1 edition of Atlas of plant parasitic nematodes of Spain found in the catalog.
Atlas of plant parasitic nematodes of Spain
|Statement||general editor: T.J.W. Alphey ; data management and computer processing: P.B. Topham and A. Bello ; distribution of criconematidae: A. Bello, distribution of longidoridae: M. Arias.|
|Contributions||European Plant Parasitic Nematode Survey, Alphey, T. J. W., Topham, P. B., Bello, A., European Plant Parasitic Nematode Survey|
|LC Classifications||SB998N4 A84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
PD Plant-parasitic Nematodes and Their Management CTAHR — Dec. 2 occur from 8 to 20 inches (20–50 cm) deep in the soil. Both large fields and small plantings such as home gardens should be sampled in a systematic, zigzag pat-tern. This sampling should consist of at least 15–20 cores.
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This book aims to help people working commercially with crop plants to identify and improve their diagnosis of nematodes of agricultural importance. There is an introductory chapter on nematode biology and parasitism, and the crops they are likely to attack.
Plant Nematology; R. Perry and M. Moens (, 2nd Edition). The emphasis of this volume is on plant parasites and insights gained through research on other nematodes.
In particular, the book explains the anatomical, developmental, behavioral, and genetic Atlas of plant parasitic nematodes of Spain book on the free-living nematode Cenorhabditis elegans Book Edition: 1. This fully updated second edition covers all aspects of practical plant nematology in subtropical and tropical agriculture.
It covers the major food and cash crops including; rice, cereals, solanum and sweet potatoes and other root and tuber crops, food legumes, vegetables, peanut, citrus, tree and fruit crops, coconut and other palms, coffee, cocoa, tea, bananas, sugarcane, tobacco, pineapple Reviews: 2. Book: The biology of plant parasitic nematodes.
+ pp. Abstract: There is an undoubted need for a book dealing with the biological aspects of this young and developing branch of science and Dr.
Wallace's volume is doubly welcome in that is makes no attempt to conceal the many gaps in the existing knowledge but is at pains to Cited by: The current volume focuses on a number of areas that are of importance in the area of plant parasitic nematode soil ecology, based on the multitrophic interactions between plant, nematodes and natural enemies, and also host parasite interactions, plant – nematode, nematode – natural enemy, that can now be dissected at the molecular level.
This practically orientated book describes methods for evaluating the resistance and tolerance of plant cultivars to parasitic nematodes, and provides specific instructions on all phases of resistance screening.
With the current emphasis on decreasing the use of chemical nematicides, this book is a timely addition to the subject. Biological Control of Plant-parasitic Nematodes (2nd edition). BOOK REVIEW. G.R. Stirling., pp. ISBN Wallingford, UK. CAB International. This book aims to help people working commercially with crop plants to identify and improve their diagnosis of nematodes of agricultural importance.
There is an introductory chapter on nematode biology and parasitism, and the crops they are likely to attack. Plant Parasitic Nematodes Classifications and Description by North Carolina State University File Type: Online Number of Pages: NA Description This lecture notes explains the following topics: Introduction to Nematodes, Lifecycles, Classifications and Descriptions, Control Strategies, Plant Parasites, Evolutionary Adaptations and Most Damaging Plant Parasitic Nematodes.
Plant-parasitic nematodes are costly burdens of crop production. Ubiquitous in nature, phytoparasitic nematodes are associated with nearly every important agricultural crop and represent a significant constraint on global food security. Root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) cyst nematodes (Heterodera and Globodera spp.) and lesion nematodes (Pratylenchus spp.) rank at the top of list of.
Some plant parasitic nematodes (PPNs) are capable of causing disease on many economically important crops grown in India and attained the status of pests for substantial reduction of crop yield.
Book Description The Biology of Nematodes synthesizes knowledge of the biology of free-living, plant-parasitic, and animal-parasitic nematodes. Contributed works by recognized researchers apply groundbreaking molecular techniques, many of which resulted from work on Caenorhabditis elegans, toward new approaches to the study of nematode worms.
Plant parasitic nematodes are one of the limiting factors for production of major crops worldwide. Overall, they cause an estimated annual crop loss of $78 billion worldwide and an average 10–15% crop yield losses.
This imposes a challenge to sustainable production of food worldwide. Unsustainable cropping production with monocultures, intensive planting, and expansion of crops to. Plant Parasitic Nematodes, Volume III provides a comprehensive discussion of the different advances in plant nematology.
This includes biochemical techniques to taxonomy and innovation in transmission and scanning electron microscopy technology. It explains a broadened basis for understanding nematode physiology and behavior and the sensory mechanisms that govern nematode actions and plant.
The chapter concludes with a list of all the plant-parasitic nematode genera reported from South Africa plus a list of additional new and known species reported from South Africa since a previous report was published in in the book by Kleynhans et al.
titled Plant nematodes in South Africa. The four-year programme entitled `Resistance mechanisms against plant-parasitic nematodes' focused on molecular aspects of the interaction between sedentary nematodes and plants on the model system Arabidopsis and on novel resistance strategies.
Funding was provided mainly for exchange visits between collaborating laboratories and for the. This book covers the following topics: The Ameba, The Ciliates, Coccidia, and Microsporidia, The Flagellates, The Cestodes (Tapeworms), The Nematodes (Roundworms), The Trematodes (Flukes), Unusual Tissue Dwelling Nematodes, Larval Cestodes and Nematodes which Infect Man, Malaria, The Blood Nematodes, Babesia, Trypanosomes, and Leishmania, Arthropod Vectors, Artifacts and Confounders.
In: Aplhey T.J.W. (Ed) Atlas of plant parasitic nematodes of France. Dundee: Scottish Crop Research Institute, pp. 27 – 43 Dundee: Scottish Crop Research Institute, pp. 27 – 43 Seinhorst, J.W. (): A redescription of the male of Trichodorus primitivus (de Man), and the description of. Plant parasitic nematodes feed on living plant tissues, using an oral stylet, a spearing device somewhat like a hypodermic needle, to puncture host cells.
Many, probably all, plant nematodes inject enzymes into a host cell before feeding to partially digest the cell contents before they are sucked into the gut.  Renčo, M., Valocká, B.
(): Communities of soil and plant nematodes in sugar beet growing areas of the Slovak Republic. Biologia, Bratislava, –  Sabová, M., Valocká, B. (): Free living and plant parasitic nematodes from cereal areas of. In this research, we aimed to unravel the diversity of plant-parasitic nematodes (PPN) associated with cultivated olive (Olea europaea subsp.
europaea var. europaea) in southern Spain, Andalusia. The olive growing area of Andalusia is of high agriculture and socio-economic importance with an extensive distribution of this crop.
Note: Some experts contend that 90% of nematodes are marine, making plant and animal parasites by comparison a tiny minority.
Additionally, students should be aware that most plant parasitic nematodes are not agricultural pests but simply a part of natural ecosystems. 9.) Etiological Agents of Plant Diseases. For each pathogen group, the. Economic importance of plant-parasitic nematodes. Characteristicas of nematodes.
Typical life-cycle and kinds of plant-parasitic species. Plant-nematode relationships. Distribution and means of spread. Interactions between nematodes and plant disease-causing fungi, bacteria, and viruses. Effective and widely used management practices. In this Nematodes Distribution Atlas, the information belonging to Asom, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal where AICRP on Plant Parasitic Nematode with Integrated Approach for their Control centres are located has been included.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: EditorialIntroduction and sponsorsManagement of nematode crop pests, Precision Agriculture and GPS, Global comparative nematode management, Nematode management in subsistence farming, Quarantine nematodes, Organic amendments for the management of plant, parasitic.
Most of the plant-pathogenic nematodes (referred to sim-ply as nematodes from here) feed on plant roots, although some less common ones feed in various aboveground plant parts.
The root-feeding nematodes are either ectoparasites (Figure ), which feed from outside the root, or endoparasites (Figure ), which feed from inside the root.
Soil and plant parasitic nematodes were sampled from the top 10 cm of a luvisol in dry grassland north of Madrid (Central Spain). A natural pasture and two grazed pastures which had been cropped with rye 1 and 6 yr before, respectively, were compared by multivariate statistical analysis of the nematode fauna.
By tradition, the study of nematodes parasitic to man and animals is called "helminthology," and the study of plant-parasitic and free-living nema- todes is called "nematology." Papers, symposia, and informal discussions on nematode diseases of plants have been presented for many years at annual meetings of the American Phytopathological Society.
Plant parasitic nematodes often establish unique, sophisticated relationships with their hosts, dramatically influencing plant productivity. This book reviews the most recent developments in the molecular biology of plant-nematode interactions that have been driven by.
At least 2 species of plant-parasitic nematodes have been described, characterized by the presence of a stylet, which is used for penetration of host plant tissue. Most attack roots and underground parts of plants, but some are able to feed on leaves and flowers. Plant-parasitic nematodes are of great economic importance.
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For water reuse, current regulations set the criteria for biological quality that pose a risk to public health (E. coli, intestinal nematodes eggs, Legionella spp., etc.), regardless the control of certain organisms, such as plant-parasitic nematodes, that can cause diseases in crops and great economic losses in the agricultural sector.
This. Plant Disease Plant Disease Plant-Parasitic Nematodes Infecting Grapevine in Southern Spain and Susceptible Reaction to Root-Knot Nematodes of Rootstocks Reported as Moderately Resistant.
Nematodes can damage all parts of their host plants, although according to their life style, individual species target the roots, stems, leaves, flowers, or seeds. There are about 31% of known species of nematodes are parasites of vertebrates , while 16% are parasites of plants.
Atlas and Manual of Plant Pathology - Ebook written by E.H. Barnes. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Atlas and Manual of Plant Pathology.
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Background. Plant-parasitic nematodes (PPN) are major crop pests. On olive (Olea europaea), they significantly contribute to economic losses in the top-ten olive producing countries in the world especially in nurseries and under cropping diversity and the structure of PPN communities respond to environmental and anthropogenic forces.
Plant-parasitic nematodes display a wide variety of interactions with their hosts. All have hollow, protrusible stylets, or mouth spears,used to penetrate cells to allow feeding and,for endopara-sitic forms,entry into the host (Fig.
1).Some nematodes are migra. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Based on proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Morphological Identification of Plant-parasitic Nematode Genera, held June, in Raleigh, North Carolina"--Verso title page.
Cellular and Molecular Aspects of Plant-Nematode Interactions (Developments in Plant Pathology Book 10) - Kindle edition by C.
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The emphasis of this volume is on plant parasites and insights gained through research on other nematodes. In particular, the book explains the anatomical, developmental, behavioral, and genetic studies on the free-living nematode Cenorhabditis elegans, which is a widely used laboratory model for examining various biological problems.Introduction to Research on Plant Nematology: An FAO Guide to the Study and Control of Plant-parasitic nematodes.
FAO, Rome, pp. Taylor, A. L. and J. N. Sasser. Author: C. Fenoll Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: Get Books In a Concerted Action Programme (CAP) was initiated by Peter Sijmons with the purpose of intensifying collaborations between 16 European laboratories working on plant-parasitic nematodes.