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The Quantitative Extraction of Ditylenchus Dipsaci (Kühn) From Plant Tissues By a Modified Seinhorst Mistifier

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Experiments showed that the eelworm loss from the collecting tray of the modified Seinhorst mistifier increased with time and that the eelworms escaped mainly in the surface currents. Eelworms were successfully extracted from sliced narcissus bulbs and from chopped, fresh and dried, narcissus leaves. The particle size of the chopped leaves was not critical. Extraction for 48 hrs. recovered at least 85 % of the eelworms and there was a low interreplicate variability.

Affiliations: 1: Imperial College Field Station, Sunninghill, Ascot, Berks, England


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