Biological Control Potentials Of Predatory Nematodes

  • Anwar L. Bilgrami
Part of the Integrated Management of Plant Pests and Diseases book series (IMPD, volume 2)

Abstract

Biological control potential of predatory nematodes is evaluated and discussed in the following chapter. Attributes of a successful biological control agent such as mass production, reproductive potential, longevity, compatibility with agrochemicals, safety to non-target organisms, prey search ability, environmental adaptability, dispersal and persistence capabilities etc., are enumerated. Prey searching and feeding mechanisms, prey preferences, ecology, biology and conservation of predatory nematodes and prey resistance and susceptibility to predation are elaborated and supplemented with the list of plant-parasitic nematodes recorded as prey to various species of predatory nematodes.

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Biomass Agar Manure Defend Sawdust 

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  • Anwar L. Bilgrami
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  1. 1.Department of EntomologyRutgers UniversityNew BrunswickUSA

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