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Andreas Westphal holding plant roots
Purdue ID NumberPSD00002488
UNS IDwestphal-nematode
TitleAndreas Westphal holding plant roots
DescriptionRoot-knot nematodes, recently confirmed in southern Indiana, can cause extensive damage to soybeans, corn and watermelon, three of the main cash crops in that area of the Midwest. Purdue plant pathologist Andreas Westphal and his research team have identified several commercial varieties of soybeans that grow well in the area and are resistant or tolerant to this type of nematode and also to soybean cyst nematode. In the photo, Westphal is holding a tomato plant infected with root-knot nematodes, evidenced by the knobby growths on the roots.
Date of Original2008-02-27
SubjectsPurdue University
Universities & colleges--Indiana--West Lafayette
Genre (TGM)Digital Photographs
Extent of Original1 photograph : digital, JPEG, color
OrientationLandscape
RepositoryPurdue University Libraries, Karnes Archives and Special Collections
CreatorCampbell, Tom
Typeimage
Formatjpeg
CollectionPurdue Colleges and Departments
CollegeCollege of Agriculture
DepartmentBotany and Plant Pathology
RightsCourtesy of University News Service
Capture DeviceCanon EOS-1D Mark III
Resolution300 ppi
Color Depth24 bit
Color ManagementCamera RGB Profile
Binder NumberBD 2008
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