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. Phylogenetic analysis of the new species, based on the 18S rDNA sequence, supports the inclusion of this new species in the B. hylobianum -group sensu Braasch. Sequence analysis of the 28S rDNA D2/D3 domain did not place the new species in a definite group. Keywords – cross-breeding, ITS-RFLP, morphology

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NURSING BEHAVIOR IN INFANT MONKEYS: A SEQUENCE ANALYSIS by GORDON D. JENSEN, BETTY N. GORDON and JACLYN WOLFHEIM1) (Division of Mental Health, University of California, Davis, Calif., and Regional Primate Research Center, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash., USA) (With 8 Figures) (Rec. 30

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richness, sequence analysis. Nematodes are biologically diverse and versatile, oc- cupying an enormous range of habitats and displaying a fascinating array of lifestyles. Some classical examples include: Aphelenchoides and Monhystera species occur- ring in hot springs at temperatures exceeding 50 ° C ( e

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en fait une troisième espèce, plus proche de A. camberenensis que de A. bodenheimeri . Keywords – Acrobeloides , Cephalobus , rDNA, SEM, sequence analysis, species concept, taxonomy. Nematodes of the order Rhabditida typically have the anterior branch of the reproductive system, as well as some other

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characters of the infective juveniles and males. Keywords – description, ITS-rDNA, morphology, morphometrics, phylogeny, sequence analysis, taxonomy. Currently, nearly 50 valid species of the genus Steiner- nema have been described worldwide and these have been divided into five groups according to their

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morphological features was performed with six qualitative and three quantitative features. Keywords – Entomopathogenic nematodes, ITS, PCR, rDNA, sequence analysis, Steinernematidae. The genus Steinernema Travassos, 1927 is the most intensively studied group of nematodes associated with insects. Although only

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the family. Keywords – 28S rRNA, free-living nematodes, morphology, probolae, sequence analysis, taxonomy. The nematode suborder Cephalobina Andrássy, 1974 (Rhabditida) contains approximately 275 nominal species and displays tremendous morphological and ecological diversity. Cephalobina includes

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Nematology , 2010, Vol. 12(4), 631-640 Comparative morphometrics and ribosomal DNA sequence analysis of Longidorus orientalis Loof, 1983 (Nematoda: Longidoridae) from Spain and Iran Juan E. P ALOMARES -R I U S 1 , Blanca B. L ANDA 1 , Zahra T ANHA M AAFI 2 , David J. H UNT 3 and Pablo C ASTILLO

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sequence places it close to B. antoniae and other species of the abietinus- group. Keywords – ITS-RFLP, molecular, morphology, morphometrics, phylogeny, SEM, sequence analysis, taxonomy. With booming international trade in China, the threat of introducing non-indigenous nematode diseases via

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Industries, Knoxfield Centre, 621 Burwood HWY, Knoxfield 3180, Victoria, Australia Received: 12 June 2007; revised: 3 December 2007 Accepted for publication: 3 December 2007 Summary – PCR (conventional and real-time) and DNA sequence analysis were used to identify species and genotypes of potato cyst

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