Control of the rootknot nematode meloidogyne javanica by Bacillus cereus

@article{Oka1993ControlOT,
  title={Control of the rootknot nematode meloidogyne javanica by Bacillus cereus},
  author={Y. Oka and I. Chet and Y. Spiegel},
  journal={Biocontrol Science and Technology},
  year={1993},
  volume={3},
  pages={115-126}
}
Exposure of Meloidogyne javanica second‐stage juveniles to the bacterium Bacillus cereus in soil inhibited the penetration of the juvenile nematodes into tomato roots. Culture filtrate of the bacterium grown on nutrient broth and tryptic soy broth revealed nematocidal activity on M. javanica juveniles and eggs. Loss of the nematocidal activity of the media by lowering pH, boiling or dialysis raised the possibility that the active ingredient in the culture filtrate was ammonia, released during… Expand
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