Nematology is probably the last major discipline to establish its independence from the parent science of zoology. This natural evolvement of nematology has occurred because of the overwhelming accumulation of sophisticated information and research that reflects the unique relationships of nematodes to other forms of plant and animal life as well as their relationships in other facets of the environment.
Nematodes are invertebrate animals that, like insects, are unusual in their great numbers and varieties, their small size generally microscopic , their high degree of internal organization, and their virtually ubiquitous distribution. They occupy almost every ecological niche, often causing disease of humans, other animals, and plants. These activities often result in debility, death, or in the impairment and loss of food supply with consequent loss to producers and consumers.
Introduction II. Phylum Rotifera II. Phylum Gastrotricha III. Phylum Kinorhyncha IV. Phylum Nematomorpha V.
Phylum Nemata 3 Nematode Integument I. External Cuticle II. Cuticular Structures IV. Hypodermis V. Excretory System VI. Molting 4 Internal Morphology I. Somatic Musculature II.
Alimentary Canal III. Nervous System 5 Reproductive System I. Male Reproductive System IV. Spermatogenesis V. Oogenesis VI. Embryology VII.
Postembryonic Changes 6 Plant Parasitism I. Adenophorean Plant Parasitism II. Facultative Parasitism III. Classification of Nemata Selected References. Newsletter Google 4. Help pages. Prothero Michael J.
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