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Pathogenicity and Histopathology of Hoplolaimus Indi Cus On Sugarcane

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Sugarcane growth was markedly reduced when 1,000 Hoplolaimus indicus were added to plants in a 15 cm diameter pot. At this population density, the root system of the plant was reduced and young laterals had reddish-brown lesions. Histopathology of these roots indicates that the nematodes penetrated cells with the aid of their stylets. These damaged cortical cells were filled with a reddish-brown substance. The main body of the nematode was in the cortical cells and oriented towards the root tip and vascular system.

Affiliations: 1: Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research, Lucknow-2, India


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