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Host status differences and their relevance to damage by Meloidogyne incognita



Host status differences and their relevance to damage by Meloidogyne incognita



Nematology 1(4): 421-432



Four populations of M. incognita were tested on 57 species of plants from temperate and tropical regions under glasshouse conditions. Juveniles of one or more populations invaded and induced galls on almost all plants. Except for the population from the West Indies which induced most galls on Nicotiana spp., there was no obvious relationship between the origins of populations and their ability to induce galls on plants from particular regions.

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DOI: 10.1163/156854199508315



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