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left-handed strains PS1158 and PS2160 are identiŽ ed as Acrobeloides bodenheimeri , and the right-handed strain PS2052 as A. camberenensis , which is re-instated as a valid species. A. bodenheimeri and its relatives exhibit various types of diagnostic and taxonomic problems at species level, and it is

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phylogenetic history, but is also linked to body diameter. In the larger Acrobeloides maximus , the proximal end of the ovary sheath is adorned with 12 distinct longitudinal bands, antibody binding positively for paramyosin, while in the smaller Cephalobus cubaensis myofilament organisation is at random

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., 2013 ). Members of Acrobeloides Cobb, 1924 , which belong to the Cephalobidae, are also bacterial feeders and have been recorded from various terrestrial environments such as highlands (Boström, 1993a), agricultural land (Steiner, 1938 ; Pervez, 2011 ), forests (Háněl, 1999 ) and sand dunes

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ciliate Tetrahymena pyriformis (King et al. , 1998) and in Tetrahymena released vesicles (Brandl et al. , 2005), which conferred on these bacteria a greater tolerance to disinfectants. This study employs Acrobeloides buetschlii , a common species of bacterial-feeding Cephalobidae, with a

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Chiloplacus Thorne, 1937 species in having low non-bifurcate labial probolae…” Also in 1990 , De Ley et al. studied several cephalobs from Senegal, among them Cephalobus camberenensis De Ley, Geraert & Coomans, 1990 , collected in a marginal, nutrient-poor soil. In re-describing Acrobeloides

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Nematology , 2006, Vol. 8(6), 819-836 Molecular phylogeny of Acrobeloides and Cephalobus (Nematoda: Cephalobidae) reveals paraphyletic taxa and recurrent evolution of simple labial morphology Ashleigh B. S MYTHE ∗ and Steven A. N ADLER Department of Nematology, University of California, Davis

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Nematology , 2001, Vol. 3(8), 759-766 Life history studies of the hermaphrodite nematode Acrobeloides sp. with Pseudomonas cepacia as a food source on agar Eeva K. I KONEN ¤ University of Helsinki, Department of Ecology and Systematics, P.O. Box 17, 00014 Helsinki, Finland Received: 20 May 1999

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REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOUR OF ACROBELOIDES SP. BY M. SHAMIM JAIRAJPURI and MUJIB I. AZMI Section of Nematology, Department of Zoology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh-202001, India There is an inherent tendency for attraction between adults and juveniles of Acrobeloides sp. resulting in their

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ÜBER DIE EIGNUNG VON ACROBELOIDES BUETSCHLII (CEPHALOBIDAE) FÜR NEMATOLOGISCHE LABORUNTERSUCHUNGEN VON FRANZ FREY Institut für Pflanzenkrankheiten der Universität Bonn, 53 Bonn, Nussallee 9, Deutschland Nematoden der Art Acrobeloides buetschlii (Cephalobidae) erwiesen sich als geeignet für nema

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146 SHORT COMMUNICATIONS F. FREY 1) : Effects o f the herbicide aminotriazole on the nematode Acro- beloides buetschlii in culture. Frey (1976) reported the effects of several herbicides on Acrobeloide.r buet- _rchlii (de Man) a nonparasitic freeliving nematode common in soil and which has been

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