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The Effect of Nematicides On Feeding, Posture and Dispersal of Aphelenchus a Venae

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Observations on the effect of aldicarb and phorate on adult female Aphelenchus avenae in vitro indicated that there was no mortality over a 24-hour period. In solutions of 25 ppm aldicarb or 23 ppm phorate, abnormal stylet and median bulb activity, the adoption of coiled postures and a gradual decrease in the rate of dispersal was observed. These effects, however, were reversible if treated nematodes were allowed to recover in water for 24 hours.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology and Applied Entomology, Imperial College, London University, London, S.W. 7, England


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