Molecular identification of Ditylenchus destructor nematode with PCR Species-Specific primers in the Moscow region

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Potato ( Solanum tuberosum L.) is one of the most vital food and industrial crop and Ditylenchus destructor is an influential pathogenic potato nematode and is quarantine pest in many states and territories. As a result, the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) protocol was optimized to identify Ditylenchus destructor reliably and rapidly. The species-specific internal transcribed spacer (ITS) was used as the primer of the D. destructor ribosomal DNA gene. Some populations of this species from the Moscow region in the Russian Federation were investigated through species-specific primer PCR. New sequence from ITS-rRNA was deposited in the GenBank under accession number MN122076. The current molecular technique is more appropriate to distinguishing of nematode species, since it is practical, fast and precise.


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Niloufar Mahmoudi

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University); Russian Plant Quarantine Center (VNIIKR)

Author for correspondence.
Email: niloofarmahmoodi@ymail.com
Moscow, Russian Federation

PhD candidate, Department of Agro-Biotechnology, Agrarian and Technological Institute

Yousef Naserzadeh

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University); Russian Plant Quarantine Center (VNIIKR)

Email: unaserzadeh@gmail.com
Moscow, Russian Federation

PhD candidate, Department of Agro-Biotechnology, Agrarian and Technological Institute

Elena N Pakina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

Email: e-pakina@yandex.ru
Moscow, Russian Federation

PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Agro-Biotechnology, Agrarian and Technological Institute

Liudmila A Limantceva

Russian Plant Quarantine Center (VNIIKR)

Email: Limantseva.ludmila@vniikr.ru
Moscow region, Russian Federation

PhD, Senior scientist, Plant Quarantine Center

Davoud Kartuli Nejad

Semnan University

Email: Kartooli58@gmail.com
Semnan, Iran

Assistant Professor of Forestry, Faculty of Desert Studies

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