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Author(s):Choo, Ho Yul; Kim, Hyeong Hwan; Lee, Dong Woon; Ha, Pan Jung; Lee, Sang Myeong; Lee, Tae Woo
Author Affiliation:Choo, Kim, Lee, D. W. and Ha: Department of Agricultural Biology, and the Institute of Agriculture and Fishery Development, Gyeongsang National University, Chinju, Gyeongnam; Lee, S. M.: Nambu Forestry Experiment Station, Forestry Research Institute, Chinju, Gyeongnam; Lee, T. W.: Anyang Benest Golf Club, Gunpo, Gyeonggi, Korea
Title:Relationship between entomopathogenic nematode and entomopathogenic fungus, Beauveria brongniartii
Source:Korean Journal of Turfgrass Science. Vol. 12, No. 2, 1998, p. 127-140[580-593].
Publishing Information:Korea: Turfgrass Society of Korea
# of Pages:14
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Entomopathogenic nematodes; Entomopathogenic fungi; Beauveria brongniartii; Biological control; Hosts of plant pests
Abstract/Contents:"Interrelationship of entomopathogenic nematodes within nematode species and between entomopathogenic fungus, Beauveria brongniartii was investigated to enhance nematode efficacy. The matured adults of S. glaseri were not different depending on host weight but different in infective juveniles propagated. When several concentrations of infective juveniles were inoculated to host at 20┬░C or 30┬░C, the number of females and males matured in the host was variable both in S. glaseri and in S. monticola depending on concentrations. Total matured adults at the concentrations of over 40 infective juveniles were more than at those of below 20 ones. Although there showed no difference in infective juveniles propagated depending on concentrations, infective juveniles were significantly low at high concentration, 1,000 infective juveniles in both species and temperature. Steinernematids generally outcompeted heterorhabditids when they were inoculated together to the same host in a container. Mortalities were 76.2^D+-4.8 by S. carpocapsae Pocheon and 23.8^D+-4.8 by H. bacteriophora Hamyang. When S. carpocapsae Pocheon and H. bacteriophora NC 1 were inoculated together, mortalities were 90.5^D+-4.8 by S. carpocapsae Pocheon and 9.5^D+-4.8 by H. bacteriophora NC 1. The similar trends were shown in the combination of S. glaseri NC (61.9^D+-9.5% and 80.9^D+-4.8%) and H. bacteriophora Hamyang (38.1^D+-9.5%) or H. bacteriophora NC 1 (19.1^D+-4.8%). When entomopathogenic nematodes were inoculated with B. brongniartii to a host, co-infection with fungus was observed from 12 hr pre-treatment of B. brongniartii with S. carpocapsae All and 6 hr pre-treatment of B. brongniartii with H. bacteriophora NC 1. Nematode, fungus, and nematode-fungus coinfection were observed from 48 hr pretreatment of B. brongniartii. However, infective juveniles emerged from co-infected cadevers were much fewer than nematode alone infection."
Note:Abstract appears in English
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Choo, H. Y., H. H. Kim, D. W. Lee, P. J. Ha, S. M. Lee, and T. W. Lee. 1998. Relationship between entomopathogenic nematode and entomopathogenic fungus, Beauveria brongniartii. (In English, with English abstract.) Korean Journal of Turfgrass Science. 12(2):p. 127-140[580-593].
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