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Cyst Nematodes in Equatorial and Hot Tropical Regions

  • Michel Luc
Part of the Nato ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 121)

Abstract

In the present communication, the term “cyst nematodes in equatorial and tropical regions” is used instead of the usual “tropical cyst nematodes” for two reasons:
  • in addition to those species of cyst nematodes that are closely associated with hot tropical crops and areas, there are others that are common in temperate areas which may also be occasionally found in the tropics;

  • the topographical meaning of “intertropical” encompasses some mountainous areas, namely in Central and South America, where climate, vegetation and crops are quite similar to those of temperate regions: these are the “cold tropics”.

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Sugar Cane Ivory Coast Hawaiian Island Cyst Nematode Potato Cyst Nematode 
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  • Michel Luc
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  1. 1.Musieum national d’Histoire naturelle Laboratoire des VersParisFrance

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