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Histopathology and histochemistry of lesions caused by Pratylenchus penetrans in roots of forage legumes



Histopathology and histochemistry of lesions caused by Pratylenchus penetrans in roots of forage legumes



Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 3(3): 123-128



P. penetrans entered along the entire length of feeder roots of lucerne, red clover, and birdsfoot trefoil except root tips. Lesions first appeared as watersoaked areas which later became discoloured. Lesions coalesced and intensity of discolouration increased with time, the colour of lesions varying with the host. Nematodes fed in the cortex and never entered the stele although the stele became discoloured.

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DOI: 10.1080/07060668109501931



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