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Attack of tulip by hybrids of tulip and narcissus races of Ditylenchus dipsaci



Attack of tulip by hybrids of tulip and narcissus races of Ditylenchus dipsaci



Nematologica 20(2): 269-270



Daffodil leaves were each inoculated with one male and one female Ditylenchus dipsaci using all of the 4 possible combinations of the tulip (T) and Narcissus (N) nematode races and the offspring of the crosses were collected 8 to 12 weeks later. Tulip leaves subsequently inoculated with 4th-stage larvae from the offspring of male T X female N or male N X female T developed symptoms similar to those caused by the pure tulip race. However tulip bulbs developed symptoms of attack comparable to those of the pure tulip race only when inoculated with the offspring of the cross male N X female T.

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