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Disc Electrophoresis of Female Proteins of British and Peruvian Potato Cyst-Nematode Populations, Globodera Spp

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The protein patterns of immature females of British and Peruvian populations of potato cyst-nematodes Globodera spp. developing on potato plants grown under 12 and 16 hr daylength were compared by disc electrophoresis. Protein patterns of populations of G. rostochiensis were similar but differences were found between the British and Peruvian populations of G. pallida, G. pallida populations possessed common bands which differed from those found in G. rostochiensis. The protein patterns of immature females differ from those described by earlier workers. No changes in protein patterns were observed as a result of changes in daylength.

Affiliations: 1: Rothamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden, Hertfordshire AL5 2JQ, England


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