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Histological studies of Meloidodera charis infecting ridgeseed euphorbia and okra and additional host range studies

Histological studies of Meloidodera charis infecting ridgeseed euphorbia and okra and additional host range studies

Nematropica 8: 12

Histopathological examination of Euphorbia glyptosperma and Hibiscus esculentus infected with Meloidodera charis showed extensive damage to both the vascular and cortical tissues. The larvae entered the root system of E. glyptosperma within 10 days and initiated giant cell formation. Giant cells were very large, unicellular and usually uninucleate. The cellular contents of giant cells were more granular and heavily stained than non-infected cells.

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