M.Sc. / The first record on freeliving nematodes from South Africa was by Micoletzky (in 1916) and this dealt with (mainly) freshwater nematodes collected in the Cape Province, Natal and Rhodesia. Ten years later Steiner (1926) reported on nematodes associated with a sample of diseased peanuts received from South Africa. The next reports were those of Filipjev (1929), who described Actinolaimus hutchensoni, and Cobb (1932) who described Anguina tumefaciens found on Bradley grass (Cynodon sp.) in the Transvaal...
|Date||22 September 2015|
|Creators||Basson, Johanna Beatrix Elizabeth|
|Source Sets||South African National ETD Portal|
|Rights||University of Johannesburg|
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