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Volume 27, Part 2 (2019)

  • Kuznetsov, V.P., Slivko-Koltchik, G.A., Isaev, S.V, Voronov, D.A. and Panchin, Yu V. Ion channels of the intestinal hyperpolarizing action potential in nematodes, 69-81
  • Abegaz, B., Seid, A., Meressa, B.H., Fininsa, C., Dejene, M. and Woldetsadik, K. Evaluation of hot pepper (Capsicum annum and C. frutescens) genotypes for resistance and egg hatching suitability to Meloidogyne incognita and M. javanica populations from Ethiopia, 83-96
  • Jatav, V., Sadashiva, A.T., Ravishankar, K.V., Venugopalan, R., Umamaheshwari, R. and Rao, M.S . Identification of new stable resistant sources to Meloidogyne incognita using conventional and marker assisted selection in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum), 97-106
  • Mokrini, F., Laasli, S.-E. Iraqui, D., Wifaya, A., Mimouni, A., Erginbas-Orakci, G. Imren, M. and Dababat, A.A. Distribution and occurrence of plant-parasitic nematobes associated with raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.) in Souss-Massa region of Morocco: relationship with soil physico-chemical factors, 107-121
  • Franke, K., Gryn, G., Nowakowski, M., M. Nowakowski, M. and Skibowska, B. Effect of some root leachate and dry extracts of Brassicaceae plants on potato cyst nematode population, 123-130
  • Yushin, V.V. and Gliznutsa, L.A. Ultrastructural observation of spermatogenesis in the free-living marine nematode Parodontophora marisjaponici (Nematoda: Araeolaimida: Axonolaimidae), 131-143
  • Newsletter of the Russian Society of Nematologist, 144-160