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|Biology and control of the Anguinid nematode associated with flood plain staggers / by Terry Bertozzi.
|School of Agriculture, Food and Wine : Plant and Pest Science
|Examines the distribution, biology and ecology of the Anguina-type nematodes and the bacterium Rathayibacter toxicus which are associated with flood plain staggers, a disease similar to annual ryegrass toxicity. Possible pasture and livestock management options to control the disease are discussed, as is biological control using the fungus Dilophospora alopecuri.
|Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, School of Agriculture and Wine, Discipline of Plant and Pest Science, 2003?
Plant nematodes as carriers of disease Australia.
Nematode-plant relationships Australia.
Grasses Toxicology Australia.
Livestock Diseases Australia.
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