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The 10 Most Frequently Cited Articles in the RJN

(Web of Knowledge, April, 2015)

  • VT. Bongers, R.G.N. de Goede, G.W. Korthals W. and G.W. Yeates.  Proposed changes of c-p classification for nematodes. Russian Journal of Nematology, 1995, 3: 61-62. Times cited - 90

  • W. Burgermeister, K. Metge, H. Braasch and E. Buchbach.  ITS-RFLP patterns for differentiation of 26 Bursaphelenchus species (Nematoda : Parasitaphelenchidae) and observations on their distribution. Russian Journal of Nematology, 2005, 13: 29-42. Times cited - 89

  • L. Wasilewska.   Soil invertebrates as bioindicators, with special reference to soil-inhabiting nematodes. Russian Journal of Nematology, 1997, 5: 113-126. Times cited - 79

  • V.V. Aleshin, O.S. Kedrova, I.A. Milyutina, N.S. Vladychenskaya and N.B. Petrov.  Relationships among nematodes based on the analysis of 18S rRNA gene sequences: molecular evidence for monophyly of chromadorian and secernentian nematodes. Russian Journal of Nematology, 1998, 6: 175-184. Times cited - 61

  • J.W. Zheng, S.A. Subbotin, S.S. He, J.F. Gu and M. Moens. Molecular characterisation of some Asian isolates of Bursaphelenchus xylophilus and B. mucronatus using PCR-RFLPs and sequences of ribosomal DNA. Russian Journal of Nematology, 2003, 11: 17-22. Times cited - 58

  • J.W. Zheng, S.A. Subbotin, L. Waeyenberge and M. Moens.  Molecular characterisation of Chinese Heterodera glycines and H. avenae populations based on RFLPs and sequences of rDNA-ITS regions. Russian Journal of Nematology, 2000, 8: 109-113. Times cited - 49

  • F. Lamberti, S. Molinari, M. Moens and D.J.F. Brown.  The Xiphinema americanum group. I. Putative species, their geographical occurrence and distribution, and regional polytomous identification keys for the group. Russian Journal of Nematology, 2000, 8: 65-84. Times cited - 43

  • H. Braasch and H. Schmutzenhofer.  Bursaphelenchus abietinus sp n. (Nematoda : Parasitaphelenchidae) associated with fir bark beetles (Pityokteines spp.) from declining silver fir trees in Austria. Russian Journal of Nematology, 2000, 8: 1-6. Times cited - 31

  • K. L. Phan, N.C. Nguyen and M. Moens. Steinernema sangi sp. n. (Rhabditida: Steinernematidae) from Vietnam. Russian Journal of Nematology, 2001, 9: 1-7. Times cited - 28

  • S.E Spiridonov, K. Krasomil-Osterfeld and M. Moens.  Steinernema jollieti sp n. (Rhabditida : Steinernematidae), a new entomopathogenic nematode from the American midwest. Russian Journal of Nematology, 2004, 12: 85-95. Times cited - 28