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Susceptibility of some Australian acacias to the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne javanica



Susceptibility of some Australian acacias to the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne javanica



Annales des Sciences Forestieres 54(2): 181-190



The susceptibility of seven Australian acacias (Acacia hilliana, A. holosericea, A. lysiphloia, A. mangium, A. sclerosperma, A. trachycarpa and A. tumida) to Meloidogyne javanica has been studied with different rates of nematode inoculums (100, 500 and 1000 juveniles per pot). All these Acacia species are susceptible to the root-knot nematode. A. sclerosperma, A. hilliana, A. holosericea and A. mangium are better hosts for M. javanica than A. trachycarpa, A. tumida and A. lysiphloia. The root-knot nematode only inhibits the development of A. holosericea and stimulates the growth of A. tumida. A negative effect of the nematode has been measured with the nitrogen fixation with A. mangium and A. holosericea but, on the contrary, M. javanica stimulates this symbiosis with A. tumida and A. hilliana. In this case, it can be calculated that 1 mg of dry weight of nodule induces 98 and 88 mg of shoot dry weight respectively.

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