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Histopathology of Pratylenchus scribneri and P. alleni on soybean roots



Histopathology of Pratylenchus scribneri and P. alleni on soybean roots



Nematropica 8: 1



The size of lesions caused by Pratylenchus scribneri in roots of soybean Clark 63 was directly correlated with the size of the nematode population. Histological sections through the roots taken 5, 11, 18 and 45 days after infection with P. scribneri revealed all life cycle stages inside the cortical cells. The tissue surrounding the nematodes was necrotic. The cytoplasm of invaded cells had disappeared or was scanty and displaced to the periphery of the cell, and the cell walls were thickened.

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