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Nematodes attack roots, stems and leaves of many crops

Issue Date: October 24, 2018
By Padma Nagappan

A handful of soil can contain thousands of nematodes, microscopic worms that are parasites of plants, animals and insects. A free-living species, they are abundant but little understood, with 20,000 classified species.

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