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1 Visiting scientist from Nematology Dept., Univ. of Cairo, Cairo, Egypt. 2 To whom reprint requests should be addressed. We thank William Potts for statistical analysis of the data and Naeema Latif and Peter Ewashkow for technical

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The Univ. of Florida's College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences have taken a bold step in teaching crop health management with the creation of the Plant Medicine Program. This innovative program offers students a multidisciplinary approach to solving the challenges of crop production that leads to the Doctor of Plant Medicine (DPM) degree. Extensive coursework in the Plant and Soil Sciences, Entomology, Plant Pathology, and Nematology provides students with the fundamental knowledge needed to be successful problem solvers and decision makers. Students apply their expertise to practical situations during multiple internships with a wide array of professionals. Interns have worked nationally and internationally on a wide variety of crops with private corporations, public institutions, and government and non-government agencies, in research, regulatory, and extension capacities. Students have the opportunity to tailor their program to reflect specific interests while maintaining a strong foundation in the discipline of Plant Medicine through the core courses. Since its inception in 1999, enrollment in the Plant Medicine Program has grown to over 40 students, and beginning in 2003, graduates have become valued members of the global agricultural community.

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1 Department of Plant Sciences. 2 To whom reprint requests should be addressed; email safennimore@ucdavis.edu . 3 Department of Plant Pathology. 4 Formerly of the California Strawberry Commission, Watsonville. 5 Department of Nematology. 6

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should be addressed. 3 Microbiologist, Nematology Laboratory. Present address: USDA/APHIS PPQ-PRP, Federal Bldg., Rm. 816, 6505 Belcrest Rd., Hyattsville, MD 20782. 4 Professor. Use of a company or product name does not imply approval or recommendation of

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nematology: The role of the society 7 14 Veech J.A. Dickson D.W. Vistas on nematology: A commemoration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Society of Nematologists Society Nematology Hyattsville, MD Taylor, A

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.M. Stock, S.P. 2000 Heterorhabditis, Steinernema and their symbionts–lethal pathogens of insects Nematology 2 31 42 10.1163/156854100508872 Choo, H.Y. Kaya, H.K. Burlando, T.M. Gaugler, R. 1989 Entomopathogenic nematodes: Host-finding ability in the

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. enterolobii screening and it was obtained through the Department of Nematology and Entomology, University of Florida. The M. incognita inoculum was provided by the University of Florida Nematology Laboratory at the Department of Nematology and Entomology

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, and they are distributed among the departments of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Biological and Agricultural Engineering, Entomology and Nematology, Food Science and Technology, Nutrition, Plant Pathology, Plant Sciences, Viticulture and Enology

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.) in Central Uganda Nematology 3 535 541 Ssali, R.T. Nowakunda, K. Barekye, A. Erima, R. Batte, M. Tushemereirwe, W.K. 2010 On farm participatory evaluation of East African highland bananas ‘EAHB’ hybrids ( Musa spp). Acta Hort. 879

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