activity of crude extract of Penicillium sp.
Various plant parts of this species (the roots, branches, stems, leaves, flowers, seed extracts, and oils) possess insecticidal, repellent, nematicidal
, and bactericidal effects, and they were tested against a wide range of pests of agricultural importance (Prakash & Rao 1997).
Verticillium lecanii) (Gams and Zare, 2001) is widely known as an entomopathogenic fungus (Cuthbertson et al., 2010) that also possesses mycoparasitic and nematicidal
properties against food spoilage (Fenice et al., 1998a) and plant diseases (Ownley et al., 2010; Goettel et al., 2008).
activity of essentials oils and their components againts the root-knot nematode.
The phytochemicals with potential nematicidal
properties are also derived from different parts of plants and used against nematodes, but information related to their methods and application is still lacking (Akhtar and Mahmood, 1994; Renco, 2013).
properties of metabolites of symbiotic bacteria Xenorhabdus spp.
Present investigation was conducted to exploit the nematicidal
potential of bio and synthetic chemicals against Meloidogyne incognita (Kofoid and White) on tomato.
Filtrates from various strains of fungi shown nematicidal
activity (Hallman and Sikora, 1996; Abbas et al., 2011).
The Caryocar species is considered a promising medicinal product due to its bactericidal, fungicidal, leishmanicidal, and nematicidal
activities [14, 15].
activity of Orchradanus baccatus against the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne javanica.
Carbon source-dependent antifungal and nematicidal
volatiles derived during anaerobic soil disinfestation.
In vitro and in vivo nematicidal
activities of the cyclic dodecapeptide omphalotin A.