Stitching imaging allows to “stitch” multiple images at high resolution.
Aggregative behaviour of Pratylenchus spp.
I find their aggregative behaviour very fascinating. Pratylenchus spp. can be easily grown on a tissue culture, so that allows us to observe their behaviour easier than in vivo.
Yellowing by Pratylenchus penetrans on pea in Wisconsin
Photocredit. Dr. Ann E. MacGuidwin Pratylenchus spp. is the third most economically important neamtode pathogen, and yet their damage potential is not well studied for many crops. This picture clealy indicates the impact of the neamtode on crop health!