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Zum Problem Der Wirtsfindung Phyto-Pathogener Nematoden

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The fact that the number of larvae of H. rostochiensis on the root side of a Petri-dish increase with time (58% after 6 hours, 70,6% after 24 hours) agrees with the calculation that nematodes wander at random. Reasons are given which suggest that the building up of diffusion gradients of an attractant substance in soil is almost impossible. The following hypothesis of chemo-orthokinetical host-finding is put forward as a possible explanation of congregation near host roots: nematode larvae meet roots by chance and enter them or alter their movement under influence of substances emitted by roots. Larvae do not leave the rhizosphere and so accumulate there. Plants and their diffusates do not directly attract nematodes chemotropically but solely influence the rate of movement of larvae.

Affiliations: 1: Institut für allgemeine Botanik der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena und Bio-logische Zentralanstalt der Deutschen Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaf-ten zu Berlin, Institut für Phytopathologie Naumburg (Saale), Deutschland


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