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Hardy's first masterpiece, this 1874 novel got huge acclaim upon book and continues to be one of the author's best-loved works.

The story of a passionate, autonomous girl and her 3 suitors, it explores Hardy's trademark topics: thwarted love, the inevitability of destiny, and the encroachment of commercial society on rural existence.

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Zeae). Bisexual Pratylenchus spp. , P. penetrans 2n = 10, P. vulnus 2n = 12, P. coffeae 2n = 14. , P. neglectus 2n = 20; P. zeae 2n = 21-26; P. brachyurus 2n = 3026 Nematology Monographs & Perspectives Morphology of Pratylenchus spp. Fig. 15. Mean post-vulval uterine sac length (μm) in the 68 nominal species of the genus Pratylenchus. 32, and seem to have evolved from the amphimictic bisexual species. Pratylenchus scribneri, with 2n = 12 or 25-26 depending on meiotic or mitotic parthenogenesis, appears to be in a state of rapid evolution with regard to gametogenesis and mode of reproduction (Román & Triantaphyllou, 1969).

16). The spicules originate from the thickening and invagination of the posterior walls of the spicular pouch. At the tip of each spicule are two small pores, a dendritic process being associated with each. In the shaft portion, the spicule has a thick body with a central core filled with nerve tissue. Dorsal and ventral wings project from the body. When protruded, the two wings of one spicule curve toward the corresponding wings of the other, thus forming a complete tube for sperm conduction. The base of each spicule is composed of an electrondense, sclerotised ring with nerve tissue in the central core.

Minyus) branched from the main Pratylenchus clade, each sharing a common ancestor with the rest of the species in the tree. Although this proposal for polyphyly is intriguing, the bootstrap values for the most parsimonious tree were not definitive. , 1992) or different outgroups (Milinkovitch & Lyons-Weiler, 1998) improves the resolution of phylogenetic trees. Understanding the phylogenetic relationships among species of nematodes can clarify the biogeographic history of these nematodes. In the Vol.

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