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Die Vermehrung Der Rasse b dEs Kartoffelnematoden, Heterodera Rostochiensis Woll., an Der a-Anfälligen Sorte Aquila Und Der a-Resistenten Sorte Spekula

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Die Sorten Aquila (A-anfällig) und Spekula (A-resistent) wurden in den Jahren 1961/62 in 7 cm Blumentöpfen kultiviert und mit 1; 3; 6; 12; 24 und 48 Zysten von einer Herkunft des Kartoffelnematoden vom Typ B infiziert. Die Vermehrungsrate war an der Sorte Aquila höher als an der Sorte Spekula. Die bessere Wirtseignung der Sorte Aquila wird auf ein engeres Weibchen : Männchen-Verhältnis zurückgeführt.

Affiliations: 1: Deutsche Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften zu Berlin, Institut für Pflanzenzüchtung Groß-Lüsewitz, Deutschland


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