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Table of Contents
                            Preface
Contents
Eco-friendly Management of Phytonematodes in Pulses
Nematode Problems in Vegetable Crops
Management of Cereal Cyst Nematode, Heterodera avenae in Cereals
Root-knot Nematodes of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants and Their Eco-friendly Cost Effective Management
Nematode Management through Cropping Systems - A Conceptual Analysis
Nemic Problems in Maize and Their Management Strategies
Economic Management of Phyto-Nematodes in Pulse Crops
Plant Parasitic Nematodes : A Limiting Factor to the Cultivation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants and their Management Strategies
Eco-friendly Management of Cotton Nematodes
Management of Nematodes in Sugarcane
Management of Potato Nematodes
Role of Nematodes in Agro-ecosystem Management
Fungi for the Eco-friendly Management of Phytonematodes on Agricultural Crops and Its Future Perspectives
Bio-intensive Integrated Pest Management Modules for Nematode Management
Nematode Pests of Bast Fibre Crops and Their Management
Strategies of Phytonematode Management in Cereal-Wheat - A Report
Index
                        
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Eco-friendly Management
of

Phytonematodes

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142 Plant Parasitic Nematodes: A Limiting Factor to the Cultivation of Medicinal. ..

Cannabis sativa L. Ditylenchus dipsaci, BoHrung (1890); Steiner and

Helicotylenchus erythrinae, Buhrer (1932); Buhrer et at.

Heterodera humuli, H. schachtii, (1933); Winslow (1954);
I Longidorus maximus, Sturhan (1963); Khan et at.

Meloidogyne incognita, M. (1964); Nirula and Kumar

javanica, Tylenchorhynchus (1964); Goodey et al. (1965);

vulgaris, Upadhyay and Swarup (1972);

Bhatti and Dahiya (1977)

Capsicum annum L. Meloidogyne arenaria, M Goodey et al. (1965); Valdez

incognita (1968); Rajgopalan and Seshadri

(1969); Raveendran and

Nadakal (1975); Netscher and

Taylor (1979)

Capsicum Jrutescens Meloidogyne incognita Lal and Ansari (1960); Goodey

et al. (1965); Bos (1978)

Cassia angustifolia Vahl. Helicotylenchus sp., Patel et al. (1989)

Hoplolaimus sp., Heterodera

sp., Meloidogyne' incognita, M.

javanica, Pratylenchus sp.,

Tylenchorhynchus vulgaris

Cassia occidentalis L. Meloidogyne incognita, Thome (1936); Luc and

Meloidogyne incognita acrita, Deguiran (1960); Alam et al.

M. arenaria, Pratylenchus (1976)

pratensis

Cassia tora L. Helicotylenchus sp., Atkinson (1889); Steiner (1949);

Hoplolaimus indicus, Machmer (1951); Nirula and

Longidorus sp., Meloidogyne Kumar (1963); D'souza and

javanica, M. arenaria, Kashivishwanathan (\969);

Pratylenchus sp., P. coffeae, Khan et al. (1964); Lal et al.

Rotylenchulus reniform is, (1978)

Tylenchus sp.,

Tylenchorhynchus vulgaris

Catharanthus roseus (L.) Helicotylenchus sp., Goodey et al. (1965); Roy

Don Meloidogyne incognita, (1972); Anonymous (1984-85);

Pratylenchus sp., Rotylenchus Haseeb and Pandey (1987)

sp., Tylenchorhynchus vulgaris

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Plant Parasitic Nematodes: A Limiting Factor to the Cultivation of Medicinal. .. 143

Celastrus paniculatus Helicotylenchus sp., Haseeb and Pandey (1987)

Wi lId. Meloidogyne javanica,

Pratylenchus brachyurus

Chrysanthemum Aphelecoides ritzembosi, Edward (1955); Lordello (1957);

cinerifolium Ditylenchus dipsaci, Luc and DeGuiran (1960)

Meloidogyne hapla, M.

javanica. Pratylenchus sp.,

Rotylenchulus reniformis

Cissus qyadrangularis L. Meloidogyne incognita Haseeb et al. (1984); Haseeb

and Pandey (1987)

Clitoria ternatea L. Helicotylenchus sp., Alam (1981); Azmi (1978);

Meloidogyne incognita, M Nadakal (l964b)

javanica, Tylenchorhynchus

vulgaris, Pratylenchus sp.

Cichorium intybus L. Ditylenchus dipsaci, Licopoli (1877); Geisenheyner

Hoplolaimus indicus, (1902); Baudys (1948); Martin

Meloidogyne arenaria, M (1954); Oostenbrink (1954);

incognita, M hapla, M Gaskin and Crittenden (1956);

javanica, Pratylenchus Loof (1960); Mai et al. (1960);

penetrans, P. pratensis, Steiner and Buhrer (1932b)

Rotylenchulus reniformis

Coleus aromaticus Benth. Meloidogyne incognita, Raveendran and Nadakal (1975)

Tylenchorhynchus vulgaris,

Pratylenchus sp.

Coleus blumei Meloidogyne incognita Maqbool et al. (1985)

Coleus forskohlii Benth. Meloidogyne incognita, M Patel et af. (1989); Haseeb et al.

javanica (2000c)

Commiphora wightii Jacq. Hoplolaimus sp., Longidorus Bessey (1911); Georghiou

sp., Meloidogyne incognita, M (1957); Haseeb et al. (1984,

javanica, Pratylenchus sp., 1985)

Tylenchorhynchus vulgaris

Convolvulus microphyllus Meloidogyne incognita, M. Haseeb et al. (1984, 1985)

Sieber. Ex. Spreng. javanica, Pratylenchus sp.

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294

Parasitic nematodes in medicinal and
aromatic plants, 122-58

Ajwain, 136-37

an introduction, 122-23

aromatic grasses, 137-38

Basil, 132-34

Davana, 130-31
Henbane, 131-32

Mentha species, 123-29
other plants, 138-58

Patchouli, 136

yam, 134-36
Patel, 7, 8, 182, 183

Pathak,8

Phytonematode management in cereal-

wheat, 278-88

alternative management of CCN, 283-84

an introduction, 278-79

biotype studies ofCCN, 279-80

seed gall nematode, 282-83

soil biology, 281-82

tillage options and impact, 280-81
wheat seed galls & importance in wheat

export, 284-88

Phytonematodes in pulses: eco-friendly

management, 1-22

an introduction, 1

crop improvement for resistance, 15-16

crop losses, 5-7

future thrusts, 21-22

host plant resistance, 16-21

host range and threshold, 8

hot spots, 7-8
inkrachon, 9-10

management, 10-15

nature of damage, 5
\

occurrence and distribution, 2-4
screening technique, 10

Pinkerton, 125

Plant quarantine, 32

Potato cyst nematode, 199-204

PRA,285,287
Prasad,47

Pruthi and Bhatti, 286

R
Rajvanshi and Bishnoi, 51, 55

Rajvanshi and Sharma, 48, 53, 54
Ramana and Mohandas, 31

Rao and Goswami, 229

Rao and Krishnappa, 11
Raymundo, 81

Reddy and Khan, 38, 40
Reddy, 180

Reniform nematode, 181,267

Renjhen, 32

Resistant cotton cultivars, 184-85

RFLP,21

Rhoades, 125, 127, 128, 133

Index

Role of nematodes in agro-ecosystem

management, 212-19

Root lesion nematode, 125-26
Root-knot nematodes of medicinal and

aromatic plants, 59-76
an introduction, 59-67

Davana, 76

nematodes of mints, 67-72

Hlenbanes, 72-76
Root-knot nematodes, 27-29, 101-02, 123-

25, 130-36, 180-81,204-09,262-67

S
Saxena and Reddy, 6, 8

Seinhorst, 82

Shafi, 15
Shafiee and Jenkins, 30

Sharma and McDonald, 5, 7

Sharma, 1,6,8, 12

Shetty and Reddy, 37

Siddiqui and Mahmood, 12,230
Singh and Rao, 8

Singh and Sitaramaiah, 37

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Index

Sivakumar, 180

Skotland and Menzies, 127

Sobin, 15

Soil amendments, 51, 1 16, 252-53
Solarisation,49-50, 115, 194,253
Somani and Tikka, 81

Sorghum cyst nematode, 102-03
Spatial cropping system, 82-83

.l Spiral nematode, 269
Srivastava and Sethi, 93-98, 102
Srivastava, 92, 93, 97, 98

Stirling and White, 224
Stunt nematode, 103-04

Sugarcane: management of nematodes,

192-97
an introduction, 192-93
biological control, 196

crop losses, 193

eco-friendly management, 194-95

resistant varieties, 197

Sultan, 13

'Swarup and Singh, 48

T
Tabreiz, 229
Tamil Nadu Pest Act (1971), 200

Temporal cropping system, 83
Thangaraju, 3 I

Thirumalacher, MJ., 204
Thorne, 80

Tiyagi and Alam, 5, 14

Transgenics with nematode toxic gene,

20-21
Treub, 180, 192

Trivedi and Barker, 80

U
Upadhayay and Swarup, 103

Upadhyay and Banerjee, 18

Upadhyay and Dwivedi, 12
Use of nematicides, I 14-1.5
Ustinov, DI

v
YAM-fungi, 69, 70, 73, 74,233,284
Varaprasad,8

Vasudeva and Hingorani, 282

Vats and Bajaj, 86
Vicente, 226

Vyas and Patel, 187, 188

W

Walia and Bansal, 228

Walia, 30

Walters, 101

West, 135

White gold, 179

Wilson, 80

Wollenweber, 200

y

Yadav, 112
Yeates, 212

Yield losses in pulse crops due to

nematodes, 6

Z
Zaidi,5

Zaki and Bhatti, 8,39,226,227

Zaki and Maqbool, 12,228
Zuckerman, 230

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