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Histological responses by wheat plants to infection by Hopolaimus sp



Histological responses by wheat plants to infection by Hopolaimus sp



Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 1978; 4: 123



Nematodes are found in the cortex of roots of wheat seedlings with variable numbers of root cortical cells destroyed by feeding and movement of the nematodes. Nematodes may feed superficially or be enclosed in root tissue. Cells at feeding sites contain light granular inclusions and adjacent cells may have darkened contents. Phloem conductive cells at the feeding site are usually occluded.

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