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Methods for the Extraction of Heterodera Cysts From Not Previously Dried Soil Samples

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An elutriator for the separation of cysts from not previously dried soil samples to determine the population density of Heterodera species is described. With this apparatus a mixture of cysts and organic debris is obtained. For further separation this mixture is dried and the cysts are then separated from the debris by flotation with a modification of Buhr's method using water or a mixture of three parts of acetone and one part of carbon tetrachloride.

Affiliations: 1: Institute for Phytopathological Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands


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