Corpus ID: 22198820

Distribution, Biology and Pathology of Anguina pacificae.

@article{Mcclure2008DistributionBA,
  title={Distribution, Biology and Pathology of Anguina pacificae.},
  author={Michael A. Mcclure and Mark E. Schmitt and M. D. Mccullough},
  journal={Journal of nematology},
  year={2008},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={
          226-39
        }
}
Anguina pacificae is distributed along a narrow strip on the Pacific coast of Northern California where it forms galls on the shoots of Poa annua and causes significant damage to golf course greens. Methods were developed for the continuous propagation of A. pacificae on P. annua in growth chambers, and they were used to examine the life cycle and host-parasite relationships of the nematode. At a mean temperature of 20 degrees C (22 degrees C day/18 degrees C night) the life cycle was completed… Expand
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