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Morphometric Variation in Aphelenchus Avenae With Varied Nutrition and Time

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The effect of varied time, nutrient quantity, and species of fungus on taxonomic characters (L, a, b1, c, and V) of Aphelenchus avenae was investigated. The effect of these ecological alterations on morphometrics was variable; however, most characters varied significantly with changes of time and nutrients. Most morphometric changes occurred with increased time, and fewest changes with altered fungus. With changing environment, "V" values were the most stable character.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois, U.S.A.


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