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Nematology, ISSN 1388-5545, 2006, Volume 8, Issue 3, pp. 455 - 474
The evolutionary relationships of 82 species of tylenchid and aphelenchid nematodes were evaluated by use of sequence data of the D2 and D3 expansion fragments... 
Root-knot nematodes | Evolution | Phylogeny | Radopholus | Cyst-forming nematodes | LSU rRNA | MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION | HETERODERIDAE | RDNA | CYST | CLASSIFICATION | evolution | ZOOLOGY | root-knot nematodes | NEMATODES | SP-N | phylogeny | ORDER TYLENCHIDA | PRATYLENCHUS-COFFEAE | cyst-forming nematodes
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by Cao, J and Li, XM and Li, X and Li, HL and Meng, LH and Wang, BG
PHYTOCHEMISTRY LETTERS, ISSN 1874-3900, 08/2019, Volume 32, pp. 1 - 5
A new delta-lactone (penicoffeazine A, 1) and two pairs of new isocoumarin derivatives (penicoffrazins B and C, 2 and 3), along with five known isocoumarin... 
Mangrove-derived fungus | Secondary metabolites | METABOLITES | CHEMISTRY, MEDICINAL | Antioxidant activity | Penicillium coffeae | Antibacterial activity | RED ALGA | PLANT SCIENCES
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NEMATROPICA, ISSN 0099-5444, 06/2015, Volume 45, Issue 1, pp. 118 - 127
A preliminary and limited nematode survey was conducted in the three main banana-producing areas of South Africa, namely Onderberg, Hazyview (both in... 
Pratylenchus coffeae | screening | VIETNAM | Radopholus similis | POPULATIONS | RADOPHOLUS-SIMILIS | DAMAGE | host response | Musa | ZOOLOGY | Meloidogyne incognita | Helicotylenchus multicinctus | survey | PRATYLENCHUS-COFFEAE | MUSA SPP | Meloidogyne javanica
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Nematological Research (Japanese Journal of Nematology), ISSN 0919-6765, 2016, Volume 46, Issue 1, pp. 21 - 24
「スナイパー」は、「たちいぶき(後作サツマイモのネコブセンチュウ害を抑制する秋季飼料用品種)」から育成されたエンバク新品種である。本研究では、九州地域の畑地に分布する5 種植物寄生性線虫に対する「スナイパー」の感受性を調査した。ポット条件下の調査では、4... 
Pratylenchus coffeae | Avena sativa | Meloidogyne spp
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Nematropica, ISSN 0099-5444, 2018, Volume 48, Issue 2, pp. 172 - 178
Twenty-five breadfruit plantings on the islands of Kaua'i, Maui, and O'ahu were surveyed for plant-parasitic nematodes. Soil and breadfruit root samples were... 
Pratylenchus coffeae | Mesocriconema | Meloidogyne | Paratylenchus | Rotylenchulus reniformis | Helicotylenchus dihystera | O'ahu | Tylenchorhynchus | Kaua'i | Maui | TECHNOLOGIES | CONSERVATION | ZOOLOGY
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Acarologia, ISSN 0044-586X, 06/2018, Volume 58, Issue 3, pp. 647 - 654
Susceptibility of red spider mite. Oligonychus coffeae Nietner (Acari: Tetranychidae), collected from conventionally-managed (synthetic acaricide usage) versus... 
Acaricides | Tolerance | Tea | Detoxifying enzymes | Oligonychus coffeae | detoxifying enzymes | TEA PLANTATIONS | STRAINS | acaricides | MANAGEMENT | MECHANISM | INSECTICIDE RESISTANCE | ESTERASES | ENTOMOLOGY | tea | BIFENTHRIN | NORTH BENGAL | tolerance
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Nematology, ISSN 1388-5545, 2012, Volume 14, Issue 8, pp. 987 - 1004
A new root-lesion nematode, particularly pathogenic to Musa spp. and causing important plantain losses in Ghana, is described and named Pratylenchus speijeri... 
Pratylenchus coffeae | Musa spp | Taxonomy | Morphology | Ghana | New species | SEM | Phylogeny | Molecular | Morphometrics | Species complex | new species | MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION | species complex | RDNA | morphology | SEQUENCES | PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS | TYLENCHIDA | GENUS | taxonomy | IDENTIFICATION | morphometrics | ZOOLOGY | COFFEAE | D3 EXPANSION | phylogeny | RIBOSOMAL DNA | molecular
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Journal of Nematology, ISSN 0022-300X, 09/2017, Volume 49, Issue 3, pp. 276 - 285
Pratylenchus haiduongensis sp. n. is described as associated with carrot (Daucus carota subsp. sativus (Hoffm.) Schubl. & G. Martens) in Hai Duong Province,... 
Carrot | Vietnam | Root-lession nematode | Morphology | New species | SEM | Molecular | new species | RDNA | ZOOLOGY | morphology | COFFEAE | molecular | root-lession nematode | FRAGMENT-LENGTH-POLYMORPHISM | carrot | root–lession nematode | Taxonomy and Systematics
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Studies in Mycology, ISSN 0166-0616, 09/2015, Volume 82, Issue 82, pp. 137 - 217
The Didymellaceae was established in 2009 to accommodate Ascochyta, Didymella and Phoma, as well as several related phoma-like genera. The family contains... 
Phoma | Multi-locus phylogeny | Taxonomy | Ascochyta | Didymella | SMALL CONIDIA | ASCOCHYTA-FABAE | FIELD CROPS | SCIENTIFIC NAMES | SECTION PHOMA | PULSE LEGUMES | COMMON PARASITIC FUNGI | RIBOSOMAL DNA | SP-NOV | MYCOLOGY | MONOGRAPH | Ascomycota | Fungi | Genetic aspects | Identification and classification | E. henningsii (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. viburnicola (Oudem.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. bellidis (Neerg.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. glomerata (Corda) Q. Chen & L. Cai | All. piperis (Tassi) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Research Paper | All. zantedeschiae (Dippen.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. musae (P. Joly) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. maydis (Arny & R.R. Nelson) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. heteroderae (Boerema et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Phomatodesaubrietiae (Moesz) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ca. clematidina (Thüm.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. nigricans (P.R. Johnst. & Boerema) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. aliena (Fr.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. rumicicola (Boerema & Loer.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | H. nobilis (Kabát & Bubák) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Paraboeremia Q. Chen & L. Cai | E. draconis (Berk. ex Cooke) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. dimorpha (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | H. novae-verbascicola (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | X. asphodeli ( E. Müll.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | E. huancayense (Turkenst.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. chenopodii (P. Karst. & Har.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. boeremae (Gruyter) Q. Chen & L. Cai | All. tropica (R. Schneid. & Boerema) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neoa. exitialis (Morini) Q. Chen & L. Cai | No. quercina (Syd.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. rhei (Ellis & Everh.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. sancta (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Epicoccumbrasiliense (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. pinodella (L.K. Jones) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. gardeniae (S. Chandra & Tandon) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ca. clematidis-rectae (Petr.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Didymellaacetosellae (A.L. Sm. & Ramsb.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neodidymelliopsiscannabis (Aa & Boerema) Q. Chen & L. Cai | As. medicaginicola var. macrospora (Boerema et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Pa. selaginellae (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. longicolla (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | X. catariae (Cooke & Ellis) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Calophomaaquilegiicola (M. Petrov) Q. Chen & L. Cai | H. poolensis (Taubenh.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Nothophomaanigozanthi (Tassi) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neoascochytadesmazieri (Cavara) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ascochytaherbicola (Wehm.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neoa. paspali (P.R. Johnst.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. dactylidis (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neoa. graminicola (Punith.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. anserina (Marchal) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Allophomalabilis (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | As. phacae (Corbaz) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Heterophomaadonidis (Moesz) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ascochytamedicaginicola var. medicaginicola Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neoa. europaea (Punith) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neodidymelliopsis Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. coffeae-arabicae (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Nothophoma Q. Chen & L. Cai | Allophomanicaraguensis Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. aurea (Gruyter et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ca. complanata (Tode) Q. Chen & L. Cai | No. arachidis-hypogaeae (V.G. Rao) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. americana (Morgan-Jones & J.F. White) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Phomat. nebulosa (Pers.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Microsphaeropsidaceae Q. Chen, L. Cai & Crous | Neoascochyta Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. molleriana (G. Winter) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. pedeiae (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Paraboeremiaadianticola (Aa & Boerema) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Didymellasenecionicola Q. Chen & L. Cai | As. versabilis (Boerema et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. eucalyptica (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. mascrostoma (Mont.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Xenodidymella Q. Chen & L. Cai | Boeremialilacis (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. protuberans (Lév.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Phomaneerlandica Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. negriana (Thüm.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. microchlamydospora (Aveskamp & Verkley) Q. Chen & L. Cai | As. nigripycnidia (Boerema et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Heterophoma Q. Chen & L. Cai | X. humicola (J.C. Gilman & E.V. Abbott) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Stagonosporopsishelianthi Q. Chen & L. Cai | Pa. putaminum (Speg.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ca. vodakii (E. Müll.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. curtisii (Berk.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | No. gossypiicola (Gruyter) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Phomatodes Q. Chen & L. Cai | Allophoma Q. Chen & L. Cai | H. sylvatica (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | No. infossa (Ellis & Everh.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Xenodidymellaapplanata (Niessl) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Ca. glaucii (Brunaud) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. calidophila (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neod. polemonii (Cooke) Q. Chen & L. Cai | Calophoma Q. Chen & L. Cai | Neod. xanthina (Sacc.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | All. minor (Aveskamp et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. subglomerata (Boerema et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. subherbarum (Gruyter et al.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | D. pomorum (Thüm.) Q. Chen & L. Cai | E. plurivorum (P.R. Johnst.) Q. Chen & L. Cai
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Nematology, ISSN 1388-5545, 2013, Volume 15, Issue 5, pp. 589 - 599
The pathogenicity of five plant-parasitic nematode species, Radopholus similis, Pratylenchus coffeae, Helicotylenchus multicinctus, Hoplolaimus pararobustus... 
Pratylenchus coffeae | Hoplolaimus pararobustus | stem snapping | Helicotylenchus multicinctus | Meloidogyne | plant toppling | bunch weight | yield | Radopholus similis | lesion nematodes | WEST-AFRICA | HELICOTYLENCHUS-MULTICINCTUS | NIGERIA | ZOOLOGY | CROPS | PRATYLENCHUS-COFFEAE | BANANA
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Tetrahedron, ISSN 0040-4020, 10/2012, Volume 68, Issue 40, pp. 8480 - 8486
Nine new mycotoxins; five xanthones 1–5, hydroxanthone 6, and three anthraquinones 7–9, together with nine known compounds; sterigmatocystin (10),... 
Bioactive secondary metabolites | Scale insect fungi | Aschersonia coffeae | Mycotoxins | STERIGMATOCYSTIN | ASPERGILLUS-VERSICOLOR | METABOLITES | PATHOGEN | CHEMISTRY | CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC | ALEYRODIS | Fungi | Aflatoxins | Spectroscopy | Body centered cubic lattice | Insects | Anthraquinones | Tetrahedrons
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Animal Biology, ISSN 1570-7555, 2014, Volume 64, Issue 4, pp. 395 - 400
The tea plant, Camellia sinensis (L.), has been cultivated since ancient time and is host to several pest species that can significant reduce productivity. One... 
Tea mite | West Bengal | Oligonychus coffeae | India | ZOOLOGY | tea mite
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Journal of Nematology, ISSN 0022-300X, 03/2017, Volume 49, Issue 1, pp. 2 - 11
Lilium longiflorum cv. Nellie White, commonly known as Easter lily, is an important floral crop with an annual wholesale value of over $26 million in the... 
Pratylenchus penetrans | Cell biology | Easter lily | Electron microscopy | Lilium longiflorum | Root-lesion nematode | MANAGEMENT | TRANSCRIPTOME | PATHOLOGY | root-lesion nematode | HISTOPATHOLOGY | GENOME | cell biology | THORNEI | ZOOLOGY | COFFEAE | RESISTANCE | electron microscopy | EXPRESSION | SCRIBNERI | Contributed Paper
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Journal of Entomological Research, ISSN 0378-9519, 2016, Volume 40, Issue 1, pp. 43 - 47
In the present study, biocontrol efficacy of two entomopathogenic fungi, Penicillium citrinum and Penicillium chrysogenum was evaluated against red spider... 
Tea | Entomopathogenic fungi | Oligonychus coffeae | Penicillium citrinum and Penicillium chrysogenum
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Nematology, ISSN 1388-5545, 2019, Volume 2019, Issue 8, pp. 805 - 811
Summary Dry root disease of yam (Dioscorea spp.), caused by Scutellonema bradys, Pratylenchus coffeae and P. brachyurus, is prominent among the plant disease... 
Pratylenchus coffeae | Emilia coccinea | Commelina benghalensis | ROTYLENCHULUS-RENIFORMIS | MELOIDOGYNE | PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODES | lesion nematodes | HOSTS | alternative hosts | ZOOLOGY | yam nematode | Pratylenchus brachyurus | Ageratum conyzoides | Brazil | dry root disease | Dioscorea spp | Plant diseases | Desiccants | Nematodes | Dry rot | Population statistics | Species | Weeds
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European Journal of Plant Pathology, ISSN 0929-1873, 8/2016, Volume 145, Issue 4, pp. 973 - 998
Root-lesion nematodes of the genus Pratylenchus are among the most damaging nematodes for crop and ornamental plants worldwide. There are about 75 described... 
Taxonomy | Ecology | Phylogeny | Coffee | Root-lesion | Life Sciences | Plant Pathology | rDNA | Life Sciences, general | Chrysanthemum | Panama | Agriculture | Fern | Bayesian inference | Plant Sciences | Rice | POPULATION | N. SP NEMATODA | AGRONOMY | PARASITIZING WILD | TYLENCHIDA | Rootlesion | CHARACTERS | PLANT SCIENCES | HORTICULTURE | COFFEAE | PSEUDOCOFFEAE | SPAIN | Nematoda | Plants | Nematodes | Ferns | Bayesian analysis
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