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In Vitro Studies of Host-Parasite Relationships of Some Plant-Parasitic Nematodes 1)

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The feeding habits and parasitism of ectoparasitic nematodes of several genera were simultaneously studied in vitro. This method also was used to assay resistance of thirteen plants to attack by several nematode species. Hemicycliophora similis, Trichodorus christiei and Tylenchorhynchus claytoni fed on most of the thirteen plants tested. Feeding in vitro is indicative of the parasitic habit of the nematode under natural conditions. No significant difference was observed between accumulation of H. similis around roots of host and non-host seedlings. Feeding by two species of Tylenchur is described.

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


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