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Effect of Grafting on Resistance of Cucurbit Hybrids against Meloidogyne incognita Infection under Greenhouse Conditions

Effect of Grafting on Resistance of Cucurbit Hybrids against Meloidogyne incognita Infection under Greenhouse Conditions

Nourhan M.M. Hassnin, Ali H.H. Ali and Hosny H. Kesba*

Department of Zoology and Agricultural Nematology, Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, Giza 12613, Egypt

 
* Corresponding author: hosny.hosny@agr.cu.edu.eg

Fig. 2.

The relative expression of C1bZIP59 gene in watermelon plant samples (RC) Aswan F1/6001 F1 health, (RN) Aswan F1/6001 F1 F1/BS F1 infected with the nematode.

Fig. 3.

Expression of C1bZIP62 gene in watermelon plant samples. Data are presented as Mean±SD.

Fig. 4.

The relative expression of C1bZIP52 gene in watermelon plant samples, (RC) Aswan F1/6001 F1 healthy, (RN) Aswan F1/6001 F1 infected with nematode, (SC) Aswan F1/BS F1 healthy, (SN) Aswan F1/BS F1 infected with the nematode.

Fig. 5.

Comparsion between the high contents (%) of phytochemical groups in root exudates of Aswan F1/6001 F1 (HR), and Aswan F1/BS F1 (MS).

Fig. 1.

Expression of C1bZIP59 gene in watermelon plant samples. Data are presented as Mean±SD.

Pakistan Journal of Zoology

February

Vol. 55, Iss. 1, Pages 1-500

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