3 edition of Plant nematodes, their bionomics and control. found in the catalog.
Plant nematodes, their bionomics and control.
Jesse Roy Christie
by Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Florida in Gainesville
Written in English
|LC Classifications||SB998.N4 C47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 256 p.|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||59063519|
Get this from a library! Plant nematode problems and their control in the Near East region: proceedings of the Expert Consultation on Plant Nematode Problems and their Control in the Near East Region, Karachi, Pakistan, November [M A Maqbool; B R Kerry; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.;]. Lecture 13 - Different methods of Nematode Control Plant parasitic nematodes can be controlled by several methods. The nematode control aims to improve growth, quality and yield by keeping the nematode population below the economical threshold level. The control measures to be adopted should be profitable and cost effective.
Root knot nematodes, cyst nematodes, dagger nematodes, lesion nematodes, ring nematodes and other types of Plant Parasitic Nematodes are tiny, almost microscopic creatures that infest plant roots and cause a wide range of symptoms including stunting, witling, yellowing, reduction of flowering, fruit set, and fruit development, die-back and sometimes even plant death. The use of plants, or their extracts, for treatment of gastro-intestinal parasites in humans and livestock is steeped in antiquity. It was Claudius Galënus (AD –), a Greek physician of Pergamon, who received notoriety for applying medicines prepared from vegetable substances by infusion, or decoction.
This book covers control of the most important nematode pests of the world's crops, by all known, effective means. The nematodes and the damage they cause to plant tissues and to cops in situ are fully illustrated by line drawings and by black-and-white and colour photographs. During summer months when soil temperatures are 80 to 90?F, many plant nematodes complete their life cycle in about four weeks. Nematode Feeding and Host-Parasite Relationships. Plant parasitic nematodes feed on living plant tissues, using an oral stylet, a spearing device somewhat like a hypodermic needle, to puncture host cells.
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Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description. This book is an in-depth study of plant nematodes and discusses agrotechnical, physical, and chemical measures for the control of parasitic nematodes.
The most harmful pests (cyst-forming, gall, stem, and other nematodes) are described individually. In addition, contemporary methods for the study of nematodes are detailed.
A comprehensive bibliography is included.5/5(1). For successful gardening, nematode control is very essential. The most common of all the garden nematodes is root-knot nematode (as it causes knots to the roots of many vegetables).
Root-knot nematodes affect a vast range of plants including Potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, roses, etc. The nematode infection is more common in sandy soil. Plant disease - Plant disease - Nematode diseases: Root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne species) are well known because of the conspicuous “knots,” or gall-like swellings, they induce on roots.
More than 2, kinds of higher plants are subject to their attack. Losses are often heavy, especially in warm regions with long growing seasons. Painted daisy (Chrysanthemum coccineum) is useful for warding off nematode problems because it produces a botanical toxin that kills root marigold (Tagetes patula) produces a natural chemical that kills several types of nematodes, including the root-knot nematodes that attack carrots and many other vegetable ists have found that Tangerine, a dwarf.
Whiteflies: diversity, biosystematics and evolutionary pattersn. The morphology of whiteflies. Whitefly-plant relationships: behavoural and ecological aspects. Whitefly-plant relationships: plant resistance. Sampling and spatial patterns of whiteflies.
Whitefly population dynamics and modelling. Natural enemies of whiteflies: predators and parasitoids. An excellent book: "Plant Nematodes, their Bionomics and Control" ().
Benjamin G. Chitwood. Excellent works in morphology of different groups of nematodes. His outstanding works were presented in the book Two important books: "Plant Parasitic Nematodes and the Diseases they Cause" () and "Soil and Fresh Water Nematodes" (). Introduction to Research on Plant Nematology: An FAO Guide to the Study and Control of Plant-parasitic nematodes.
FAO, Rome, pp. Taylor, A. and J. Sasser. Christie, J. Plant nematodes: their bionomics and control. and W. Drew Company, Jacksonville, FL. 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.
When young nematodes burrow into plant roots their feeding stimulates the production of tumour like growths and these inhibit the plant's ability to take up water and nutrients. Root-knot nematodes are microscopic roundworms that can pierce the roots of certain plant species and lay their eggs inside the roots.
This gives the roots a “knotty” appearance (Figure 1 and Figure 2) and results in a wilted or stunted appearance of the whole plant. Xiphinema americanum (American dagger nematode) is a species of plant pathogenic is one of many species that belongs to the genus was first described by N.
Cobb inwho found it on both sides of the United States on the roots of grass, corn, and citrus trees. Not only is Xiphinema americanum known to vector plant viruses, but also X.
americanum has been. 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.
The efficient control of these pests depends on knowledge of their taxonomic diversity, bionomics, morphology, genetics, population dynamics, associations, host-parasite relationships, and. Plant nematodes attack crops worldwide, causing farmers millions of dollars in crop loss annually.
Nematodes also concern the home owner, causing | Explore the latest full-text research PDFs. He co-edited The Physiology and Biochemistry of Free-living and Plant-parasitic Nematodes (), Root-knot Nematodes (), Molecular and Physiological Basis of Nematode Survival (), the first () and second () editions of the text book, Plant Nematology and Cyst Nematodes () (all CAB International, UK).
Use of pepper crop residues for the control of root-knot nematodes. Bioresource Technology, 98, â€“ Cabrera J A, Wang D, Gerik J S, Gan J. Spot drip application of dimethyl disulfide as a post-plant treatment for the control of plant-parasitic nematodes and soilborne pathogens in grape production.
DOI link for Plant Nematodes. Plant Nematodes book. Methodology, Morphology, Systematics, Biology and Ecology. Plant Nematodes. DOI link for Plant Nematodes.
Plant Nematodes book. Methodology, Morphology, Systematics, Biology and Ecology. By M R Khan. Edition 1st Edition. First Published Rice is the most important crop in the world, predominantly in Asia, where more than 90% of the world's rice is grown and consumed.
Many plant-parasitic nematodes are associated with rice, and can be divided into two groups depending on their parasitic habits: the foliar parasites, feeding on stems, leaves and panicles; and the root parasites.
The most practical form of biological control is the use of nematode-resistant plants. In this control method, plant breeders cross natural nematode resistance genes into cultivated plant species to improve their resistance to nematodes. The benefit of this method is that it is a very inexpensive way for growers to control their nematode problems.