Pratylenchus scribneri

 

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Rev 11/19/2019

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Classification:

        Tylenchina
        Tylenchoidea
         Pratylenchidae
          Pratylenchinae


           Pratylenchus scribneri

 
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Morphology and Anatomy:

Female Anterior:

Strong head frame, flattened lip region.

Ventral overlap of esophageal glands over intestine.

Female Posterior:

Monovarial, prodelphic;  short post-uterine sac.


Reported median body size for this species (Length mm; width micrometers; weight micrograms) - Click:

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Distribution:

 

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Economic Importance:

D-rated pest in California Nematode Pest Rating System.

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Feeding:

    Migratory endoparasite of roots.     

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Hosts:

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Life Cycle:

Ecophysiological Parameters:

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Damage:

Plates A and B. Young roots; (a) lesions with single nematodes, (b) 3-6 nematodes, (c) up to 50 nematodes, and (d) areas with no nematodes.
Plates C and D. Older roots; (a) with coalesced lesions containing numerous nematodes and eggs, and (b) necrotic areas with few nematodes but numerous eggs.
Lesion development on soybean roots after 45 days exposure to P. scribneri.  From Acosta and Malek (1981).
 
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Management:

Resistance

Host Plant Resistance, Non-hosts and Crop Rotation alternatives:

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References:

Acosta, N. and R. B. Malek (1981). Symptomatology and histopathology of soybean roots infected by Pratylenchus scribneri and P. alleni. J. Nematol. 13:6-12.

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Copyright © 1999 by Howard Ferris.
Revised: November 19, 2019.

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