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Studies On the Biology of Radopholus Similis (Cobb, 1893) Thorne, 1949

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Embryonal- und Postembryonalentwicklung von Radopholus similis werden beschrieben und abgebildet. Die Lage der Richtkörper am vorderen Pol dient der Orientierung der Blastomeren. Die Embryonalentwicklung ist temperaturabhängig; sie dauert 4-10 Tage. Die erste Häutung findet vor dem Schlüpfen statt. Drei weitere Häutungen erfolgen nach dem Schlüpfen. Der Versteifungsapparat, die Cheilorhabdions, die Prorhabdions, die Abkleidung der beiden amphidialen Gefäße des terminalen Exkretionsgefäßes und des Rektums samt Kutikula werden während der Häutung abgestoßen. Unterschiede zwischen der Entwicklung des männlichen und des weiblichen Genital-Primordiums erlauben die Diagnose von Männchen und Weibchen schon im zweiten Stadium.

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