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    Is this bilogical sentence gramatically correct?

    Please tell me, is this bilogical sentence gramatically correct?

    Studies of zoogeographical distribution of nematodes of families Longidoridae (order Dorylaimida) and Trichodoridae (order Triplonchida) as vectors of nepo- and tobra-virus groups on the territory of Russia

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    Re: Is this bilogical sentence gramatically correct?

    'in Russia'; you could say 'the families' (but it's OK without, especially if this is a title - which I suspect, as it's not a sentence).

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