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Molecular Characterization of Meloidogyne hispanica (Nematoda, Meloidogynidae) by Phylogenetic Analysis of Genes Within the rDNA in Meloidogyne spp.
In the past, the distribution of Meloidogyne hispanica, the Seville root-knot nematode, appeared to be restricted to the southern part of Spain and Prunus spp.; however, its distribution has beenExpand
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Meloidogyne luci, a new root‐knot nematode parasitizing potato in Portugal
In 2013, during a field survey conducted in Portugal on potato, Solanum tuberosum L., an unusual esterase (EST) phenotype was detected in a root-knot nematode (RKN) from potato roots collected inExpand
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Thermal requirements for the embryonic development and life cycle of Meloidogyne hispanica
The life cycle of a Portuguese Meloidogyne hispanica isolate on susceptible cv. Easypeel and resistant (Mi-1.2 gene) cv. Rossol tomato plants was studied in growth chambers at constant temperaturesExpand
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Naphthoquinones from Walnut Husk Residues Show Strong Nematicidal Activities against the Root-knot Nematode Meloidogyne hispanica
Naphthoquinones exhibit important biological activities and are present in walnut husk residues in significant amounts. However, their potential as alternatives to synthetic nematicides has not beenExpand
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First report on Meloidogyne chitwoodi hatching inhibition activity of essential oils and essential oils fractions
The Columbia root-knot nematode (CRKN), Meloidogyne chitwoodi, is an EPPO A2 type quarantine pest since 1998. This nematode causes severe damage in economically important crops such as potato andExpand
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Effect of the Mi gene on reproduction of Meloidogyne hispanica on tomato genotypes
{null=The root-knot nematode resistance (Mi) gene was screened in 25 tomato genotypes of Solanum lycopersicum, by amplification of REX-1 and Mi23 markers. Ten heterozygous tomato genotypes (Mimi),Expand
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Host status of cultivated plants to Meloidogyne hispanica
The reproduction of a Meloidogyne hispanica isolate from Portugal was evaluated in 63 plant species/cultivars, in pot assays at 25 ± 2.0°C, on the basis of root gall index (GI) and reproductionExpand
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In vitro nematicidal activity of naphthoquinones against the root-lesion nematode Pratylenchus thornei
The root-lesion nematode Pratylenchus thornei is a widely distributed and important parasite of cereals and legumes. As migratory endoparasites, P. thornei are difficult to manage  because they enterExpand
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Inoculum levels of Meloidogyne hispanica and M. javanica affect nematode reproduction, and growth of tomato genotypes.
A pot experiment was conducted to determine the effects of three inoculum levels (2,500, 5,000 and 10,000 eggs/plant) on the reproduction of Meloidogyne hispanica and M. javanica isolates and growthExpand
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Tomato root exudates induce transcriptional changes of Meloidogyne hispanica genes
Meloidogyne hispanica is a polyphagous root-knot nematode of emerging importance that has the ability to infect a broad range of plants, and tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum L.) crops can be severelyExpand
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