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An Assessment of Serological Procedures for the Differentiation of Biological Races of Ditylenchus Dipsaci

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Antiserum to Ditylenchus dipsaci (isolated from Trifolium pratense) was used to compare antigen preparations from D. dipsaci parasitising Trifolium pratense, T. repens, Medicago sativa, Narcissus sp., and Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi parasitising Lilium sp. The use of the serological procedures of gel diffusion and immunoelectrophoresis for differentiating biological races of D. dipsaci may be possible if methods are devised for separating eggs, juvenile stages and adults into large pure samples.

Affiliations: 1: Cawthron Institute, Nelson, New Zealand; 2: Entomology Division, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Nelson, N.Z.


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