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Research Article Open Access
In the present investigation when seedlings of tomato CV. Marglobe grown in soil with different soil moisture levels were inoculated with Meloidogyne incognita, it was observed that growth of the plant, root-knot development and multiplication of the nematode was highest at 40 percent moisture level. Out of several morphometric characters of perineal pattern studied, it was found that height of dorsal and ventral arches was significantly high in females grown in 30 and 40 percent moisture level as compared to those grown in 10 percent moisture level and therefore different characters to be used for diagnosis of species should be examined in the light of environmental settings.
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Author(s): Sheila Shahab
Meloidogyne Incognita, Soil Moisture, Morphmetric Characters, Root-Knot, Development Perineal Patterns, Dorsal Arch, Ventral Arch, Soil Contamination