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Tesleem T. Bello, Danny L. Coyne and Hendrika Fourie

, 2011) lead to a more positive view of the role of nematodes in soil processes being adopted (Yeates, 2003). However, the importance and ecological value of terrestrial free-living nematodes have been recognised since the early 1960s (Banage, 1963). Terrestrial free-living nematode communities and their

Bart Vancoppenolle, August Coomans and Gaetan Borgonie

Nematology , 1999, Vol. 1(1), 15-18 Generation times of some free-living nematodes cultured at three temperatures Bart V ANCOPPENOLLE 1 , Gaëtan B ORGONIE 2 and August C OOMANS 1 1 Institute of Zoology, University of Gent, Ledeganckstraat 35, 9000 Gent, Belgium; 2 Max Planck Institute for

Nancy Lu and Rekha Balachandar

Nematology , 2005, Vol. 7(5), 761-766 Nutritional requirements for pantothenate, pantethine or coenzyme A in the free-living nematode Caenorhabditis elegans Rekha B ALACHANDAR ∗ and Nancy C. L U San Jose State University, Department of Nutrition and Food Science, One Washington Square, San Jose

Xiuling Liu, Li Cao, Xiaofen Liu, Richou Han and Xuehong Qiu

Nematology , 2008, Vol. 10(1), 79-85 Nutrient potential of various Xenorhabdus and Photorhabdus bacteria for a free-living nematode Panagrellus redivivus Li C AO 1 , Xuehong Q I U 1 , 2 , Xiaofen L I U 1 , Xiuling L I U 1 and Richou H AN 1 , ∗ 1 Guangdong Entomological Institute, 105 Xingang

Roland Perry, Qudsia Tahseen and Jacqueline Sheridan

Nematology , 2004, Vol. 6(1), 49-54 Electropharyngeograms of pharyngeal pumping activity in six species of free-living nematodes Qudsia T AHSEEN 1 , Jacqueline S HERIDAN 2 ; and Roland N. P ERRY 2 ; 1 Department of Zoology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh-202002,India 2 Plant Pathogen

Bianca Kreuzinger-Janik, Marvin Brinke, Walter Traunspurger and Nabil Majdi

et al. , 2014; Majdi & Traunspurger, 2015 ; Weber & Traunspurger, 2016 ). Thus, a high variability of life history traits (LHTs) can be expected in free-living nematodes to accommodate their use of various resources, whilst also serving as prey for a variety of animals. Many methods can be used to

Dmitry M. Miljutin and Maria A. Miljutina

Acantholaimus Allgén, 1933 (Chromadoridae, Nematoda) is considered to be one of the most abundant and species-rich genera of deep-sea free-living nematodes. Fifty-one Acantholaimus species have been described globally (Vanaverbeke et al. , 2016 ), although it is likely that there are many

Aad Termorshuizen, Gerard Korthals and Tim Thoden

Nematology , 2011, Vol. 13(2), 133-153 Forum article Organic amendments and their influences on plant-parasitic and free-living nematodes: a promising method for nematode management? Tim C. T HODEN 1 , ∗ , Gerard W. K ORTHALS 1 and Aad J. T ERMORSHUIZEN 2 1 Applied Plant Research PPO

A.B. Zeidan and E. Geraert

FREE-LIVING NEMATODES FROM SUDAN BY A. B. ZEIDAN and E. GERAERT Laboratorium voor Morfologie en Systematiek, K. L. Ledeganckstraat 35, B-9000 Gent, Belgium Seven species were found in ten freshwater samples from Western Sudan and two soil samples from Central Sudan. All species are much shorter

Tafesse Kefyalew Estifanos, Walter Traunspurger and Lars Peters

Caenorhabditis elegans by DeNiro and Epstein ( 1978 , 1981 ), there are no stable isotope data from laboratory studies of the food sources of free-living nematodes. Thus, in the present work we investigated the contribution of different food sources (bacteria and algae) to the diet of free-living nematodes