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Influence of Cu++ Ions On Trichodorus Pachydermus and an Extraction Method To Obtain Active Specimens

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During virus transmission experiments with nematodes, many specimens of Trichodorus pachydermus Seinhorst showed little or no motility after extraction from soil by the method of Oostenbrink (1960). These nematodes were useless for experiments. Experiments were carried out to determine the reason for this reduced activity. As a result, it was possible to change the usual extraction procedure so that active T. pachydermus nematodes could be obtained. In a pot experiment, the influence of tap water containing Cu++ ions on the population development of T. pachydermus was determined and compared with the influence of distilled water.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratory of Virology, State Agricultural University, Wageningen, the Netherlands


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