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Meloidogyne graminicola : a major threat to rice agriculture

(2017) MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY. 18(1). p.3-15
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Taxonomy: Superkingdom Eukaryota; Kingdom Metazoa; Phylum Nematoda; Class Chromadorea; Order Tylenchida; Suborder Tylenchina; Infraorder Tylenchomorpha; Superfamily Tylenchoidea; Family Meloidogynidae; Subfamily Meloidogyninae; Genus Meloidogyne. Biology: Microscopic non-segmented roundworm. Plant pathogen; obligate sedentary endoparasitic root-knot nematode. Reproduction: facultative meiotic parthenogenetic species in which amphimixis can occur at a low frequency (c. 0.5%); relatively fast life cycle completed in 19-27 days on rice depending on the temperature range. Host range: Reported to infect over 100 plant species, including cereals and grass plants, as well as dicotyledonous plants. Main host: rice (Oryza sativa). Symptoms: Characteristic hook-shaped galls (root swellings), mainly formed at the root tips of infected plants. Alteration of the root vascular system causes disruption of water and nutrient transport, stunting, chlorosis and loss of vigour, resulting in poor growth and reproduction of the plants with substantial yield losses in crops. Disease control: Nematicides, chemical priming, constant immersion of rice in irrigated fields, crop rotation with resistant or non-host plants, use of nematode-free planting material. Some sources of resistance to Meloidogyne graminicola have been identified in African rice species (O. glaberrima and O. longistaminata), as well as in a few Asian rice cultivars. Agronomic importance: Major threat to rice agriculture, particularly in Asia. Adapted to flooded conditions, Meloidogyne graminicola causes problems in all types of rice agrosystems.
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effectors, nematode control, Oryza sativa, root-knot nematode, ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE, PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODES, MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA RECOMBINATION, ACID-INDUCED RESISTANCE, CYST-NEMATODE, GLOBODERA-PALLIDA, ORYZA-SATIVA, AVIRULENCE PROTEIN, JASMONATE PATHWAY, O-GLABERRIMA

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Mantelin, Sophie, Stéphane Bellafiore, and Tina Kyndt. “Meloidogyne Graminicola : a Major Threat to Rice Agriculture.” MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY 18.1 (2017): 3–15. Print.
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Mantelin, S., Bellafiore, S., & Kyndt, T. (2017). Meloidogyne graminicola : a major threat to rice agriculture. MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY, 18(1), 3–15.
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Mantelin, Sophie, Stéphane Bellafiore, and Tina Kyndt. 2017. “Meloidogyne Graminicola : a Major Threat to Rice Agriculture.” Molecular Plant Pathology 18 (1): 3–15.
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Mantelin, Sophie, Stéphane Bellafiore, and Tina Kyndt. 2017. “Meloidogyne Graminicola : a Major Threat to Rice Agriculture.” Molecular Plant Pathology 18 (1): 3–15.
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Mantelin S, Bellafiore S, Kyndt T. Meloidogyne graminicola : a major threat to rice agriculture. MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY. 2017;18(1):3–15.
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S. Mantelin, S. Bellafiore, and T. Kyndt, “Meloidogyne graminicola : a major threat to rice agriculture,” MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 3–15, 2017.
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  abstract     = {Taxonomy: Superkingdom Eukaryota; Kingdom Metazoa; Phylum Nematoda; Class Chromadorea; Order Tylenchida; Suborder Tylenchina; Infraorder Tylenchomorpha; Superfamily Tylenchoidea; Family Meloidogynidae; Subfamily Meloidogyninae; Genus Meloidogyne. 
Biology: Microscopic non-segmented roundworm. Plant pathogen; obligate sedentary endoparasitic root-knot nematode. Reproduction: facultative meiotic parthenogenetic species in which amphimixis can occur at a low frequency (c. 0.5%); relatively fast life cycle completed in 19-27 days on rice depending on the temperature range. 
Host range: Reported to infect over 100 plant species, including cereals and grass plants, as well as dicotyledonous plants. Main host: rice (Oryza sativa). 
Symptoms: Characteristic hook-shaped galls (root swellings), mainly formed at the root tips of infected plants. Alteration of the root vascular system causes disruption of water and nutrient transport, stunting, chlorosis and loss of vigour, resulting in poor growth and reproduction of the plants with substantial yield losses in crops. 
Disease control: Nematicides, chemical priming, constant immersion of rice in irrigated fields, crop rotation with resistant or non-host plants, use of nematode-free planting material. Some sources of resistance to Meloidogyne graminicola have been identified in African rice species (O. glaberrima and O. longistaminata), as well as in a few Asian rice cultivars. 
Agronomic importance: Major threat to rice agriculture, particularly in Asia. Adapted to flooded conditions, Meloidogyne graminicola causes problems in all types of rice agrosystems.},
  author       = {Mantelin, Sophie and Bellafiore, Stéphane and Kyndt, Tina},
  issn         = {1464-6722},
  journal      = {MOLECULAR PLANT PATHOLOGY},
  keywords     = {effectors,nematode control,Oryza sativa,root-knot nematode,ROOT-KNOT NEMATODE,PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODES,MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA RECOMBINATION,ACID-INDUCED RESISTANCE,CYST-NEMATODE,GLOBODERA-PALLIDA,ORYZA-SATIVA,AVIRULENCE PROTEIN,JASMONATE PATHWAY,O-GLABERRIMA},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {3--15},
  title        = {Meloidogyne graminicola : a major threat to rice agriculture},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mpp.12394},
  volume       = {18},
  year         = {2017},
}

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