Effect of crop rotation on soil population densities of Fusarium solani and Heterodera glycines and on the development of sudden death syndrome of soybean
Phylogenetic Relationships and Genetic Variation in Longidorus and Xiphinema Species (Nematoda: Longidoridae) Using ITS1 Sequences of Nuclear Ribosomal DNA.
Genetic analyses using DNA sequences of nuclear ribosomal DNA ITS1 were conducted to determine the extent of genetic variation within and among Longidorus and Xiphinema species. DNA sequences were…
Intraspecific Variability of Rotylenchulus reniformis from Cotton-growing Regions in the United States.
The phenotypic polymorphism of the species in the United States could impact the effectiveness of management strategies based on host plant resistance.
Soil and Plant Factors Associated with Sudden Death Syndrome of Soybean
The effect of SDS disease severity on leaf nutrient content and on soybean yield and seed germination were determined and the combinations of soil fertility parameters and soybean cyst nematode second stage juvenile (J2) population levels were associated with SDS severity.
The who, what and where of longidoridae and trichodoridae.
The main diagnostic features of the Longidoridae at the genus level are the structure of the odontostyle and odontophore, the structure and position of the guide ring, the shape of the amphidial fovea, shape and size of amphid opening and the position and sizes of the pharyngeal gland nuclei.
Compendium of Longidorus juvenile stages with observations on L. pisi, L. taniwha and L. diadecturus (Nematoda: Longidoridae)
- R. Robbins, D. Brown, J. M. Halbrendt, T. Vrain
- Biology, Environmental ScienceSystematic Parasitology
- 1 September 1995
It is proposed that species unequivocally demonstrated to have only three juvenile stages should be JI, JII and JIII, whereas for all other species the existing terminology should be used, J1, J2, J3 and J4.
Taxonomic and molecular identification of mesocriconema and criconemoides species (nematoda: criconematidae).
Populations of Mesocriconema curvatum, M. kirjanovae, M. onoense, M. ornatum, M. sphaerocephala, M. surinamense, M. vadense, M. xenoplax, and Criconemoides informis from different geographical areas…
Endophyte effects on reproduction of a root‐knot nematode (Meloidogyne marylandi) and osmotic adjustment in tall fescue
Endophyte-enhanced persistence of tall fescue in M. marylandi-infested soils that are prone to drought may be explained at least partly by endophyte protection of roots from nematode damage.
The effect ofAcremonium coenophialum on the growth and nematode infestation of tall fescue
The endophyte apparently confers drought tolerance to Kentucky 31 tall fescue, and this effect may be at least partially mediated through enhanced resistance to soil-borne nematodes.