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The Influence of Aeration On Survival and Hatch of Nieloidogyne j av aNica

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There is a linear relationship between rate of hatch of eggs of M. javanica and oxygen concentration over the range 5% O2, 15% CO2 80% N2 to 20% O2, 80% N2. No hatch occurred in the absence of oxygen. Increasing the time in an oxygen-free atmosphere reduced the subsequent hatch in aerated water. After 2 days without oxygen there was a marked decrease in the subsequent hatch due to the susceptibility of embryonated eggs to anaerobic conditions. It is concluded that low aeration due to waterlogging or soil depth may have a contrasting dual effect; it may kill embryos but it also maintains infectivity in larvae by inducing quiescence.

Affiliations: 1: Division of Horticultural Research, C.S.I.R.O., Glen Osmond, South Australia


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