nematicidal


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nem·a·ti·ci·dal

, nematocidal (nem'ă-ti-sī'dăl),
Destructive to nematode worms.
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Nematicidal effect of some herbal powders and their aqueous extracts against Meloidogyne javanica.
Biological control of root-knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita: 2--Evaluation of the nematicidal effects of Tagetes erecta tissue culture under laboratory and greenhouse conditions.
Oka Y, Tkachi N, Shuker S, Yerumiyahu U (2007) Enhanced nematicidal activity of organic and inorganic ammonia-releasing amendments by Azadirachta indica extracts.
Sayre RM, Patrick ZA, Thorpe HJ (1965) Identification of a selective nematicidal component in extracts of plant residues decomposing soil.
It can be oxidised into its sulfoxide and sulfone metabolites in soil without losing its nematicidal properties (Ou and Rao 1986; Kookana et al.
Alternative methods for soybean cyst nematode control are chemical nematicides and transgenic soybeans that express nematicidal agents.
Our result have been shown neem seed powder could have nematocidial effect and it was parallel to studing of other researchers, various neem products including neem seed, neem cake, its oil and Nimin (containing neem triterpenes) as urea coating agents, and root-dip or seed treatment with neem extracts, have been found to be nematicidal against several species of parasitic nematodes [5] attacking vegetables and legumes [13].
Nematicidal and larvicidal activities of the essential oils from aerial parts of Pectis oligocephala and Pectis apodocephala Baker.
Jing GN, Halbrendt JM (1994) Nematicidal compounds from rapeseed (Brassica napus and B.
The nematicidal activity was recorded after 18 hours by counting the number of non-motile worms.