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Si Hyeock Lee, Il Sung Moon, Jae Soon Kang, Sang Chul Shin and Sang Gil Lee

Nematology , 2009, Vol. 11(2), 289-299 Rapid and accurate prediction of the frequencies of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus and B. mucronatus in mixed nematode samples using real-time species-specific PCR Jae Soon K ANG 1 , Il Sung M OON 2 , Sang Gil L EE 3 , Sang Chul S H I N 3 and Si Hyeock L EE 1

Serge Morand

, invertebratesand vertebrates.This group is then a unique model for testing evolutionary and ecological consequences of being a parasite. I summarise some recently published studies on the evolution of life traits of nematodes. Some predictions were obtained using the framework of epidemiological modelling and were

Wim van den Berg, Johan Grasman and Walter A.H. Rossing

the fact that with (28) smaller P ini values get now a larger weight. Using (11) and (26) we obtain for the variance of a prediction of P fin at P ini = x : V ar ( P ^ fin ( x ) ) = σ ^ 1 2 N q T ( x ( s ) ) M − 1 ( ω w ( x ( s ) ) , x ( s ) ) q ( x ( s ) ) , N = r 1 + r 2 (31) with an

Corrie Schomaker and Thomas Been

. The acceptable reduction in hatching test duration was negatively correlated with the concentration of the fumigant used. Hatching tests with cysts originating from Ž eld experiments are unsuitable for prediction using a time-limited data set. Compound hatching curves were distinguishedin four of six

Katsumi Togashi and Takuya Aikawa

nematodes heading outwards was signiŽ cantly higher for beetles aged 15, 30 or 45 days than for newly-emerged beetles. The proportion of nematodes pointing outwards tended to increase with beetle age and was signiŽ cantly greater in 45-day old beetles than in newly emerged ones. A comparison of prediction

Jagadeesh Patil, Stephen J. Powers, Keith G. Davies, Hari S. Gaur and Anthony J. Miller

-test), and between time and concentration ( P < 0 . 001 , F -test). We can therefore make predictions for each of these interactions. For the first interaction, the average across the two concentrations is taken. It is seen that, irrespective of chemical, significantly ( P < 0 . 05 , LSD) greater

Mark Burke, Elizabeth H. Scholl, David McK. Bird, Jennifer E. Schaff, Steven D. Colman, Randy Crowell, Stephen Diener, Oksana Gordon, Steven Graham, Xinguo Wang, Eric Windham, Garron M. Wright and Charles H. Opperman

-based approaches. Orthology and synteny analyses were conducted using established methods. We utilised previously sequenced transcriptome data sequenced from mixed-stage P. coffeae populations to assemble contigs and used these data to aid gene predictions and explore key genes associated with parasitism

Ladislav Hanel

understood well that the results of basic research are the ground for successful application of measures to control nematode pests of agricultural crops and other branches of applied ecology. And that knowledge of interactions of nematodes and plants with environmental factors is necessary for prediction and

Richard Plowright and Daniel Coyne

, with difŽ culty experienced in establishing the effect of the other species. Damage prediction for nematodes has largely focused on initial population densities ( Pi ) (McSorley & Phillips, 1993). This can be attributed to the fact that a large pro- portion of work on nematode-plantrelationships has

terms, make this an at- tractive book. A lot of information is presented, duplica- tion is not excessive, predictions are by authoritative au- thors and the references are generally up to date. None of the categories of reader for whom the book is written should be disappointed by purchasing it. Most