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Infection mechanism and growth regulation in entomopathogenic nematodes, Steinernema spp


Infection mechanism and growth regulation in entomopathogenic nematodes, Steinernema spp



Biological pest control in systems of integrated pest management Proceedings of the International Symposium on "The use of Biological Control Agents under Integrated Pest Management": 28-39



The infection mechanism and growth regulation of steinernematid nematodes was studied in laboratory experiments conducted at 25 degrees C. Light- and electron-microscopic observations showed that infective juveniles (J3) of Steinernema carpocapsae invaded Spodoptera litura larvae not only via the mouth and/or anus, but also via a thin cuticular membrane of reversible vesicle.

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