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The influence of root diffusate, host age and water regimes on hatching of the root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne triticoryzae

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The root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne triticoryzae, produces three kinds of unhatched second stage juveniles (J2): i) those that hatch freely in water, ii) those that require stimulus from rice root diffusate (RRD), and iii) those that do not hatch even in the presence of RRD. The proportion of these three types varies with generation, with the final generation produced on senescing plants having a large proportion of unhatched J2 of the third type, which is likely to equate with diapause. Dilution of RRD reduced its hatching activity and there is no evidence of the presence of inhibitors in the diffusate. The hatching response of M. triticoryzae may be modified additionally by the growing conditions: submergence of infected plants may have delayed hatch, possibly by causing anoxybiosis in unhatched J2, and thereby delayed the appearance of the second and third generations of the nematodes.

Le nématode Meloidogyne triticoryzae produit trois types de juvéniles de 2ème stade (J2) non encore éclos: i) ceux qui éclosent d’eux-même dans l’eau; ii) ceux qui requièrent le stimulus produit par le diffusat radiculaire de riz (RRD); enfin iii) ceux qui n’éclosent pas même en présence de RRD. La proportion de ces trois types varie avec la génération du nématode, la dernière génération, produite sur un hôte sénescent, contenant une grande proportion de J2 non éclos de type 3, ce fait représentant l’équivalent d’une diapause. La dilution du RRD diminue l’éclosion et aucune évidence d’inhibiteurs n’a été relevée dans le diffusat. Chez M. triticoryzae l’éclosion peut de plus être modifiée par les conditions de croissance de l’hôte; ainsi la submersion des plants infestés peut retarder l’éclosion, l’anoxybiose ainsi induite affectant vraisemblablement les J2 non éclos et retardant de ce fait l’apparition des deuxième et troisième générations du nématode.

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2016-12-09

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