Plant parasitic nematodes.

Root-knot nematodes are plant-parasitic nematodes from the genus Meloidogyne. They occur in soil in parts with hot climates or short winters. Associates of the phylum Nematodes (round worms) have been in existence for an assessed one billion years, making them one of the most early and varied types of animals on earth (Wang et al. 1999). About 2000 plants international are susceptible to infection by root-knot nematodes and them because approximately 5% of global crop loss.

  • Life cycle and reproduction
  • Nematode feeding and host parasite relations
  • Diagnosing Nematode Problems
  • Nematode Biology
  • Nematode Survival Strategies
  • Nematode Dissemination
  • Plant-Nematode Interactions
  • Plant Nematode Control

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