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Hatching of Heterodera Carotae and H. Avenae

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Hatching tests were done in Southern Italy using cysts of Heterodera carotae and H. avenae, and egg sacs of H. carotae. Juveniles hatched from eggs in newly formed cysts of the first species after 2 months whereas eggs in H. avenae cysts and H. carotae eggs sacs hatched promptly. High summer temperatures inhibited hatching but it commenced again in autumn, when the temperature dropped. Emergence from cysts of H. carotae was stimulated only by host plant root diffusate when incubated at a suitable temperature.

Affiliations: 1: Istituto di Nematologia Agraria, C.N.R. - 70126 Bari, Italy


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