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Plant-parasitic nematodes

A A. Paramonov

Plant-parasitic nematodes

by A A. Paramonov

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Published by I.P.S.T. in Jerusalem .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranslated from the Russian. edited by K. Skrjabin.
ContributionsSkrjabin, K. I., Akademiya NaukSSSR. Gel"mintologicheskaya Laboratoriya.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20919125M

The nematodes (UK: / ˈ n ɛ m ə t oʊ d z / NEM-ə-tohdz, US: / ˈ n iː m-/ NEEM-Greek: Νεματώδα; Latin: Nematóda) or roundworms constitute the phylum Nematoda (also called Nemathelminthes), with plant-parasitic nematodes being known as are a diverse animal phylum inhabiting a broad range of environments. Taxonomically, they are classified along with insects and other. Accompanied by full-page plates, the book offers descriptions of 68 genera, including most that have one or more species known to be plant parasites. The bibliography of approximately 2, entries on the taxonomy and morphology of nematode genera is one of the fullest on this subject.

  "This book should be useful to students and others who wish to identify plant-parasitic nematodes without delving into the complexities of nematode systematics. Although the bulk of the book is based on the edition it has been brought up-to-date by the addition of an extensive addendum together with appropriate references, including those Brand: Cornell University Press. Parasitic Nematodes are amongst the most successful parasites on Earth. This fully-updated second edition constitutes a comprehensive volume that continues to discuss the molecular biology, biochemistry and immunology of nematode parasites of humans, domestic animals and plants. There is a strong focus on new advances including chapters on horizontal gene transfer, genetics of susceptibility in.

Plant parasitic nematodes often establish unique, sophisticated relationships with their hosts, dramatically influencing plant productivity. This book reviews the most recent developments in the molecular biology of plant-nematode interactions that have been driven by .   Management of plant parasitic nematodes. There are several methods commonly used to control plant-parasitic nematodes. These methods can be divided in to three main types: biological control, cultural control and chemical control. The most practical form of biological control is the use of nematode-resistant plants.


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Formerly titled Plant-Parasitic Nematodes: A Pictorial Key to Genera, this volume has been the standard work on plant disease around Plant-parasitic nematodes book globe. Now in its fifth edition, it remains the fundamental reference for students as well as for Plant-parasitic nematodes book usable, comprehensive key to plant-parasitic nematodes and the only guide to feature both photographs and by: Dr.

Chitambar’s research work is primarily on taxonomy, morphology, and biology of plant parasitic and freeliving nematodes. He has authored one book, co-authored one chapter, 48 articles and several oral and poster presentations in nematological and science : Hardcover.

From the Back Cover This book provides an in-depth review of coffee-parasitic nematodes, which in some regions of the world have decimated plantations since late nineteenth : Hardcover.

The book discusses the development of modern approaches to the evaluation and reduction of crop losses. The emphasis of this volume is on plant parasites and insights gained through research on other Edition: 1. Plant-parasitic nematodes are one of multiple causes of soil-related sub-optimal crop performance.

This book integrates soil health and sustainable agriculture with nematode ecology and suppressive services provided by the soil food web to provide holistic by: Plant Parasitic Nematodes, Volume III provides a comprehensive discussion of the different advances in plant nematology.

This includes biochemical techniques to taxonomy and innovation in transmission and scanning electron microscopy technology. This book is highly illustrated, with up-to-date practical guidance on methods of extraction, processing and diagnosing of different plant and soil nematodes and on integrated pest management.

It remains an invaluable resource for those studying and working in the area of crop protection.5/5(3). This book has a first compendium and overview for nematode problems and their management across North America.

Each chapter provides information on the occurrence and distribution of plant parasitic nematodes, their major crop hosts, impact on crop production and sustainable management strategies.

Formerly titled Plant-Parasitic Nematodes: A Pictorial Key to Genera, this volume has been the standard work on plant disease around the globe.

Now in its fifth edition, it remains the fundamental reference for students as well as for diagnosticians—a usable, comprehensive key to plant-parasitic nematodes and the only guide to feature both photographs and drawings. Avermectins: The promising solution to control plant parasitic nematodes Mohamed S Khalil 1 * and Dalia M Darwesh 2.

1 Central Agricultural Pesticides Laboratory, Agricultural Research Center, El-Sabaheya, Alexandria, Egypt 2 The Egyptian ministry of Agriculture, Damanhur, Egypt *Address for Correspondence: Mohamed S Khalil, Central Agricultural Pesticides Laboratory, Agricultural Research Author: Mohamed S Khalil, Dalia M Darwesh.

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. Plant-parasitic nematodes are recognized as one of the greatest threat to crops throughout the world.

Nematodes alone or in combination with other soil microorganisms have been found to attack almost every part of the plant including roots, stems, leaves, fruits and seeds.

When I conceived this book, what I had in mind was what I did not know about coffee-parasitic nematodes (CPNs). Indeed, after reading many papers and several chapters in books, I felt far from having a comprehensive understanding of the subject. Not only would it be a daunting task to retrieve the numerous articles, reports, theses and dissertations on CPNs published sincebut it.

It is somewhat ironic that an important finding concerned with cellulose biosynthesis in higher plants (1) appeared just before the paper in this issue of the Proceedings by Smant et al.

(2) describing genes from a plant parasitic nematode that encode proteins that degrade cellulose. Cellulose is the most abundant polymer on the planet and is an essential component of the plant cell by: The physiology and biochemistry of free-living and plant-parasitic nematodes / edited by R.N.

Perry and D.J. Wright. Wallingford, U.K. ; New York: CABI Publishing, c With the single exception of root-knot nematodes, which cause characteristic galling on plant roots (Figure ), root-feeding nematodes do not cause specific symptoms.

Stunting and chlorosis (yellowing) are the most common visible symptoms of nematode parasitism, but symptoms like these (Figure ) may be caused by any number of Size: 2MB. Formerly titled Plant-Parasitic Nematodes: A Pictorial Key to Genera, this volume has been the standard work on plant disease around the in its fifth edition, it remains the fundamental reference for students as well as for diagnosticians—a usable, comprehensive key to plant-parasitic nematodes and the only guide to feature both photographs and by: He co-edited The Physiology and Biochemistry of Free-living and Plant-parasitic Nematodes (), Root-knot Nematodes (), Molecular and Physiological Basis of Nematode Survival () and the first () and second () editions of the text book, Plant Nematology.

He is author or co-author of over 40 book chapters and refereed reviews. This book aims to help people working commercially with crop plants to identify and improve their diagnosis of nematodes of agricultural importance.

There is an introductory chapter on nematode biology and parasitism, and the crops they are likely to attack. Plant Nematology;R.

Perry and M. Moens (, 2nd Edition). This fully updated second edition covers all aspects of practical plant nematology in subtropical and tropical s: 2.

Covering all aspects of practical plant nematology in subtropical and tropical agriculture, the third edition of this definitive global reference work is fully revised and in full colour throughout. It covers the presence, distribution, symptomology and management of all economically important plant parasitic nematodes damaging the world’s major food and cash crops.

This includes: rice.Book Description: Description not available. eISBN: Subjects: Zoology, Botany & Plant Sciences, General Science Key to Genera of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes (without Pictures) (pp.

) Read Online Download PDF Save Cite this Item Key to Genera of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes .Use this book to simplify diagnosis of nematode problems and identify plant-parasitic nematodes. With its descriptive key and detailed drawings, Diagnosing Plant Diseases Caused by Nematodes assists readers in differentiating plant-parasitic nematodes from free-living (microbivorous) nematodes found commonly in the soil around plant roots and within symptomatic plant tissue.