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Temperature and the Expression of Damage Caused By Pratylenchus Penetrans in Flue-Cured Tobacco

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Plants of flue-cured tobacco grown on Fox loamy sand in either the presence or absence of Pratylenchus penetrans grew better at higher than at lower temperatures. At 13° leaf-growth curves of plants grown on infested and non-infested soil diverged, whereas at 18° and 23° the curves showed an early divergence but had converged by the end of the 5 wk post-transplant period. The dry weights of tops of infested plants grown at 13° and 23° were, respectively, 38% and 13% less than those of non-infested plants. The dry weights of roots of infested plants were similar to those of non-infested plants at 13° but were substantially greater at 18° and 23°.

Affiliations: 1: ) Research Station, Research Branch, Agriculture Canada, Vineland Station, Ontario, Canada LOR 2E0


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