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Development and Structure of Populations of Ditylenchus Myceliophagus as Affected By Temperature

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Laboratory populations of Ditylenchus myceliophagus had a sigmoid growth curve. The most rapid population increase occurred at 25°C with slower increases at 30°, 20° and 15°. The structure of the populations changed with time: the ratio of adults to larvae, at each temperature, showed fluctuations which appeared to reflect generation time in the population while the ratio of males to females appeared more closely connected with stage of population development at each temperature.

Affiliations: 1: Waite Agricultural Research Institute, Adelaide, South Australia


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