent common dry bean

11

A.M. Khan, S. Naz and M. Abid
Evaluation of marine red alga Melanothamnus afaqhusainiifor against Meloidogyne incognita, fungus and as fertilizing potential on okra

12

A. Jabbar, N. Javed, A. Munir, S. A. Khan and H. Abbas
New host record of root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne graminicola) in Pakistan

13

Book review

 

 
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