Wheat seed gall nematode
Anguina tritici (Ear-cockle nematode, Seed-gall nematode, Seed and leaf gall nematode, Wheat gall nematode, Wheat seed gall nematode, Wheat seed-gall nematode, Wheat seed and leaf gall nematode) is a plant pathogenic nematode.

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Anguina tritici - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anguina tritici (Ear-cockle nematode, Seed-gall nematode, Seed and leaf gall nematode, Wheat gall nematode, Wheat seed gall nematode, Wheat seed-gall ...
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PROCEDURES TO DETECT WHEAT SEED GALL NEMATODE ...
INTRODUCTION: Wheat seed gall nematode, Anguina tritici (Steinbuch, 1799) Chitwood, 1935 (Fig. l) is considered an economically important pest of wheat ...
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wheat seed-gall nematode, Anguina tritici (Tylenchida ... - Invasive.org
1356012 wheat seed-gall nematode. Anguina tritici. Adult(s) Jonathan D. Eisenback, 1356010 wheat seed-gall nematode. Anguina tritici. Adult(s) Jonathan D.
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Beltsville Area : Wheat Seed Gall Nematode
Sep 14, 2006 ... Systematics Success Stories. Saving Wheat Exports to Brazil. Healthy wheat (left) and wheat infected with the Wheat seed gall nematode, ...
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Anguina tritici Pest Information - Plant and Insect Parasitic Nematodes
Common name: Wheat seed gall nematode. NOTES ON TAXONOMY AND BIOLOGY: Anguina tritici female show a well developed anterior branch of the ovary ...
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Seed gall nematode | Supporting Agriculture in Western Australia
Seed gall nematode (Anguina tritici) are also known as 'ear cockle'. Wheat and rye are hosts. This species of nematode is rare in Western Australia due to seed ...
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Interaction of sulphur dioxide and seed gall ... - WFL Publisher
The interaction of sulphur dioxide (0.2 ppm) and seed gall nematode, Anguina tritici was observed on five wheat varieties. LOK-1, HD-2329, Raj-3765, PPW-154 ...
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Interaction of sulphur dioxide and seed gall ... - WFL Publisher
The interaction of sulphur dioxide (0.2 ppm) and seed gall nematode, Anguina tritici, was observed on five wheat varieties (LOK-1, HD-2329, Raj-3765, ...
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Anguina tritici - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wheat seed and leaf gall nematode ... It causes a disease in wheat and rye called “ear-cockle” or seed gall. ... Anguina tritici at Department of Nematology, University of California Davis; ^ Anguina tritici at Nemaplex, University of California ...
Anguina tritici Pest Information - Plant and Insect Parasitic Nematodes
Common name: Wheat seed gall nematode. NOTES ON ... Agricultural Experiment Stations, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA. Leukel, R. W. 1929.
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Seed Gall Nematode (Wheat Nematode or Ear Cockle): Cereal Cyst Nematode ... Barley Yellow Dwarf Mites Seed Gall Nematode Minor Element Deficiencies ...
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Anguina tritici - Wheat seed gall nematode. - J2 emerge from egg when conditions are right for seed germination, J2 is infective stage. - Anguina tritici may have ...
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Symptoms, development, hosts and districbution of Seed Gall Nematode ( Anguina tritici) also called wheat nematode or ear cockle. ... Reference: Dr. Ian T. Riley- Nematologist, University of Adelaide, South Australia. Seed Gall Nematode ...
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Aug 18, 2011 ... 1Department. of Field Crop, Faculty of Agriculture, the University of Harran, ... of seed gall nematode (Anguina tritici [Steinbuch]) on grain yield, ...
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CROP DISEASES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT
CROP DISEASES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT
H. S. CHAUBE, V. S. PUNDHIR, 2005
27.3.7 Ear Cockle Nematode: Anguina Seed-gall nematodes, the first recorded plant parasitic nematodes were discovered in 1743, in UK. The Wheat seed gall nematode, responsible for the ear cockle or Sehun disease of wheat is now known ...
Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology: Volume 5: The Actinobacteria (Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology...
Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology: Volume 5: The Actinobacteria (Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology...
William B. Whitman, Michael Goodfellow, Peter Kämpfer and Hans-Jürgen Busse, 2012
Includes a revised taxonomic outline for the Actinobacteria or the high G+C Gram positives is based upon the SILVA project as well as a description of greater than 200 genera in 49 families. Includes many medically and industrially important taxa.
Integrated Management and Biocontrol of Vegetable and Grain Crops ...
Integrated Management and Biocontrol of Vegetable and Grain Crops ...
Aurelio Ciancio, K. G. Mukerji, 2007
Wheat is also attacked by D. dipsaci in central and eastern Europe (Rivoal & Cook, 1993), and central Asia in ... Gall Nematode This nematode disease is generally associated with situations where agricultural practices are not advanced.
Methods of Soil Analysis. Part 2. Microbiological and Biochemical Properties (Soil Science Society of America...
Methods of Soil Analysis. Part 2. Microbiological and Biochemical Properties (Soil Science Society of America...
R. W. Weaver, Scott Angle, Peter Bottomley and David Bezdiecek, 1994
One of the primary references on analytical methods in soil science, Part 2 of the Methods series will be useful to all biogeoscientists, especially those with an interest in microbiology or bioremediation.Also available: Methods of Soil Analysis. Part 4. Physical Methods - ISBN 089118841X Minerals in Soil Environments, 2nd Edition - ISBN 089118787...
Plant Pathology, Fourth Edition
Plant Pathology, Fourth Edition
George N. Agrios, 1997
This is a classic textbook on plant diseases: how to recognize them, treat them, and prevent them. It is thoroughly updated and revised by the addition of color plates, new references, and a larger, more easily accessible format. Plant Pathology, Fourth Edition, continues to be the most complete resource that students, faculty, and professionals tu...
Plant Nematology
Plant Nematology
Ravichandra, 2008
13.1 NEMATODE PESTS OF WHEAT AND BARLEY Two most important nematode pests of wheat and barley, which are widespread, are wheat/seed gall nematode, Anguina tritici, and cereal cyst nematode, Heterodera avenae. 13.1.1 Seed ...
Hemp Diseases and Pests (Cabi)
Hemp Diseases and Pests (Cabi)
J. M. McPartland, R. C. Clarke and D. P. Watson, 2000
Hemp is enjoying a worldwide resurgence. This unique book combines a review of the hemp pest and disease literature published over the past 50 years with up-to-date information on modern biological control techniques. Each pest and disease organism is presented in the same format, covering economic impact, geographical and host-plant range, plant s...
Integratd Pest And Disease Management
Integratd Pest And Disease Management
K. G. Mukerji Rajeev H. Upadhyay, O B. P. Chamola, P. Dueby, 2009
Nematode pests of wheat and barley Anguina tritici. In : Nematode Pests of Crop (ed ... Some factors affecting the emergence of Anguina tritici larvae from wheat seed galls and their ascendence on the seedlings. Indian J. Ecol., IS : 82-86. 134.
Plant Pathology
Plant Pathology
George Nicholas Agrios, 1979
This fifth edition of the classic textbook in plant pathology outlines how to recognize, treat, and prevent plant diseases. It provides extensice coverage of abiotic, fungal, viral, bacterial,nematode and other plant diseases and their associated epidemiology. It also covers the genetics of resistance and modern management on plant disease.Plant Pa...
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Wheat seed gall nematode
Interaction of sulphur dioxide and seed gall nematode, Anguina tritici, on wheat | WFL Publisher
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"An Alternative Approach for Evaluating the Efficacy of Potential Bioco" by Dan J. Pantone, William A. Williams et al.
Path analysis was used to assess the efficacy of the fiddleneck flower gall nematode as a weed biocontrol agent of coast fiddleneck in competition with wheat during 2 yr of field experiments. The path analysis revealed that the number of inflorescences/plant for fiddleneck and the number of heads/plant for wheat were the most important yield components that determine fecundity and seed yield. The density of fiddleneck had a much greater impact on the yield components of fiddleneck than did the density of wheat or the nematode rate of inoculation. The nematode had its greatest negative impact on the number of seeds/flower of fiddleneck and its greatest positive impact on the number of heads/plant of wheat. Path analysis predicts that a biocontrol agent that has a large negative direct effect on the number of inflorescences/plant for fiddleneck would be more efficacious in decreasing fecundity and seed yield than an agent that only impacts the number of flowers/ inflorescence, seeds/flower, or biomass/seed. Nomenclature: Coast fiddleneck, Amsinckia intermedia Fischer and Meyer #3 AMSIN; wheat, Triticum aestivum L. 'Anza'; fiddleneck flower gall nematode, Anguina amsinckiae (Steiner and Scott, 1935) Thorne, 1961.
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"Rathayibacter iranicus isolated from symptomless wheat seeds in" by E. Postnikova, Irina V. Agarkova et al.
Rathayibacter iranicus (Ri), originally reported in Iran in 1961 (Sharif, 1961), has not been reported outside Iran and only one strain is known to exist. Like R. tritici (Rt), Ri causes a gumming disease of wheat in association with the nematode Anguina tritici (Paruthi et al., 1989). During 2003, a survey of wheat seed for Rathayibacter species (RS) in Turkey using samples from 799 farmers in six provinces in Central Anatolia was conducted. The samples showed neither the brown to black galls typical of A. tritici infection nor the yellowish galls typical of Ri and Rt. To determine the presence of RS, 120 g samples were washed in 100 mL of sterile 0·85% NaCl with 0·02% Tween 20 and plated onto 523 agar (Schaad et al., 2001) modified by adding 30 mg nalidixic acid, 15 mg polymixin B sulphate and 100 mg cycloheximide per litre. After incubation at 27°C for seven days, several typical colonies of RS were cloned by streaking onto YDC agar (Schaad et al., 2001). Twenty five strains were presumptively identified as RS based on a Gram positive reaction, oxidase negative reaction and yellow growth.
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University of Agriculture, Faisalabad: Wheat Diseases and Pests
Fungal DiseasesLeaf Rust (Brown Rust) Stem Rust (Black Rust) Stripe Rust (Yellow Rust) Common and Dwarf Bunt (Stinking Smut) Karnal Bunt (Partial Bunt) Loose Smut Flag Smut Powdery Mildew Septoria Tritici Blotch Septoria Nodorum Blotch Septoria Avenae Blotch Spot Blotch (Helminthosporium Leaf Blotch) Tan Spot (Yellow Leaf Spot or Blotch) Alternaria Leaf Blight Fusarium Leaf Blotch (Snow Mold) Scab (Head Blight) Ergot Black Point Downy Mildew Take-All Eyespot (Strawbreaker) Sharp Eyespot and Rhizoctonia Root Rot Common Root Rot, Foot Rot, and Crown Rot Sclerotium Wilt (Southern Blight) Black Molds (Sooty Molds) Bacterial DiseasesBacterial Black Chaff and Bacterial Stripe Basal Glume Rot and Bacterial Leaf Blight Bacterial Spike Blight (Yellow Ear Rot) Viral DiseasesBarley Yellow Dwarf Insect PestsAphids Stink Bugs Armyworms, Cutworms, and Stalk Borers Cereal Leaf Beetle Thrips Hessian Fly Wheat Stem Maggot Sawfly White Grubs Wireworms Slugs, Snails, Grasshoppers, and Crickets Mites NematodesSeed Gall Nematode (Wheat Nematode or Ear Cockle) Cereal Cyst Nematode Root Knot Nematode Physiologic and Genetic DisordersPhysiological Leaf Spot Melanism and Brown Necrosis (False Black Chaff) Genetic Flecking Hybrid Necrosis (Dwarf Clumping) Mineral and Environmental StressesNitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium Deficiencies Minor Element Deficiencies Aluminum Toxicity Salt Stress Moisture Stress Heat Stress Herbicide Damage Frost Damage.
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Current Options for Managing Nematodes Pest of Crops in India
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مزرعه: Seed Production Technology of Wheat
Introduction In modern agriculture, seed is a vehicle to deliver almost all agriculture-based technological innovations to farmer. The availability, access and use of seed of adaptable modern varieties is, therefore, determinant to the efficiency and productivity of other packages (irrigation, fertilizers, pesticides) in increasing crop production to enhance food security and alleviating rural poverty in developing countries.
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Variety of Life: Sphaerularioidea
Wheat seed gall nematode Anguina tritici, from here. Belongs within: Tylenchina.
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