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Browning of chrysanthemum leaves infested with Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi






Nematalogica, 6: 7-16

Browning of chrysanthemum leaves infested with Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi



Accession: 038030634

DOI: 10.1163/187529261x00225



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Wallace, H.R., 1961: Browning of chrysanthemum leaves infested with ApheUnehotdes ritzemabosi. The rate of browning of infected chrysanthemum leaves increased with relative humidity and the number of Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi. The eelworm is the primary cause of leaf discoloration although the brown sections may contain a distinct fungal p...

Hesling, J.J.; Wallace, H.R., 1961: Observations on the susceptibility of chrysanthemum varieties infested at two different times wth chrysanthemum eelworm, Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi. Nematologica, 6: 64-68

Hesling, J.J.; Wallace, H.R., 1961: Observations on the susceptibility of chrysanthemum varieties infested at two different times with chrysanthemum eelworm, Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi. The susceptibilities of chrysanthemum varieties to A. ritzema-bosi, assessed from a field experiment in 1959, were confirmed in 1960. Many plants infested in March were subsequently destroyed by eelworm, whereas infestations in August had no effec...

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Hirling W., 1971: On the technique of the study of leaf nematodes aphelenchoides fragariae and aphelenchoides ritzemabosi on strawberry plants and chrysanthemum leaves. Anzeiger fuer Schaedlingskunde und Pflanzenschutz 44(11): 171-174

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Gill, J.S.; Uppal, D.S., 1977: Phenolic and sugar contents of Zinnia elegans leaves infested with Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi. Analysis of leaves of Zinnia elegans infested with Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi showed a higher concentration of total phenols, ortho-dihydroxy phenols, total sugars and reducing sugars than in uninfested leaves.

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