Length = (av. = ) �m; width = (av. = ) �m. Female: Adult white, lemon-shaped with large egg-mass often almost. During to in several nematological surveys in the Tepeaca Valley, Puebla, Mexico, carrot cyst nematode, Heterodera carotae was. General information about Heterodera carotae (HETDCA).

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The new sequences were deposited in the GenBank under accession numbers: Median esophageal bulb rounded with distinct valve.

Chlorosis heterpdera reddish foliage. Results and discussion Symptoms Patches with poorly developed carrots were observed in the infected fields of the Carohae Valley, Puebla, Mexico Fig. Excretory pore av. European Journal of Plant Pathology Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

Molecular Biology and Evolution Russian Journal of Nematology The carrot cyst nematode Heterodera carotae is a highly specialized parasite infecting only wild and cultivated carrots Daucus carota L. Females were used for morphology and morphometry.

In this study, the cyst nematode was identified as H. Cid del Prado-Vera, I.

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Eggs are found in the cysts attached to the root systems of carrot plants and in plant debris and contaminated soil. Vulval slit in a cleft on cone-top.

Return to Heteroderidae Menu. A destructive nematode of carrot.

Datasheet Heterodera carotae carrot cyst nematode. International Journal of Nematology Heteroderidae caarotae barley Hordeum vulgare L. Commonwealth Institute of Helminthology.


A, Phylogenetic relationships within populations and species of the Goettingiana group of the genus Heterodera as inferred from Bayesian analysis using the COI gene sequence dataset.

Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: B, Statistical parsimony carotaee showing the phylogenetic relationships between haplotypes of species hrterodera the Goettingiana group.

Journal of Nematology 25 No. De la Jara-Alcocer, F. Feeding site establishment and development typical of genus. It was shown that using presently available molecular tools it is not possible to make an accurate differentiation of H. Cyst nematodes in Mexico, Central and South America. Turkish Journal of Zoology Development of egg-sac starts about 4 weeks later. Although carrot yield losses caused by this heteroddera is not exactly estimated, however, the growers have been forced to stop sowing carrots where the nematode is present.

Nematode description Cysts Light brown lemon shaped with small vulval cone. A new cyst nematode, Cactodera torreyanae sp. Vulval slit, av. Journal of Nematology Society of Nematologists.

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Heterodera carotae Pest Information

Vermiform, anterior region heavily sclerotized, strong stylet well developed. BI analysis was initiated with a random starting tree and was run with four chains for 1. The males move through the soil searching for females, and after fertilisation, the juveniles begin to develop inside the female’s body. The host range test allowed to distinguish these species from each other.

Pie chart sizes are proportional to the number of samples with a particular haplotype. It has been identified as belonging to the Goettingiana group Subbotin et al.


Some hatch soon after the cyst is formed and the second stage juveniles disperse through the soil and invade young rootlets by piercing through the epidermis with their stylets. Females White lemon shaped with large egg sac almost of the size of the female; vulval slit on cone terminus.

Heterodera carotae (HETDCA)[Overview]| EPPO Global Database

Cyst nematodes of the genus Heterodera and Globodera in Sicily. Heterodera carotae Jones, Integrative diagnosis of carrot cyst nematode Heterodera hwterodera using morphology and several molecular markers for an accurate identification. Journal of Nematology 24 4S: Annals of Applied Biology Phylogenetic relationships within the cyst-forming nematodes Nematoda, Heteroderidae based on analysis of sequences from the ITS regions of ribosomal DNA.

Our study also heherodera difference between the male stylet length, being longer for H.

Four weeks after invasion the juveniles moult and the females become mature. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report.