Synonyms for trichodoridae or Related words with trichodoridae
Examples of "trichodoridae"
comes from the Greek trichos (a hair) and dory (a spear). The name "stubby-root" comes from the effect of the nematodes on the root system which appears "stubby" or stunted.
Trichodorus is a genus of terrestrial root feeding (stubby-root) nematodes in the
family (trichorids), being one of five genera. They are economically important plant parasites and virus vectors.
, the Longoridae form the two Enoplea nematode families known to be plant parasites, though from different subclasses, and the only virus vectors (particularly nepoviruses) in phylum Nematoda.
(stubby-root nematodes, trichodorids) is a family of terrestrial root feeding nematodes, being one of two that constitute suborder Triplonchida. They are economically important plant parasites and virus vectors.
Nematodes of the family
, the stubby-root nematodes, are vectors of the virus. The nematode species "Paratrichodorus minor", for example, introduces the virus when it feeds on the roots of plants. The virus can also be spread on garden tools. It can also be mechanically and seed transmitted.
Paratrichodorus is a genus of terrestrial root feeding (stubby-root) nematodes in the
family (trichorids), being one of five genera. They are economically important plant parasites and virus vectors. The females are didelphic (two genital tracts), and are distributed worldwide.
Historically, "Trichodorus" formed the only genus in the
family. Then "Trichodorus" was split into two genera in 1974 by Siddiqi, "Trichodorus" and "Paratrichodorus". The genus, which is the second largest in the family consists of 34 species. Siddiqi based the separation on the position of the gland nuclei and the type of pharyngo-intestinal junction.
Paratrichodorus minor is a species of nematode in the family
, the stubby-root nematodes. It occurs in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. It damages plants by feeding on the roots and it is a vector of plant viruses. It is a pest of some agricultural crops.
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