Vol. 14, No. 3 (July 1982)

Table of Contents

Articles

J. G. Baldwin
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279-291
R. Garcia-Martinez, A. L. Taylor, G. C. Smart, Jr.
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292-302
J. D. Eisenback
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303-316
M. A. Maqbool
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317-322
E. C. Bernard
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323-331
R. Garcia-Martinez
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332-338
J. D. Eisenback
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339-342
William W. Carter
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343-346
A. P. Nyczepir, J. H. O'Bannon, G. S. Santo, A. M. Finley
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347-352
D. L. Lindsey, Margaret Stefano Clayshulte
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353-357
L. T. Lucas
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358-363
B. E. Mauza, J. M. Webster
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364-367
D. T. Kaplan, L. W. Timmer
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368-372
N. Vovlas, R. N. Inserra
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373-376
R. I. Bolla, W. Jordan
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377-381
J. C. Adams, A. L. Morehart
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382-385
D. P. Thornton, R. A. Brust, T. D. Galloway
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386-393
Jules Silverman, Edward G. Platzer, Michael K. Rust
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394-397
Stuart M. Craig, John M. Webster
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398-405
Lectin Binding to Meloidogyne javanica Eggs
Y. Spiegel, E. Cohn
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406-407
Detection and Ultrastructural Description of a Larval Moult in the Egg of Orrina phyllobia
A. F. Bird, C. C. Orr
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408
Comparative Relationship between Meloidogyne chitwoodi and M. hapla population Densities and Growth of Sugarbeet Seedlings
G. D. Griffin, R. N. Inserra, M. Di Vito
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409-410
Effects of the Temperature and Duration of the Initial Incubation Period on Resistance to Meloidogyne incognita in Tomato
M. T. Araujo, M. J. Bassett, J. J. Augustine, D. W. Dickson
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411-413
Effect of Diurnal Changes in Soil Temperatures on Resistance to Metoidogyne incognita in Tomato
M. T. Araujo, M. J. Bassett, J. J. Augustine, D. W. Dickson
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414-415
Effects of Heterodera fici on the Growth of Commercial Fig Seedings in Pots
M. Di Vito, R. N. Inserra
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416-417
Technique for Obtaining Eggs and Juveniles of Heterodera glycines
J. R. Acedo, V. H. Dropkin
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418-419
A Technique for Inoculating Field Sites with Meloidogyne Eggs
D. A. Ball, H. Ferris
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420-421
Technique for Gnotobiotic Cultivation of Heterodera glycines Ichinohe on Glycine max (L.) Merr.
J. A. Lauritis, R. V. Rebois, L. S. Graney
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422-426