Vol. 11, No. 1 (January 1979)

Table of Contents


Peroxidase Isozymes from Meloidogyne spp. and Their Origin PDF
J. L. Starr 1-4
Morphological Comparison of Second-Stage Juveniles of Six Populations of Meloidogyne hapla by SEM PDF
J. D. Eisenback and Hedwig Hirschmann 5-15
Gall Formation on Cirsium arvense by Ditylenchus dipsaci PDF
A. K. Watson and J. D. Shorthouse 16-22
The Effects of Temperature on Pratylenchus scribneri and P. alleni Populations on Soybeans and Tomatoes PDF
O. J. Dickerson 23-26
Relative Tolerance of Selected Soybean Cultivars to Hoplolaimus columbus and Possible Effects of Soil Temperature PDF
A. P. Nyczepir and S. A. Lewis 27-31
Effects of DCPA, EPTC, and Chlorpropham on Pathogenicity of Meloidogyne hapla to Alfalfa PDF
G. D. Griffin and J. L. Anderson 32-36
Control of Meloidogyne javanica and M. arenaria on kenaf and roselle with genetic resistance and nematicides PDF
N. A. Minton and W. C. Adamson 37-41
Residues of Aldicarb and its Oxides in Beta vulgaris L. and Systemic Control of Heterodera schachtii PDF
Arnold E. Steele 42-46
Meloidogyne megatyla n. sp. a Root-Knot Nematode from Loblolly Pine PDF
J. G. Baldwin and J. N. Sasser 47-55
Helicotylenchus oleae n. sp. and H. neopaxilli n. sp. (Hoplolaimidae), Two New Spiral Nematodes Parasitic on Olive Trees in Italy PDF
R. N. Inserra, N. Vovlas, and A. Morgan Golden 56-61
The Influence of Temperature on Meloidogyne incognita on Soybean PDF
John F. Nardacci and K. R. Barker 62-69
Proleptonchoides southindiae n. gen., n. sp., a New Leptonchoid from South India PDF
V. R. Ferris, C. G. Goseco, and A. C. Kumar 70-72
Behavioral Response of Nothanguina phyllobia to Selected Plant Species PDF
A. F. Robinson, C. C. Orr, and J. R. Abernathy 73-77
Effect of Oryzalin and 1,1-Dimethylpiperidinium Chloride on Cotton and Tomato Roots Infected with the Root-knot Nematode, Meloidogyne incognita PDF
T. V. Orum, P. G. Bartels, and M. A. McClure 78-83
Effects of Management Practices on Nematode and Fungus Populations and Cucumber Yield PDF
A. W. Johnson, D. R. Sumner, and C. A. Jaworski 84-93
The Role of Cuticular Strata Nomenclature in the Systematics of Nemata PDF
A. R. Maggenti 94-98
Techniques for Detecting Dactylella oviparasitica and Evaluating its Significiance in Field Soils PDF
G. R. Stirling 99
Major- and Trace-Element Analyses of a Mermithid Parasite and its Mosquito Host by Proton-induced X-ray Emission PDF
R. Levy, H. A. Van Rinsvelt, and T. W. Miller, Jr. 100-102
A Method of Distinguishing Between Living and Dead Nematodes by Enzymatically Induced Fluorescence PDF
Alan F. Bird 103-104
pH as a Factor in Parasitism of Mosquito Larvae by the Mermithid Romanomermis culicivorax PDF
James J. Petersen 105
Equipment and Techniques for Establishing Field Microplots for the Study of Soilborne Pathogens PDF
K. R. Barker, B. I. Daughtry, and D. W. Corbett 106-107
New Data for Leptonchus transvaalensis from Nigeria, and Key to Leptonchus PDF
C. G. Goseco and V. R. Ferris 108-109
Immune Responses of Mosquitoes against Romanomermis culicivorax (Mermithida: Nematoda) PDF
George O. Poinar, Jr., Roberta T. Hess, and James J. Petersen 110-116