BEHAVIOR OF NEMATODES IN RELATION TO THAT OF OTHER INVERTEBRATES 1) BY VICTOR H. DROPKIN Crops Research Division, Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland At each annual meeting, the Society of Nematologists seeks to present special programs of interest not only to its own members, but to the scientific community at large. In part, this reflects the belief that what we do is somewhat more interesting than what others do - a belief that we share with most scientists. But equally important is a desire to escape the bonds of too narrow a view of life, and to establish bridges of communication with other disciplines. This year we focus on the behavior of nematodes. As nematology develops more deeply from several approaches, we seek to understand the nematode itself in addition to understanding the diseases it causes. In recent years we have seen the rise of in vitro cultivation techniques, of bona fide physiological and biochemical studies, and of some increasing interest in ecology. The study of behavior has yet to take its place as a major subdivision of nematology. At first glance, nematodes may appear to exhibit a limited range of behavior. With
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Published: Jan 1, 1965
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