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Further Studies On the Population Development of Ditylenchus Dipsaci and Aphelenchoides Ritzemabosi in Virus-Infected and Virus-Free Tobacco

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Young tobacco plants were artificially infected with various viruses and after 2 weeks inoculated with Ditylenchus dipsaci and Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi respectively. Six weeks after the inoculation the number of nematodes per plant was determined. D. dipsaci was inhibited by two and favoured by three viruses whereas A. ritzemabosi was inhibited by four and favoured by one virus only. The observations support the view that the negative or positive influence of a virus is due to the various physiological changes it causes in a plant and not to a direct influence on the nematodes which ingest the virus particles together with the cell contents.

Affiliations: 1: Biologische Bundesanstalt, D-44 Münster, Germany


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