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Differences in Egress of Male and Female Pratylenchus penetrans from Pea Roots

Differences in Egress of Male and Female Pratylenchus penetrans from Pea Roots

Journal of Nematology 22(4): 614-617

In vitro experiments showed that males of P. penetrans were more likely than females to exit host pea roots and move to the root explants inoculated with the opposite sex. The experiment was repeated in sterile soil using intact seedlings and showed that no nematodes moved from inoculated to uninoculated (control) roots.

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