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Record number 527291
Title Over de betekenis van vrijlevende wortelaaltjes in land- en tuinbouw with a summary: on the significance of migratory root eelworms in agriculture and horticulture
Author(s) Oostenbrink, M.
Source Verslagen en mededelingen / Plantenziektenkundige Dienst (1954). - ISSN 0169-8346 - p. 1 - 38.
Department(s) Laboratory of Nematology
Publication type Article in professional journal
Publication year 1954
Keyword(s) plantenparasitaire nematoden - paratylenchus - pratylenchus - hoplolaimus - tylenchorhynchus - rotylenchus - vrijlevende nematoden - plantenziekten - nederland - plant parasitic nematodes - free living nematodes - plant diseases - netherlands
Categories Free-living Nematodes / Plant Parasitic Nematodes
Abstract Oostenbrink presents evidence showing the role of the migratory root eelworms, mostly species of Pratylenchus, Paratylenchus and Hoplolaimus, in causing damage to agricultural and horticultural crops in Holland. In Holland there appear to be seven species of Pratylenchus, viz., P. pratensis, P. penetrara, P. thornei, a species close to P. scribneri and three species close to P. minyus. Tylenchorhynchus spp. and Rotylenchus erythrinae were also found. The damage done by these eelworms is often considerable.
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