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Differential histological response of selected Cicer bijugum and C. arietinum lines to Heterodera ciceri



Differential histological response of selected Cicer bijugum and C. arietinum lines to Heterodera ciceri



Nematologia Mediterranea 18(2): 165-167



Three lines of Cicer bijugum and one of C. arietinum were evaluated for their reaction to H. ciceri. All lines of C. bijugum were resistant to the nematode but the C. arietinum line was highly susceptible. Cross sections of roots of lines of C. bijugum infected by the nematode showed necrotic tissues, undersized or absent syncytial cell formation surrounding the head of the nematode, and suppression of nematode development.

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