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    Morphological, molecular, and differential-host characterization of Meloidogyne floridensis n. sp (Nematoda : Meloidogynidae), a root-knot nematode parasitizing peach in Florida
    Handoo, Z.A. ; Nyczepir, A.P. ; Esmenjaud, D. ; Beek, J.G. van; Castagnone-Sereno, P. ; Carta, L.K. ; Skantar, A.M. ; Higgins, J.A. - \ 2004
    Journal of Nematology 36 (2004)1. - ISSN 0022-300X - p. 20 - 35.
    myrobalan plum - enzyme phenotypes - perineal patterns - prunus-cerasifera - resistance - heteroderidae - rootstock - identification - polymorphism - javanica - descriptions - host range - hosts - morphology - morphotaxonomy - new species - parthenogenesis - peaches - plant pests - Meloidogyne - Meloidogyne arenaria - Meloidogyne chitwoodi - Meloidogyne fallax - Meloidogyne floridensis - Meloidogyne graminicola - Meloidogyne hapla - Meloidogyne incognita - Meloidogyne javanica - Prunus persica - Florida - Meloidogynidae - invertebrates - animals - eukaryotes - Prunus - Rosaceae - Rosales - dicotyledons - angiosperms - Spermatophyta - plants - Gulf States of USA - Southern States of USA - APEC countries - Developed Countries - North America - America - OECD Countries - South Atlantic States of USA - Southeastern States of USA - animal anatomy - nucleotide sequences - plant parasitic nematodes - nematoda - host parasite relationships - random amplified polymorphic DNA - taxonomy - USA - beschrijvingen - gastheerreeks - gastheren (dieren, mensen, planten) - morfologie - morfotaxonomie - nieuwe soorten - parthenogenese - perziken - plantenplagen - Meloidogyne - Meloidogyne arenaria - Meloidogyne chitwoodi - Meloidogyne fallax - Meloidogyne floridensis - Meloidogyne graminicola - Meloidogyne hapla - Meloidogyne incognita - Meloidogyne javanica - Prunus persica - Florida - Meloidogynidae - ongewervelde dieren - dieren - eukaryoten - Prunus - Rosaceae - Rosales - tweezaadlobbigen - bedektzadigen - Spermatophyta - planten - golfstaten van de VS - zuidelijke staten van de VS - APEC-landen - ontwikkelde landen - Noord-Amerika - Amerika - OESO-landen - zuid-Atlantische staten van de VS - zuidoostelijke staten van de VS - dieranatomie - nucleotidenvolgordes - plantenparasitaire nematoden - Nematoda - gastheer parasiet relaties - random amplified polymorphic DNA - taxonomie - VS
    A root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne floridensis n. sp., is described and illustrated from peach originally collected from Gainesville, Florida. This new species resembles M. incognita, M. christiei, M. graminicola, and M. hispanica, but with LM and SEM observations it differs from these species either by the body length, shape of head, tail and tail terminus of second-stage juveniles, body length and shape of spicules in males, and its distinctive female perineal pattern. This pattern has a high to narrowly rounded arch with coarsely broken and network-like striae in and around anal area, faint lateral lines interrupting transverse striae, a sunken vulva and anus, and large distinct phasmids. Molecular data from ribosomal IGS illustrate that M. floridensis n. sp. is different from the mitotic species M. arenaria, M. incognita, and M. javanica. Data from RAPDs confirm it and suggest that this new species lies in an intermediate phylogenetic position between the previous species and the meiotic species M. hapla, M. fallax, and M. chitwoodi. Differential host tests based on annual crops and on Prunus accessions are reported.
    Effects of two herbicides and one fungicide on field margins : continuation of a study with the EPOP-model
    Riemens, M.M. ; Uffing, A.J.M. ; Kempenaar, C. ; Dueck, T.A. - \ 2004
    Wageningen : Plant Research International (PRI) (Nota / Plant Research International 329) - 50
    herbiciden - fungiciden - vegetatie - randeffecten - velden - biomassa - eenzaadlobbigen - tweezaadlobbigen - nederland - herbicides - fungicides - vegetation - border effects - fields - biomass - monocotyledons - dicotyledons - netherlands
    Foliar absorption of crop protection agents: influence of cpa properties, formulation and plant species : a literature study for the Dutch research programme pesticides and the environment (DWK-359) theme B-2
    Ruiter, H. de; Kempenaar, C. ; Blom, M. - \ 2004
    Wageningen : Plant Research International (Report / Plant Research International 77) - 26
    4-cpa - opname via bladeren - formuleringen - veldgewassen - eenzaadlobbigen - tweezaadlobbigen - 4-cpa - foliar uptake - formulations - field crops - monocotyledons - dicotyledons
    Rotylenchulus borealis n.sp. with a key to the species of Rotylenchulus
    Loof, P.A.A. ; Oostenbrink, M. - \ 1962
    Nematologica 7 (1962)1. - ISSN 0028-2596 - p. 83 - 90.
    differentiële diagnose - vruchten - nieuwe combinatie - nieuwe soorten - boomgaarden - wortels - bodem - aardbeien - Fragaria - Nederland - Rosaceae - Rosales - tweezaadlobbigen - bedektzadigen - Spermatophyta - planten - eukaryoten - Benelux - ontwikkelde landen - landen van de Europese Unie - Koninkrijk der Nederlanden - OESO-landen - West-Europa - Europa - Balkan - Zuid-Europa - Middellandse-Zeegebied - Joegoslavië - taxonomie - differential diagnosis - fruits - new combination - new species - orchards - roots - soil - strawberries - Fragaria - Netherlands - Rosaceae - Rosales - dicotyledons - angiosperms - Spermatophyta - plants - eukaryotes - Benelux - Developed Countries - European Union Countries - Kingdom of the Netherlands - OECD Countries - Western Europe - Europe - Balkans - Southern Europe - Mediterranean Region - Yugoslavia - taxonomy
    Rotylenchulus borealis n.sp. is described and illustrated from specimens collected from the roots of grasses near Arnhem, Netherlands. Dimensions of males and of immature and mature females are given. The species occurs in other localities in the Netherlands and has been found in soil around plum, apple and strawberry roots; a single immature female has also been recorded from a potato field in Yugoslavia. Adult females of R. borealis occur predominantly only on the roots of grasses near fruit trees-possibly this is because the soil type of most large Dutch orchards is suitable for the nematode. A key to the 6 described species of Rotylenchulus and a differential diagnosis for R. borealis are given. R. leiperi is cited as a new combination for Leiperotylenchus leiperi Das, 1960. T.D.W.
    Der Transport von Pratylenchiu penetrans (Nematoda) mit Pflanzgut. [English title not available]
    Oostenbrink, M. - \ 1957
    Zeitschrift fuer Pflanzenkrankheiten Pflanzenpathologie und Pflanzenschutz 64 (1957)7/10. - ISSN 0044-3271 - p. 484 - 490.
    parasieten - aardappelen - wortels - bodem - knollen - Pratylenchus - Pratylenchus penetrans - Solanum tuberosum - ongewervelde dieren - dieren - eukaryoten - Pratylenchidae - Solanum - Solanaceae - Solanales - tweezaadlobbigen - bedektzadigen - Spermatophyta - planten - plantenparasitaire nematoden - Nematoda - plantmateriaal - parasites - potatoes - roots - soil - tubers - Pratylenchus - Pratylenchus penetrans - Solanum tuberosum - invertebrates - animals - eukaryotes - Pratylenchidae - Solanum - Solanaceae - Solanales - dicotyledons - angiosperms - Spermatophyta - plants - plant parasitic nematodes - nematoda - planting stock
    Pratylenchus penetrans and P. pratensis were shown not to be parasites of the potato tuber although potato roots can harbour considerable populations. Normally stored tubers from infested fields would not be a source of infestation. Nursery stock of various trees can be a carrier of the eelworms, particularly P. penetrans, but if planted in nematode-free soil the stock produces healthy roots and little, if any, damage is caused. J.B.G.
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