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Basiria graminophila n. g., n. sp., (Nematoda: Tylenchinae) found associated with grass roots in Aligarh, India.
The origin and phylogeny of the nematode orders Tylenchida Thorne, 1949 and Aphelenchida n. ord.
Helminthological Abstracts Series B
Evolution of plant parasitism in nematodes. In:
Concepts in nematode systematics. London, UK and New York, NY, USAAcademic Press pp.
Tylenchida parasites of plants and insects. Farnham Royal, UKCommonwealth Agricultural Bureaux.
Tylenchida parasites of plants and insects2nd edition. Wallingford, UKCABI Publishing.
Population changes of rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) in India, 1959 to 1965.
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