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Beobachtungen Über Die Enzymatische Wirkung Von Speicheldrüsensekreten Pflanzenparasitärer Nematoden

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Versuche mit Larven von Ditylenchus dertructor aus Kartoffeln, D. dipsaci aus Rüben, Heterodera rosiochiensis von Kartoffeln und H. schachtii von Rübe ergaben, daß die genannten Nematodenarten in ihren Speicheldrüsensekreten Amylase und Invertase sowie pektinlösende Fermente produzieren und diese nicht nur in lebende Pflanzenzellen, sondern auch in zellfreie Nährsubstanzen, z.B. Hafermehlagar, abscheiden. Die Enzymwirkung wurde durch Ermittlung des Mono- und Disaccharidgehalts sowie durch Untersuchung der Filtrationsgeschwindigkeit und durch Trübungsmessungen der Fermentansätze nachgewiesen.

Affiliations: 1: Biologische Bundesanstalt, Münster (Westf.), Deutschland


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