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Differences in Resistant Capsicum Annuum Attacked By Different Meloidogyne Species

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A comparison of the responses of two resistant lines of Capsicum annuum with those of a cultivar "Doux Long des Landes" susceptible to infection by the root-knot nematodes Meloidogyne incognita, M. arenaria, M. javanica and M. sp. "Seville" population, was carried out under greenhouse conditions (max. 30°C). Fewer M. incognita juveniles penetrated the roots of the resistant peppers, especially those of PM 687. In this line the necrotic reaction arose immediately after nematodes penetrated the roots. When PM 217 was infected with M. incognita or some M. arenaria, occasionally imperfect giant cells developed with which a few immature females were sometimes associated. PM 687 is susceptible to the Seville population while 217 is highly resistant. Close correlations were found between these observations and those obtained with five genes previously identified as conferring resistance to root-knot nematodes.

Affiliations: 1: I.N.R.A. Station de Recherches de Nématologie et de Génétique Moleculaire des Invertebrés, 123, boulevard Francis Meilland, 06606 Antibes, France


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