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Pasteuria nishizawae sp. nov., a mycelial and endospore-forming bacterium parasitic on cyst nematodes of genera Heterodera and Globodera.
This study describes Pasteuria nishizawae sp. nov., a fourth species of the genus Pasteuria. This mycelial and endospore-forming bacterium parasitizes the adult females of cyst-forming nematodes inExpand
Pasteuria thornei sp. nov. and Pasteuria penetrans sensu stricto emend., mycelial and endospore-forming bacteria parasitic, respectively, on plant-parasitic nematodes of the genera Pratylenchus and
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The relationships are analysed among these two nematode parasites and the type species of this genus, P. ramosa Metchnikoff 1888, a parasite of cladoceran invertebrates, based mainly on morphological, developmental, and pathological criteria. Expand
Bacterial parasite of a plant nematode: morphology and ultrastructure
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The results indicate that the endoparasite is a procaryotic organism having structural features that are more common to members of Actinomycetales and to the bacterium Pasteuria ramosa than to the sporozoans or to the family Bacillaceae, as previous investigatios have concluded. Expand
Light and electron microscopical studies of the life cycle and developmental stages of a Pasteuria isolate parasitizing the pea cyst nematode, Heterodera goettingiana
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The ultrastruetural, morphological and morphometric featmes, which are different from those previously described for other species of Pasteun'a, together with the clistinction in host range and developmental stage specificity suggest that HGP should be assigned a new species within the genus Pas/euria. Expand
Light and electron microscopical study of a bacterial parasite from the cyst nematode, Heterodera glycines.
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The results of the cross- inoculation studies and differences in the fine structure of the cup-shaped sporangia suggest that CNP should be assigned to a new species within the genus Pasteuria. Expand
Freezing and Storing Ditylenchus dipsaci in Liquid Nitrogen.
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Tests showed that active larvae of Ditylenchus dipsaci could be frozen directly, thus eliminating the need to use the quiescent stage of this nematode previously thought necessary for successful storage at cryogenic temperatures. Expand
Assignment of ATCC 27377 to Planctomyces staleyi sp. nov. and Conservation of Pasteuria ramosa Metchnikoff 1888 on the Basis of Type Descriptive Material Request for an Opinion
The name Pasteuria ramosa Metchnikoff 1888 is used for two quite different kinds of bacteria. We request that the Judicial Commission issue an Opinion to the effect that the name be used only for theExpand
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