|Title:||THE LETHAL EFFECT OF SUGAR SOLUTIONS ON THE CITRUS NEMA, TYLENCHULUS SEMJPENETRANS COBB||Other Titles:||糖液對于柑桔線蟲之致死效應||Authors:||Mo-Chu Toung
|Issue Date:||1964||Publisher:||中華植物保護學會||Journal Volume:||6||Journal Issue:||1||Start page/Pages:||11-13||Source:||植物保護學會會刊||Abstract:||
Larvae of the citrus nema, Tylenchulus semienetrans Cobb, could be killed to 10096 by immersion in 3096 or 40% of glucose solution for 12 hours, and by immersion in 50% of glucose solution for 3 hours or more. when concentration of the glucose solution was at 60%, one hour’s immersion was able to kill them completely. Larvae immersed in 50% sucrose solution for 24 hours, arid in 60% for 12 or 24 hours were completely killed also.
From these results, apparently larvae of the citrus nerna, Tylenchulus semipe netrans Cobb, are highly resistant to the osmotic destruction of sugar solutions, and control of this nema either by addition of sugar to the soil or by dipping the root and of nursery stock in the sugar solution seems to be not practical.
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