Nematodes have assorted nourishing subgroups. The dominant part benefits from microorganisms, while others feed on parasites, plants or creatures. One of the bacteriavorous animal varieties, Caenorhabditis elegans, is a significant model creature broadly utilized these days. There are just around a thousand physical cells in C. elegans, of which the formative destinies have been totally mapped. With the utilization of RNAi and other hereditarily controlling procedures, C. elegans has been a helpful instrument in animal studies.
- Track 1-1 Plant-parasitic nematodes
- Track 2-2 Human and animal parasites
- Track 3-3 Abundance, and diversity of nonpathogenic nematodes
- Track 4-4 Animal parasitic nematology