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The Biology of Meloidogyne Naasi

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Meloidogyne naasi one-celled eggs required 15-17 days at 22-26°C to develop into second-stage larvae. The first molt occurred inside the egg 8 1/2-11 days after the first cleavage. Larvae became sedentary in 2-3 days after penetration. Sex differentiation first became apparent on the 12th day, and the second molt was first observed on the 18th day. All three superimposed molts followed each other between the 18th and 24th day. Oviposition started between the 30th and 35th day after penetration of the host plant. At 26° day and 20° night temperature, the life cycle of M. naasi on wheat, var. Pawnee, was completed in 39-51 days.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Plant Pathology, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, U.S.A.


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