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The Use of Immature Nuts of Cocos Nucifera for Studies On Rhadinaphelenchus Cocophilus

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Harvested immature nuts of Cocos nucifera L. are convenient and suitable for studies on Rhadinaphelenchus cocophilus (Cobb, 1919) Goodey, 1960. They are readily available and are small in size permitting most of the infested tissue to be examined for nematodes. Immature nuts were inoculated in the laboratory with eggs of R. cocophilus. After 9-10 days adults and eggs were recovered, indicating that the nematode had completed its life cycle in that time.

Affiliations: 1: Ministry of Agriculture, Central Experiment Station, Centeno, Trinidad


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