By J. M. Webster
Nematology is not just approximately these beautiful Nobel prize successful creatures, nematodes, but in addition concerning the those that paintings with them, the nematologists. Your sturdy neighbors Bengt Eriksson, David McNamara and John Webster have cajoled an entire galaxy of story-telling nematologists to reminisce approximately their family, their nematodes, and to inform us how they obtained to understand them so good. it's all disclosed in "An Anecdotal background of Nematology". it's strong nematology, yet it truly is diverse, and you'll be capable of learn the opposite facet of a few of our nematological world's such a lot attention-grabbing discoveries and approximately their discoverers.The booklet is addressed to all who like to paintings on nematodes. it is going to be of curiosity additionally to historians of technological know-how and to any zoological library.
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Rosso, N. Mateu. nematological research center at Antibes to help solve agronomic problems due to nematodes in France. B. Berger, G. de Guiran, C. Laumond, K. Netscher and C. Scotto La Massese. During the 70s, A. Dalmasso introduced biochemical approaches to nematode taxonomy and by the end of the 1980s the new molecular techniques were incorporated into the nematode research programme. As well, the research focus changed from identification of root-knot nematode subspecific groups to nematode interactions, and this group now has a staff of 20 including eight scientists.
In 1962, they formed the Nordic Working Party which was instrumental in developing nematology in Scandinavia within the modern sense of the science. One of the activities emerging from this group was the 1962 handbook “Nematoder på Växter” (Nematodes on Plants) which has been widely used in teaching and advising. The prime mover in nematological research was Bingefors. From the late 1950s, he also laid the basis for teaching nematology at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala.
It operated very successfully over several years within the Agricultural University of Wageningen together with adjunct programmes in India and Venezuela. P. de Coninck. This center developed into one of the world’s largest and most successful groups of nematode taxonomists. P. de Coninck, A. Coomans (dorylaimids, fresh water nematodes), and E. Geraert (plant parasitic tylenchids) who successfully built the nematode taxonomy reputation and maintained it into the twenty-first century. The Department’s research activities, and those in collaboration with colleagues in Brussels, extended beyond that of light-microscope studies of the morphology and systematics of free-living and plant-parasitic 40 NEMATOLOGICAL NEBULAE IN EUROPE AND THE USA nematodes and into the biochemistry, phylogeny, ecology and (recently) embryology (G.