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Title: Distribution, frequency and population density of nematodes associated with potato in Saudi Arabia
Authors: Al-Hazmi, A.S.
Ibrahim, A.A.
Abdul-Razik, A.T.
Keywords: Distribution frequency
Mematodes
Populaiion density
Potato
Saudi Arabia
Survey
Issue Date: 1993
Publisher: Afro-Asian Society of Nematologists
Citation: Afro-Asian Journal of Nematology: 3 (1); 107-111
Abstract: In a survey of nematodes associated with potato conducted in six major potaro- producing regions of Saudi Arabia from 1989 to 1991, following genera in descending order of frequency were found: Aphelenchus (40%) Okyiencht-(28%). Tylenchorhynchus(20%),Mebittogynt (19%).Aphebnthoidet lyttnchuisi. (10%),Subanguina (6%), Tnchodarus (5%). fratylcnchus and Heltcntfenehzx (2%), MacMpasihohia (0.7%) and ParaiylcHchus and Cocoptmrvs if (1%). Distribution ircrjuency and population density of these genera varied among the six regions - Hail and Tsthyk wcie ihe lowest Wiih respect IO diversity and density, Gassim and Riyadh were moderate ami Hofuf and Najran were itac highest. Prominence- values of the jssoriatcd ncrnstixles indicated that Mclaidagyne $pp (mainly Mjavanica) were, by far the must prominent plant-parasitic nematodes in Saudi potato fields, followed by 7>tenckorhynchus spp., and then by Ditytenchus spp (mainly D. destructor).
Description: Department of Plant Protection,King Saud University.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3003
ISSN: 1368-8774
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