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Host range studies of Meloidogyne hapla in Taiwan



Host range studies of Meloidogyne hapla in Taiwan



Plant Disease, 656: 500-501



Vegetables, grasses, and ornamental plants belonging to 17 families, 51 genera, 83 species, 40 cultivars and 14 breeding lines were tested as hosts of Meloidogyne hapla. 54 species and 39 cultivars or breeding lines from 15 families were susceptible. 15 species were resistant and 29 were immune. 24 plant species were previously unrecorded hosts of M. hapla.

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