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Rhabditis is an excellent laboratory model to study internal gene transfer because (a) these microbial worms are bacterial feeders which vector viable bacteria (Chang et al.
These conditions suggested a high probability of interaction events and, indeed, conjugation was detected within the intestinal tract of Rhabditis and transconjugants were identified using various selective media (Adamo and Gealt, 1994; 1996a; Leighton et al.
When final populations after amendment were compared with pre-amendment populations, the Rhabditis spp.
EPNs were not found in any of the soil samples collected, but most of the soil samples did yield an unidentified Rhabditis sp.