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DISTRIBUTION, HOST STATUS AND POTENTIAL SOURCES OF RESISTANCE TO VITTATIDERA ZEAPHILA [DISTRIBUCIÓN, SUSCEPTIBILIDAD Y FUENTES POTENCIALES DE RESISTENCIA A VITTATIDERA ZEAPHILA]

@article{Donald2012DISTRIBUTIONHS,
  title={DISTRIBUTION, HOST STATUS AND POTENTIAL SOURCES OF RESISTANCE TO VITTATIDERA ZEAPHILA [DISTRIBUCI{\'O}N, SUSCEPTIBILIDAD Y FUENTES POTENCIALES DE RESISTENCIA A VITTATIDERA ZEAPHILA]},
  author={P. A. Donald and Robert Heinz and Ernest C. Bernard and Dyan M Hershman and David L. Hensley and S. Flint-Garcia and Ruitenberg Joost},
  journal={Nematropica},
  year={2012},
  volume={42},
  pages={91-95}
}
Donald, P.A., R. Heinz, E. Bernard, D. Hershman, D. Hensley, S. Flint-Garcia, R. Joost. 2012. Distribution, host status and potential sources of resistance to Vittatidera zeaphila. Nematropica 42:91-95. Vittatidera zeaphila was described from stunted Zea mays (corn) roots collected in northwestern Tennessee (Obion County) in 2006. Similar cyst specimens had previously been collected in 1978 from Lauderdale County, TN, on Eleusine indica (goosegrass). Comparison of the 1978 specimens deposited… 
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Received: Accepted for publication: 1/VII/2011 18/I/2012 Recibido: Aceptado para publicación
  • Received: Accepted for publication: 1/VII/2011 18/I/2012 Recibido: Aceptado para publicación