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Beobachtungen Über Den Befall Mittelamerikanischer Dioscoreenarten Durch Meloidogyne Incognita (Kofoid & White)

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Die Knollen von Dioscorea composita, D. spiculiflora und D. floribunda werden in Kultur häufig von Meloidogyne incognita befallen. In den äußeren Zellschichten können sich die Larven bis zur Eiablage entwickeln; die Eier gelangen nach außen und führen zu neuen Infektionen. Larven, die sich tiefer im Knollengewebe entwickeln, werden vor der Bildung infektionsfähiger Nachkommen abgetötet. Ganz junge Sämlinge werden durch starken Meloidogynebefall getötet, ältere geschädigt. Eine Schädigung erwachsener Pflanzen durch Meloidogyne incognita konnte nicht nachgewiesen werden.

Affiliations: 1: Tropenversuchsstation der Schering A.G. Berlin, Escuintla, Guatemala


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