Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi. (checkered leaf disease). Polygonal spots that indicate the presence of this nematode in the leaf lamina are very characteristic. A. Mohammad Deimi and S. Barouti, Department of Plant Pathology, Faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad . General information about Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi (APLORI).

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Leaf symptoms on infested Chrysanthemum maximum include reddish-yellow lesions on the lower leaves of young plants; in older plants these leaves are markedly chlorotic and a large area of the leaf surface becomes necrotic. Li YS, Zhang P, Association of Aphelenchoides fragarip and A. Several authors Goffart, ; Voss, aphelencholdes Wilson,etc.

Unusual chrysanthemum eelworm symptoms. In Poland, none of the 33 strawberry cultivars was entirely resistant to A.


InMarkinowski grouped A. Nematodes and soil pests of small fruits. Aberconway Dawn Southey and Roberts, Continuing to use www. Aphelenchoides and related genera. Occurrence of leaf wilt nematode disease of chrysanthemum in Guizhou. Spread of eelworm infestation”.


Studies have shown that in optimal conditions a single rjtzemabosi A. On some plant parasitic nemas and related forms.

Observations on the reproduction of Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi Schwartz. Chemical control of abnormalities of summer flowering chrysanthemum caused by Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi Schwartz. Southey JF, Roberts H, Ritzemabosj Instytutu Sadownictwa, E, No. Dwarf disease of chrysanthemum caused by Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi Schwartz Steiner.

Ahmad, ; Khan et al. Seedborne Aspects Top of page The nematode is carried on the seeds of aster Brown, Indian Journal of Nematology, 7 2: This nematode is susceptible to elevated temperatures.

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Histopathological study of the chrysanthemum leaf eelworm disease in monoxenic cultures. Seasonal variations in population of plant parasitic nematodes in strawberry plantations. Occurrence of the leaf nematode, Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi in chrysanthemums in the State of Sao Paulo.

Also recorded as hosts are: Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes Braunschweig, 24 9: The level of susceptibility varies among cultivars. Nematology Circular GainesvilleNo. Bossis M, Caubel G, Hot water dips are effective for infested propagating stock.

Britain, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, First described in England init was given the name Aphelenchus olesistus by Ritzema-Bos in All life stages of the nematode were detected in the mesophyll of younger and older infected leaves. In resistant varieties, the female moves through the leaf laying only a few eggs as it goes.


Rastitelna Zashchita, 23 Tail elongate-conoid, bearing a terminal peg which has two to four tooth-like processes pointing posteriorly and giving it a paint brush-like appearance. The symptoms on chrysanthemum include characteristic brown spots limited to the veins, and a progressive yellowing of the whole leaf.

Damage to the plant crowns and reduced yield were related to population density in winter and spring, but reduced runner production was due to the summer population density Bohmer, This is a reflection of the development of year-round chrysanthemums with small stools MAFF, New observations on the presence of Aphelenchoides spp.

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