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Heterodera Solanacearum N. Sp., a Parasite of Solanaceous Plants 1)

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Heterodera solanacearum n. sp. in the Piedmont region of Virginia is described as a parasite of solanaceous plants. It is distinguished in the female by the angle (d) between the stylet and the anterior face of the dorsal knob of approximately 108° ; by the fenestra which is barrel-shaped with convex ends; and an average Granek's ratio of 2.2. The breadth of the grooves of the posterior cyst wall is highly variable with the greatest breadth equal to or usually greater than breadth of adjacent ridge. The color of "young" cysts formed from the yellow females is equivalent to Munsell's 2.5 yellow-red hue and a 6/12 light strength/chroma notation.

Affiliations: 1: Virginia Polytechnic Institue & State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, U.S.A.


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