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There have been many accomplishments in nematology in the North Central Region during the past decade. As a result of the organization of a regional nematology committee, research and teaching in the area have been greatly expanded. New problems of major agricultural significance have been discovered, and some of suspected significance have been revealed. An awareness has developed of a large and important group of animals, many of them plant parasites. Because of sheer numbers alone, nematodes deserve more attention by biologists in all aspects.
Iowa State University. Agricultural and Home Economics Experiment Station
Logsdon, C. E.; Taylor, D. P.; Bergeson, G. B.; Ferris, J. M.; Norton, D. C.; Dickerson, O. J.; Knierim, J. A.; MacDonald, D. H.; Jenkins, L.; Schuster, M. L.; Pepper, E. H.; Wilson, J. D.; Malek, R. B.; and Darling, H. M., "Nematology in the North Central Region, 1956-1966" (1968). Special Report. 57.