Migratory and Semi Endoparasitic Nematodes

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  1. How do you detect nematodes in the root system?
    • - Baermann extraction with roots.
    • - Acid Fuchsin is the most common way to stain nematodes in plant tissue.
  2. What is the Lesion Nematode?
    • Pratylenchus spp.
    • Order Tylenchidae
  3. What is the Burrowing Nematode?
    • Radopholus spp.
    • Order Tylenchidae
  4. What is the Rice root nematode?
    • Hirschmanniella spp.
    • Order Tylenchidae
  5. What is the Spiral nematode?
    • Helicotylenchus spp.
    • Order Tylenchida
  6. What is the Reniform nematode?
    • Rotylenchulus spp.
    • Order Tylenchida
  7. What is the Citrus nematode?
    • Tylenchulus spp.
    • Order Tylenchina
  8. What is the False root-knot nematode?
    • Nacobbus spp.
    • Order Tylenchida

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