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Effect of Extraction Technique and Adding Fixative To Soil Before Storing On Recovery of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes

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The centrifugal flotation technique was more efficient than the elutriator technique in extraction of soil nematodes. The number of Macroposthonia spp. recovered by E.T. was 2.5-3.0% of those recovered by C.F.T. The fixation of nematodes in the soil prior to storage for five weeks did not change either the qualitative or quantitative conditions of nematode populations in the soil.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, Faculty of Agriculture, Ghent, Belgium


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