Community Structure of Plant-parasitic Nematodes Related to Soil Types in Illinois and Indiana Soybean Fields.
- Published Article
Journal of Nematology
- Publication Date
Oct 01, 1971
Comparisons of plant parasitic nematode populations using a resemblance equation and community ordination showed that community structure tends to be similar on dark-colored, highly productive soybean soils throughout Indiana and Illinois. On lighter-colored soils community structures differed somewhat from those of darker soils and from each other.
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