Heterodera

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Heterodera

[‚hed·ə′räd·ə·rə]
(invertebrate zoology)
The cyst nematodes, a genus of phytoparasitic worms that live in the internal root systems of many plants.
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Primary: - potato cyst nematodes (ami) with species determination, - global beet cyst nematode research with species determination, - rooted knot nematodes, - stengelaltjes, - free-living nematodes, - white rot.
DNA-marker assisted evaluation of potato genotypes for potential resistance to potato cyst nematode pathotypes not yet invading into Japan.
Several biochemical components of white and brown cysts in the cereal cyst nematode were measured and compared in our study.
Spatial variability: The spatial distribution of soybean cyst nematode in relation to soil texture and soil map unit.
It would be helpful in managing pigeonpea wilt complex disease through developing Fusarium resistant cultivars that hold resistance in the presence of the pigeonpea cyst nematode.
In 2013, the field trials conducted by the company showed that MBI-302, when applied as a seed treatment, reduced soybean cyst nematode numbers and enhanced soybean yields.
The partnership between the two companies will result in the roll-out of a solution to control soybean seed cyst nematode in the United States in 2014.
These traits protect the plants' yield from harmful pests such as soybean cyst nematode, Phytophthora root rot, brown stem rot, Chinese soybean aphid and frogeye leaf spot," Soper says.
For example, the corn-soybean rotation is not effective against the soybean cyst nematode because the nematode can survive for the year bet ween soybean crops.
Cam who has more than a decade of experience in nematology and agronomic traits, will focus on the soybean cyst nematode, she will also perform disease screening on all seed varieties licensed for Worldwide SoyTechnologies as well as soybean lines produced for HBK Seed.
30pm, and will focus particularly on soil management issues and combating Potato Cyst Nematode (PCN).