Chemotaxonomy of Compositae related to their host suitability for Pratylenchus penetrans

@article{Gommers2005ChemotaxonomyOC,
  title={Chemotaxonomy of Compositae related to their host suitability for Pratylenchus penetrans},
  author={Fred J. Gommers and D. J. M. Voorin'tholt},
  journal={Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2005},
  volume={82},
  pages={1-8}
}
Experimental work and a survey of literature gave data on the effects of 175 Compositate on populations ofPratylenchus penetrans in the soil. Nearly 70 Compositae effectively suppress populations ofP. penetrans. It is shown that a close relationship exists between this suppressing feature and the chemotaxonomy of the Compositae.SamenvattingEigen onderzoek aangevuld met gegevens uit de literatuur gaf informatie over de invloed van 175 Composieten op populaties vanPratylenchus penetrans in de… 
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