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The variety of resistances among pine species to pine wood nematode, Bursaphelenchus lignicolus



The variety of resistances among pine species to pine wood nematode, Bursaphelenchus lignicolus



Bulletin, Kyoto University Forests (51): 23-36



In 1977, about 2000 nematodes per tree were inoculated into 600 trees of 30 pine species planted at the Kamigamo, Kyoto and Shirahama Experiment Stations of the Kyoto University Forest. Degree of oleoresin exudation (an early symptom of pine wilt disease) was recorded 2 and 5 wk after inoculation and other wilt symptoms were observed at intervals over 1 yr. In most trees oleoresin exudation decreased regardless of other symptoms.

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