Journal of Nematology
Published/Hosted by Society of Nematologists.
The Society of Nematologists (SON), founded in 1961, is a not-for-profit professional organization that serves the scientific needs of nematologists and individuals in related disciplines throughout the world. The Society holds regular meetings and promotes and extends knowledge in all phases of nematology. In 1969, the Society dedicated itself to publishing the Journal of Nematology (JON). Annals of Applied Nematology (AAN), a supplement to the Journal of Nematology, was first published in 1987 and discontinued after the 2001 issue. Original papers on basic, applied, descriptive, or experimental nematology are considered for publication. Other categories include reviews developing new concepts, hypotheses, or concepts; abstracts of papers presented at annual meetings, and special publications as appropriate. Routine surveys of nematode distribution or of germplasm collections for susceptibility to parasitic nematodes are not acceptable unless it can be demonstrated that the data make a unique contribution to the literature. Surveys of a more fundamental nature that test or generate hypotheses are encouraged. Research results submitted for publication should be reproducible, thus it is expected that critical experiments be repeated in time or space.
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