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Parasitism of Cranberry Roots By Tetylenchus Joctus Thorne 1)

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Parasitisme de racines de Vaccinium macrocarpon ("Cranberry") par Tetylenchus joctus Thorne. Des boutures enracinées de Vaccinium macrocarpon se trouvant dans une terre stérilisée furent infectées artificiellement par un nombre déterminé de Tetylenchus joctus. Ces nématodes s'étaient fortement multipliés après 6 mois. La nutrition de ces nématodes fut examinée sur des racines de "cranberry" cultivées sur agar dans des boîtes de pétrie. Le mode de nutrition et le comportement du nématode pendant la nutrition sont décrits et illustrés.

Affiliations: 1: Cranberry Experiment Station, University of Massachusetts, East Wareham, Mass., U.S.A.


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