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The development of the citrus nematode on some of its hosts
Year:
1965
Source of publication :
Nematologica
Authors :
Cohn, Eli
;
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Volume :
11
Co-Authors:
Cohn, E., The Volcani Institute of Agricultural Research, Rehovot, Israel
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From page:
593
To page:
600
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Total pages:
8
)
Abstract:
In studies on the host range of the citrus nematode in Israel, four new hosts - Calodendrium capensis, Citrus volkameriana, Ruta bracteosa and R. graveolens - were recorded. Severinia buxifolia, when reared in an agar medium, was found to support egg-laying females of the nematode, but failed to do so when grown in soil. In inoculation trials, the minimum time required (at 24° C) for completion of the nematode life-cycle on Poncirus trifoliata was 14 weeks; on R. bracteosa, 10 weeks; on S. buxifolia, grown in vitro, 9.5 weeks; and on C. aurantium and C. limettioides, 7 weeks. More nematodes completed their life cycle during a given period of time on C. limettioides than on C. aurantium. The differences in the host status of the various plant species are discussed. © 1965 BRILL.
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DOI :
10.1163/187529265X00744
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Scopus
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Language:
English
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21495
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The development of the citrus nematode on some of its hosts
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Cohn, E., The Volcani Institute of Agricultural Research, Rehovot, Israel
The development of the citrus nematode on some of its hosts
In studies on the host range of the citrus nematode in Israel, four new hosts - Calodendrium capensis, Citrus volkameriana, Ruta bracteosa and R. graveolens - were recorded. Severinia buxifolia, when reared in an agar medium, was found to support egg-laying females of the nematode, but failed to do so when grown in soil. In inoculation trials, the minimum time required (at 24° C) for completion of the nematode life-cycle on Poncirus trifoliata was 14 weeks; on R. bracteosa, 10 weeks; on S. buxifolia, grown in vitro, 9.5 weeks; and on C. aurantium and C. limettioides, 7 weeks. More nematodes completed their life cycle during a given period of time on C. limettioides than on C. aurantium. The differences in the host status of the various plant species are discussed. © 1965 BRILL.
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