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The Development of the citrus nematode on some of its hosts
Year:
1966
Source of publication :
Nematologica
Authors :
כהן, עלי
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Volume :
11
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Abstract:

The citrus nematode, Tylenchulus .remipenetran.r Cobb, is not considered to be a particularly polyphagous parasite. Although its distribution is world wide, its host range appears to be confined mainly to species of Citrus and related genera. Vilardebo & Luc (1961), in a recent survey of available data, listed only 13 noncitrus botanical genera which serve as hosts of the citrus nematode. Of these, 7 belong to the Rutaceae family. However, there are considerable differences among many of these hosts in their natural infestation rates (Baines, Bitters & Clarke, 1960). In addition to recording a study of the host range in Israel of T. selnipenetrans, this paper attempts to evaluate the relative efficiency of certain plant species as hosts of the nematode and to consider some of the factors that determine host status

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DOI :
https://doi.org/10.1163/187529265X00744 Keywords:
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גוגל סקולר
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Language:
אנגלית
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The Development of the citrus nematode on some of its hosts
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The Development of the citrus nematode on some of its hosts

The citrus nematode, Tylenchulus .remipenetran.r Cobb, is not considered to be a particularly polyphagous parasite. Although its distribution is world wide, its host range appears to be confined mainly to species of Citrus and related genera. Vilardebo & Luc (1961), in a recent survey of available data, listed only 13 noncitrus botanical genera which serve as hosts of the citrus nematode. Of these, 7 belong to the Rutaceae family. However, there are considerable differences among many of these hosts in their natural infestation rates (Baines, Bitters & Clarke, 1960). In addition to recording a study of the host range in Israel of T. selnipenetrans, this paper attempts to evaluate the relative efficiency of certain plant species as hosts of the nematode and to consider some of the factors that determine host status

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