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Mononchus Nematodes

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Dylan Brennan

on 19 April 2012

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Transcript of Mononchus Nematodes

Mononchus Nematodes Predatory Nematodes of the Soil Food Web
Mononchus Truncatis Dylan Brennan Habitat Almost everywhere including water and many types of soil.
Climate Nematodes have an extremely adaptable regarding temperature range, but have specific temperatures that help their bodily functions. They are different for every breed.
15 degrees Celsius is ideal for moving around
25 degrees Celsius increases probability of larvae hatching
27.5 degrees Celsius increases fertility during breeding

http://www.for-wild.org/download/mysteries/furthermysteries.pdf http://www.apsnet.org/EDCENTER/ADVANCED/TOPICS/ECOLOGYANDEPIDEMIOLOGYINR/DISEASEPROGRESS/Pages/StingNematode.aspx Food Web Amoeba Water Flea Water Bear Green Hydra Mononchus Nematode Copepod Green Algae Green Algae provides shelter for almost every part of the soil food web Adaptations and Symbiosis Some have symbiotic bacteria that live in their "stomachs" and help process food.
Sometimes nematodes that feed on plant roots can stimulate plant growth as long as the plant is in healthy conditions
There are other types of nematode that are parasitic Mononchus are not R K Lay 10-15 eggs
Eggs are resistant to freezing and lack of oxygen
Eggs are ready to hatch between a few hours and a week
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