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Histopathology and physiology of syncytia

Histopathology and physiology of syncytia

Root knot nematodes Meloidogyne species; systematics, biology and control: 155-170

The mechanism of gall formation and the possible involvement of plant hormones in galling are discussed. Changes in structure of the oesophageal glands of Meloidogyne juveniles in the early stages of parasitism are described and the relationship of these changes in ultrastructure and physiology to syncytia initiation are discussed. The growth and development of syncytia in relation to the nematode life cycle and the physiological influence of syncytia on the host plant are considered.

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