carbohydrate-recognition domains on the surface of phytophagous nematodes.human red blood cells (hrbc) adhered to preparasitic second-stage juveniles (j2) of heterodera avenae, heterodera schachtii, meloidogyne javanica, pratylenchus mediterraneus, rotylenchulus reniformis, and tylenchulus semipenetrans over the entire nematode body. binding was conspicuously confined to the head and tail of longidorus cohni, xiphinema brevicolle, and xiphinema index. binding was ca2+ and mg2+ dependent. in contrast, hrbc did not adhere to anguina tritici, aphelenchoides subtenius, di ...19957895833
observations on the feeding and symptomatology of xiphinema and longidorus on selected host vitro feeding of xiphinema brevicolle, x. index and longidorus africanus on roots of host seedlings is described. both xiphinema spp. fed mainly along roots rather than at tips and up to several days at a single site. feeding of l. africanus was confined to root tips and lasted up to 15 min. no visible short term reaction of roots parasitized by the xiphinema spp. could be discerned, but both swelling and cessation of growth of root tips were observed within 20 hr after feeding by l. africanu ...197019322291
first report of xiphinema brevicolle lordello et costa, 1961 (nematoda, longidoridae) in japan.mixed populations of xiphinema americanum-group species were detected from a root zone soil sample of japanese holly, ilex crenata, during a survey for plant-parasitic nematodes of commercial ornamental plant nurseries in chiba prefecture, japan. from the result of the morphological study, the species were identified as xiphinema brevicolle and xiphinema sp. this is the first record of xiphinema brevicolle in japan. morphometrics of xiphinema brevicolle generally agree with those of the type spe ...201122259299
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