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Density Dependent Invasion and Early Establishment of Heterodera a Vena e aNd H. Schachtii

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Invasion of plant roots by juveniles of Heterodera avenae and H. schachtii during the first 24 hours after infection is density-dependent, but emergence after 115 hours from roots cultured hydroponically is density-independent. Density-dependent processes regulating population growth are therefore already acting at an early stage of the host-parasite relationship.

Affiliations: 1: Institut für Phytomedizin, Universität Hohenheim, D-7000 Stuttgart 70


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