6. Pseudostaminodial margin. In reality, the response of plant development rate to temperature is curvilinear. in Bolivia. Three consecutive processes, i.e., germination, subcrown internode elongation, and coleoptile elongation, are involved during the period from seeding to seedling emergence. However, the type of trichomes is the same for both species based on our observations. The apparent N recovery increased by circa 20-25% (absolute). populations in two fields was 57% during the first and 40.3% during the second year of crop rotation in the absence of a potato crop in Co. Cork, Ireland. are important contributors to the yield reduction in tomato. Short styles occur in the remaining species. Alternanthera flavicoma, A. filifolia, A. galapagensis and A. snodgrassii, which are endemics to the GalÃ¡pagos, and two more widespread species (A. halimifolia and A. vestita) that occur in the GalÃ¡pagos (Eliasson, 1971; Fournet, 2002; DeFilipps & Maina, 2003) probably share a common ancestor with this lineage. This suggests growth stimulation. (= Cladothrix Nutt. The aligned length of the rpl16 comprised a total of 1238 bp positions (excluding hotspots). Alternanthera is one of those but was only represented by a few species in phylogenetic reconstructions (Sage et al., 2007). This study was conducted to expand the information available on the host range of G. ellingtonae. In order to clarify the role of PRD in wild potato clones resistant to PCN, a series of trials established, The influence of resistant and susceptible potato cultivars on Globodera rostochiensis population density changes was studied at different nematode inoculum levels (Pi) in the greenhouse and field. 1]. For model validation, field emergence was monitored in 11 sowings conducted in 2001â2004. In the Netherlands, sticky nightshade (Solanum sisymbriifolium) has been used as an immune host plant to induce hatching of Globodera spp. Some taxonomic descriptions at species (Moquin-Tandon, 1849) and section level (Schinz, 1934) suggested that some groups within Alternanthera have capitate stigma whereas others have bilobed or obscure bilobed stigmas. Der Einfluss von Absterben im Ei und spontanem Schlupfen auf die Abnahme von Globodera rostochiensis im Feld im Laufe des Fruchtwechsels bei Abwesenheit des Wirtes Kartoffel - In Co. Cork, Irland, betrug die Abnahme der Populationen von Globodera rostochiensis (Woll.) 1). This plant is a native of tropical America but introduced in Arizona. The total aligned length of ITS included 624 positions (excluding hotspots; Table 3). Differences in germination response to environmental conditions often result in different establishment success. Potato root diffusate (PRD) contains hatching factors that stimulate differential hatch between the two PCN species (Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida) throughout the growing season. The two major clades (A and B) and the four subclades of B (B1âB4) are also denoted on the tree. Curves according to the equation y = m + (1-m) 0.95(P/T)-1 (= m + (1-m) zP-T with z-T = 0.95) for P T and y = 1 for P T could be fitted to the relation between relative yield of potato tubers y and population density of Globodera rostochiensis P in five field experiments in the Netherlands, four experiments in England and one (with Solanum tuberosum subsp. Inflorescence architecture helps to characterize two main groups within Alternanthera. Two main inlet drains flow into the water storage (Map 3). Most of the species included in this clade [subclades B2âB4 (57% JK, 0.94 PP); Fig. When potato followed barley, numbers of cysts were similar to those found after a single cycle of potato, indicating that the barley crop had no effect on the survival of initial inoculum. The ITS1 ranged from 213 to 231 bp, of which 163 bp were variable (65%), and 128 nucleotides (78.5% of the proportion of the variable sites) and 19 indels were identified as potentially parsimony-informative characters (Table 2). Solanum torvum was found more resistant than S. sisymbriifolium, because grafted infected plants developed mild symptoms, as indicated by significantly lower leaf symptom index (average value 1.2 and 2.22) and disease index (average value 1.55 and 3.38), respectively. Plant parasitic nematodes cause significant crop damage globally. 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The Amaranthus L. genus contains about 70 species, three of which are cultivated for grain (A. caudatus L.,A. 2). Purified products were cycle sequenced with dye terminator ABI Prism Ready reaction mix v.3.1 (Applied Biosystems). Recently, it is best known for its use as a trap crop for potato cyst nematodes (PCN). In general, the same four subclades (B1âB4; Nodes 2â5) are resolved (with the exception of the placement of A. littoralis var. One regards the colonization of the GalÃ¡pagos Islands and the subsequent radiation of species. Three check cultivars were replicated four times per date, and the others were not replicated. The use of nrITS, morphology and plastid DNA (trnL-F, rpl16) confirmed previous hypotheses that the genus Alternanthera (100% JK) is monophyletic (MÃ¼ller & Borsch, 2005; SÃ¡nchez-del Pino et al., 2009). Eggplant was highly susceptible to all the strains except one to which it showed moderate reaction. Alternanthera filifolia is a highly variable species with numerous infraspecific taxa (Howell, 1933; Eliasson, 1971). It showed, for example, that percentage germination often decreased as temperatures approached Tb, and that for some seed germination ceased at temperatures well above Tb. Â© 1973, JAPANESE SOCIETY OF APPLIED ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY. In fact, Duke (1961) considered A. crucis as a synonym of A. halimifolia. Hatching curves differed for cysts from the same population reared at the two locations. Water consumption per unit ranges from 2.1 to 3.4 liters per minute. Therefore, if A. halimifolia and A. vestita are derived from these GalÃ¡pagos endemics it would mean that there have been two back migrations to the mainland. Water and air temperatures were also monitored. We used geostatistical tools and simulation models for mapping and description of the relationships between G. pallida incidence and spatial configurations. Dry matter accumulation up to 400 g mâ2 was found at 7 weeks after emergence and up to 1040 g mâ2 after 14 weeks. Previous subgeneric classifications of Alternanthera appear artificial in light of our new molecular phylogenetic analyses. This was due to the fact that different authors gave different emphasis to individual morphological characters and treated them as diagnostic without insight into possible homoplasy. The distant positions of both genera also appear in recent molecular phylogenetic analyses of Amaranthaceae (MÃ¼ller & Borsch, 2005; SÃ¡nchez-del Pino et al., 2009). The objectives of this study were to develop an inexpensive and quantitative method for separating roots from soils of field and greenhouse experiments and to determine the influence of soil type, pretreatment and plant type on the efficiency of separation. Fine roots (<0.4Â¿mm in diameter) constituted around 50% of total root length. The isolates increased sugar beet root and shoot dry weight. The grass Setaria parviflora has been naturalized in the Šibenik area (Solaris, Zablaće) for some time now but the grass Bromus catharticus has been found only recently, in Zadar (Voštarnica). Alternanthera Forssk. Amendment of soil with T. harzianum significantly reduced Pf/Pi of G. pallida by 42-47% in the potato-following-potato but not in either the potato-after-fallow nor in the potato-after-S. sisymbriifolium cycles which supports evidence that the plant species may play a role in the biocontrol activity of this fungus. Paris, Studies in South American Amaranthaceae IV, Studies in South American Amaranthaceae V, Relationships of the GalÃ¡pagos flora. 6 Material AICLE. Final R = 0.117 for 3721 observed reflections. In this paper JK values are described as high (85â100%), moderate (75â84%) or low (â¤ 74%). The circumscription of Alternanthera has varied considerably (Table 1) over time among different authors. was shown to be nearly as effective as potato at inducing egg hatching, but is resistant to subsequent nematode development and reproduction (Scholte, 2000). This study was supported by the Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y TecnologÃa (CONACYT) as part of the PhD scholarship for I.S.P. The soil cores infested with cysts used in the first method had very poor root colonisation as compared to surrounding bulk soil. Kentucky bluegrass had higher base water potential (Î¨b) and required a longer hydrotime for germination than the other species. have been reported in the GalÃ¡pagos Islands (A. caracasana, A. lanceolata and A. sessilis; Eliasson, 1990) and nine are considered endemic to the GalÃ¡pagos (JÃ¸rgensen, 1999; Eliasson, 2004). Buds and soft fruits are also taken, causing considerable damage to agriculture. maritima (C3) in this clade may be explained by hybrid speciation rather than a reversal from C4 to C3. Reproduction of G. pallida on potato after exposure to B. juncea seed meal at a rate of 2.2 t/ha was also significantly reduced. The (C-A), i.e. Seedlings: Cotyledons are hairless and oval; leaves initially form in a basal rosette. Pi was positively correlated with decline of soil population densities due to hatch where resistant potatoes were grown in the greenhouse and in the field but not in fallow soil. 2). The ability to reduce the amount of material being applied to soil by using an extract has the potential for integration into a G. pallida eradication program. Special attention in the review is paid to the breeding of potato cultivars with durable resistance to various nematode pathotypes, because the cultivation of such varieties is the most ecologically safe and economically advantageous way to prevent epiphytoties. The grain amaranths (Amaranthus caudatus L., A. cruentus L., A. hypochondriacus L.) are grown primarily for their seeds, which are protein-rich pseudocereals. Of 79 species identified in the lake complex, 52 were used to characterize eight community types via classification and ordination procedures. Band application resulted in strong lateral gradients in the early crop stages, decreasing during the growing season due to N uptake by the maize crop. The ability of some pests and pathogens to use a wide range of plants as alternative hosts/reservoirs is the main limitation to the suppressive role of this strategy, but all other pathways identified for the control of pests and disease based on plant species diversity (PSD) also have certain limitations. In 2006, the isolation of the golden nematode, Globodera rostochiensis, in Quebec, Canada, led to the establishment of a quarantine area and the initiation of a research programme for the sustainable management of this regulated pest. Long-distance dispersal is the predominant biogeographical explanation for groups (e.g. Samples from Cuba were collected with financial support of the Programa Flora de Cuba of the Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum Berlin-Dahlem. Clade B4 (Node 2; Figs 1â3): Most of the species included in this highly supported subclade (99% JK, 1.0 PP; Fig. ), a plant that was introduced as a trap crop for potato cyst nematodes, shows strong temperature limitation of its growth. Linear, Q10, expolinear and quadratic models were fitted to the data on rate of emergence against temperature. in., number of informative indels. In that context, three functionally different geographical zones can be distinguished: (i) a zone with insufficient growth, independent of sowing time, (ii) a zone with potentially sufficient growth if the crop is allowed to grow for the whole growing season, and (iii) a zone with sufficient growth early or late in the growing season, opening the option to combine cultivation of the trap crop with another crop in the same year. merupakan nematoda Luisa Senna (Feira de Santana) and Hossein Akhani (Tehran) provided helpful comments on this manuscript. Acosta JM, Perreta M, Amsler A, Vegetti AC, Baldwin BG, Sanderson MJ, Porter JM, Wojciechowski MF, Campell CS, Donoghue MJ, Borsch T, Hilu KW, Quandt D, Wilde V, Neinhuis C, Barthlott W. Borsch T, OrtuÃ±o TL, Nee MH In press. 3) of the ITS dataset indicates some topological inconsistency in weakly supported parts of the tree. Die grÃ¶ssten Unterschiede bei den Tochterionen, die bei einer Zerlegung durch Massenspektrometrie erzielt wurden, traten zwischen 245 und 500 Da auf. Comment: The life cycle habit indicates the typical duration of an individual plant's life. The exsudate from tomato (S. lycopersicum cv. The cultivars tested were resistant to both species of PCN. The analyses with plastid DNA (trnL-F, rpl16) and ITS used in this study confirm the findings of SÃ¡nchez-del Pino et al. Seed germination and initiation of rhizome bud break of johnsongrass were collected under constant temperature conditions to parameterize the model. This group corresponds to A. caracasana, A. chacoÃ«nsis, A. filifolia, A. flavicoma, A. galapagensis, A. geniculata, A. halimifolia, A. macbridei, A. littoralis var. The region closest to the Pacific Ocean in the PNW is defined as the Marine West Coast Forest. germination, Tm(G), Within each population Tb(G) did not differ, but it did vary between species, viz.0.0Â°C, 0.25Â°C, 4.and 8.5Â°C for chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.), lentil (Lens culinaris Medic. ; Figs 1, 2] which have an erect habit, flowers usually arranged along a rachis to form slender spicate inflorescences, and are predominately distributed in Central America and the Caribbean islands. A single year with a cultivar carrying the H1 resistance gene reduced nematode populations by 62â95%. To obtain insight into the phylogenetic distribution of currently known types of photosynthetic pathways in Alternanthera, data were taken from published works. 2012;Scholte and Vos 2000; Building a virtual greenhouse with lamps, thereby simulating light microclimate and improving modelling of photosynthesis. 1819-1829. However, decline rates of PCN populations in the absence of a host may be as low as 10% in a given year (Turner, 1996). Diurnal temperature fluctuations did not have a differing influence on germination rates or final germination percentages compared with constant temperatures. PCR conditions for amplifications of the rpl16 intron were: one cycle at 94 Â°C for 3 min; 30 cycles each at 93 Â°C for 1 min, 55 Â°C for 1 min and 72 Â°C for 1.5 min; and one cycle at 72 Â°C for 5 min, hold at 4 Â°C. The main hatching factor, HF E, was found in extremely low concentrations in the leachate (less than 2.9 Ã 10Â5% of recovered organic material) and was active in vitro at less than 2.1 Ã 10Â8 M. Separation of the different hatching factors during purification was found to decrease the percentage hatch achieved in vitro at optimum concentration. When compared side-by-side, half as much B. juncea seed meal extract, 1.1 t/ha, was required to suppress G. ellingtonae egg hatch to the same extent as B. juncea seed meal. We developed a model to simulate seedling emergence of wheat using a nonlinear beta function to describe the developmental rateâtemperature relationships over the full range of temperature (0â42Â°C) for plant development. A previous study presented a model that disaggregates photothermal effects on rice phenology for the different crop development stages and the two main factors, daylength and temperature. Phil, The influence of temperature on seed germination rate in grain legumes. Annals of Applied Biology 97, 353-372, Effect of tuber-borne micro-organisms on hatching activity of potato root leachate towards potato cyst nematodes, Diapause in Globodera Rostochiensis and Variability in Hatching Trials, Heterodera Pallida N. Sp. II. Their seed was probably brought in as a seed admixture used to form lawns on public areas. 1) do not reflect monophyletic groups. Only in Ro1 and Pa2 did males fail to reach adulthood in any plant species. 1). Lines with low Topt had high maximal leaf appearance rates during seedling stage. ex Pittier, A. kurtzii Schinz ex Pedersen, A. snodgrassii (B. L. A series of field experiments was carried out in the Netherlands between 2001 and 2003 to test its performance under field conditions. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Hatching of PCN juveniles from cysts, measured with the nylon bag method, increased with the duration of growth of S. sisymbriifolium from 47% after 6 weeks of crop growth up to 75% after 21 weeks of crop growth. Incongruency was significant (P = 0.0099), so a combined analysis of the three molecular data sets and morphology (Â Appendix 2) was not performed in this study. Whereas C4 photosynthesis appears to have evolved in a single clade, the position of A. littoralis var. Although there were no statistical differences it seems that fallow could be the best strategy to reduce PCN populations faster and this avoids the introduction of an exotic plant that could become a problem. Planting before May did not advance crop growth. Clade B4 (Node 2; 99% JK, 1.0 PP) consists of nine species [A. crucis, A. filifolia (Hook.f.) Research reports documented in this review have shown that S. sisymbriifolium has potential to be a contender for the treatment and management of numerous diseases, and a source of new pharmaceutical drugs. Comparisons between tree topologies show a conflict with regard to the position of four species in the plastid and nuclear trees (Figs 1, 3). and rate of germination for different fractions (G) of each population, from a base temperature, Tb(G), at which germination rate is zero, to an optimum temperature, To(G) at which germination rate is maximal. 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Darlu & Lecointre (2002), Lee (2001) and van der Niet & Linder (2008) suggested that the ILD test is still suitable as an explanatory method to detect significant incongruence and it produces more accurate results than other tests. However, some individual species show different placement as compared with the plastid DNA tree. Although conditions of culture and storage of the nematodes, production of the diffusate and methods of hatching were standardised, there were differences in the proportion of viable eggs that hatched. the underlying assumption of the hydrothermal time model in the literature, the median base water potential varied significantly As rotations are shortened, so PCN populations will be increased, and crop damage becomes more likely. species such as Alternanthera caracasana (Washerwoman), ... corresponds to steppe-like characteristics made up mostly of short-cycle (annual or pseudo-annual) species tolerant to high levels of dryness and salinity. The decline was found to be due to both spontaneous hatch and in-egg mortality. 6. The mechanisms involved in insect pest, disease, and weed suppression are also discussed. Materials were roughly grouped into mid-elevation races, with average values of about 7Â°C and 1100 heat units (HU) for T(b) and TR, respectively, highland races, with T(b) of about 4Â°C and TR of 1200 HU, and tropical races, with T(b) of about 9Â°C and TR of 1000 HU. Under continuous culture o f a resistant cultivar, viable eggs per cyst declined 60-90% per plant growth cycle (4 weeks) and the number of cysts containing viable eggs had decreased by 77% after five cycles. Potato crops can be severely damaged by potato cyst nematodes Globodera rostochiensis and Globodera pallida, nematodes highly specific to potatoes and some other Solanaceae. Journal of Biology. data). 0 = with distinctive carpel demarcations, 1 = without distinctive carpel demarcations. NA, North America; SA, South America; CA, Central America. Howell (1933), based on this morphological variation, considered the GalÃ¡pagos population to be a subspecies of the populations from Pacific coast of South America. All characters were treated as unordered (non-additive) and equally weighted. Lista comentada de las plantas vasculares de bosques secos prioritarios para l conservación en los departamentos de Atlántico y Bolívar (Caribe colombiano Dinámica sucesional de un fragmento de bosque seco tropical del Valle del Cauca Colombia Foliage: Greyish green, Heart shaped leaves, red stems, hairy fruits, 2.5 inch orange small flowers Differential pathogenicity among the strains was also recorded. Later, Eliasson (1990) mentioned that some species closely related to A. filifolia, such as A. flavicoma, represent branches of the same evolutionary tree and could perhaps be accommodated as subspecies of A. filifolia. 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