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  • Nematology article on the development of a decision support system by Swedish researchers to avoid risk of infestation and yield loss due to sugar beet cyst nematodes.
  • Interesting article by Iowa State University: “Whats behind Iowas 2019`s soybean yield gap”.
  • New overview article on nematodes in soybean linked.
  • Summary of the 47th Annual meeting DPG Workgroup Nematology (Kiel, Germany)
  • Recently published article on how the genome of the soybean cyst nematode (Heterodera glycines) reveals complex patterns of duplications involved in the evolution of parasitism genes
  • Link to CABI invasive species compendium. A good source of information on invasive nematode species
  • 3rd Edition book release Plant Parasitic Nematodes in Subtropical and Tropical Agriculture
  • Expert chat with Dr. Jiue-In Yang, National Taiwan University, Taipei
  • Expert chat with Prof. Pedro Soares, University of the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Link to Nemaplex Webpage. A useful page for nematode related information by the University of California, Davis, United States
  • Book chapter on recent nematicides by O. Loiseleur, B. Slaats and P. Maienfisch
  • Expert chat with Dr. Matthias Daub from the Julius-Kuehn-Institute, Germany
  • PhD thesis about the interaction and control of root lesion nematodes and corn pathogens from the Iowa State University, United States
  • Impressions from the 45th Annual meeting DPG Workgroup Nematology held in Einbeck, Germany
  • Expert chat with Professor Gregory L. Tylka about his view on soybean cyst nematodes
  • Links to global nematode maps provided by The Centre for Agriculture and Bioscience International (CABI)
  • Expert chat with Professor Richard A. Sikora about his view on nematology
  • Maps on nematode distribution:
    soybean cyst nematodes 
    Sugar beet cyst nematodes
    What we found especially nice about these maps is the fact that it is possible to zoom into them and have a look at the source of the information.

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