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Reproduction of Bursaphelenchus Lignicolus On Alfalfa Callus Tissues

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Pine wood nematode, Bursaphelenchus lignicolus, was successfully cultured on alfalfa callus tissues grown under sterile conditions on Riedel et al.'s medium composed of yeast extract, sucrose and 2,4-D. Attempts to propagate the nematode on callus tissues grown on Krusberg's medium lacking coconut milk and Hildebrandt et al.'s medium lacking NAA and coconut milk under the same conditions were unsuccessful.

Affiliations: 1: Government Forest Experiment Station, Meguro, Tokyo, Japan


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