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  • Cucumis metuliferus is resistant to root-knot nematode Mi1.2 gene (a)virulent isolates and a promising melon rootstock 

    Expósito Creo, Alejandro; Munera Giménez, María; Giné, Ariadna; López Gómez, Manuel; Cáceres, A.; Picó, B.; Gisbert Doménech, Carmina; Medina, V.; Sorribas Royo, Francisco Javier (2018-06-01)
    Article
    Open Access
    Pot experiments were carried out to characterize the response of two Cucumis metuliferus accessions BGV11135 and BGV10762) against Mi1.2 gene (a)virulent Meloidogyne arenaria , M. incognita and M. javanica isolates and ...
  • Grafting melons onto potential cucumis spp. rootstocks 

    Gisbert, C.; Sorribas Royo, Francisco Javier; Martínez Perez, Eva María; Gammoudi, N.; Bernat, G.; Picó, B. (2014)
    Conference report
    Open Access
    Cucumís melo is an economically importar]t crop. Its culture is hampered by differen t types of soil stresses. Grafting melons onto different resistant cucurbits belonging ...
  • Response of potential cucurbit rootstocks against Meloidogyne spp 

    Munera, M.; Giné, Ariadna; Pocurull Domènech, Miriam; Picó, B.; Gisbert, C.; Sorribas Royo, Francisco Javier (2014)
    Conference lecture
    Open Access
    the Cucurbita hybrids, usually used as cucurbit rootstocks, are susceptible to Meloidogyne. Its cultivation increases the nematode population densities at similar levels than ungrafted cucumber or melon crops, and ...