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Pathogenicity of Fungi to Eggs of Heterodera glycines.

  title={Pathogenicity of Fungi to Eggs of Heterodera glycines.},
  author={S. Y. Chen and Don W. Dickson and David J. Mitchell},
  journal={Journal of nematology},
  volume={28 2},
Twenty-one isolates of 18 fungal species were tested on water agar for their pathogenicity to eggs of Heterodera glycines. An egg-parasitic index (EPI) for each of these fungi was recorded on a scale from 0 to 10, and hatch of nematode eggs was determined after exposure to the fungi on water agar for 3 weeks at 24 C. The EPI for Verticillium chlamydosporium was 7.6, and the fungus reduced hatch 74%. Pyrenochaeta terrestris and two sterile fungi also showed a high EPI and reduced hatch 42-73… 

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