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Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

Abstract

This article provides a systematic review of phytonematodes found in the soil of the rhizosphere and vegetative organs of 7 species of perennial wild plants that are common in natural biocenoses of the middle zone of the Karatepa Mountains of the Zarafshan Range. The data show that the nematodafuna of this zone consists of 93 species belonging to two classes (Enoplea, Chromadorea), 3 subclasses (Enoplia, Dorylaimia, Chromadoria) and 6 orders of the Nematodes type. The detected nematodes are divided into several groups according to their trophic ties with plants: para-isobionts, eusaprobionts, devisaprobionts, mycohelminths, ectoparasites and endoparasites. Among these ecological groups, paralyzobionts and ectoparasites containing 27 species each are dominant.

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