2 edition of outbreak of Oporinia autumna Bkh. and Operophthera spp. (Lep., Geometridae) in the Scandinavian mountain chain and northern Finland 1862-1968 found in the catalog.
outbreak of Oporinia autumna Bkh. and Operophthera spp. (Lep., Geometridae) in the Scandinavian mountain chain and northern Finland 1862-1968
|Series||Zoologiska bidrag från Uppsala. Supplement, 2|
|LC Classifications||SB945 G4 T4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||106|
The highly polyphagous Old World cotton bollworm Helicoverpa armigera is a quarantine agricultural pest for the American continents. Historically H. armigera is thought to have colonised the American continents around to 2 million years ago, leading to the current H. zea populations on the American continents. The relatively recent species divergence history is . During a natural outbreak of Nymphula depunctalis on different rice varieties sown at different densities in an experimental plot at the Central Rice Research Institute at Cuttack, India, the incidence of the pyralid was not significantly different at the different spacings or seedling densities per hill but increased significantly with increases in depth of standing water from 40 Cited by: 3.
Authors: N.R. Dunham, S.T. Peper, C. Downing, E. Brake, D. Rollins and R.J. Kendall Northern bobwhite (Colinus virginianus) and scaled quail (Callipepla squamata) have experienced chronic declines within the Rolling Plains ecoregion of tic infection, which has long been dismissed as a problem in quail, has not been studied thoroughly until recently. The autumn migration of Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner) was observed with radar and two types of light-trap at Langfang, Hebei province, China in and The sudden increase in the proportion of H. armigera moths in the searchlight trap indicated migration into the area and catches increased fold during the second half of the night due to the landing of Cited by:
Aim:This study aims to uncover the antioxidant defense mechanisms in Spodoptera litura larvae infected by the fungus Nomuraea rileyi. Methods: We measured the changes in the activities of superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT) and peroxidase (POD) in the infected larvae of S. litura at different instars and compared the influences of different inoculation approaches Author: Tang WeiYuan, Xing CongCong, Dong YongGang, Wang Xiao, Zhang YiMing. H. HOOGSTRAAL & HILDA Y. WASSEF E E 0 E E 25 0 E E 27 E E ci 26 E ()L E 0. 2JJ E E 0 E ~ " 31 E E E E E d TI 0 33 E E 1ktr d 32 35 FIG. Haemaphysalis (Rhipistoma) norvali sp. n., paratype nymph and larva (HH45,), (25, 26) nymph capitulum, dorsal and ventral.
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The outbreaks of Oporinia autumnata Bkh and Operophtera spp. (Lep., Geometridae) in the Scandinavian mountain chain and northern Finland – Article Jan Phytophthora ramorum on Calluna vulgaris, Photinia fraseri, and Pieris japonica in Poland1 Leszek B.
Orlikowski2, Aleksandra Trzewik2, and Grazyna Szkuta3 Abstract After recovery of Phytophthora ramorum from rhododendron and cowberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) in todisease symptoms were observed on three other ornamentals from. (Mylabris spp.) are the major ones causing drastic reduction in the yield of pigeonpea.
Several biochemical factors are known to be associated with insect resistance in pigeonpea. Knowledge on genetic nature of resistance in the host plant can be of great value in breeding programs by providing a quantitative basis for recombination.
InHahnemann, the founder of homeopathy, was the first to identify which homeopathic remedies would successfully treat people in an epidemic of Asiatic cholera that swept through Europe.
Those remedies were: Camphor during the first stage, and Cuprum metallicum, Veratrum album, Bryonia alba, and Rhus toxicodendron for the latter stages. hirta 'Chocolate Orange' R. hirta R. hirta, also called gloriosa daisy or yellow ox-eye daisy, is the floral emblem of the state of types have an upright habit and reach between 3 to 4 feet high.
This variety is a biennial or short-lived perennial hardy in zones 3 through 7. Baker KC, Rettenmund CL, Sander SJ, Rivas AE, Green KC, Mangus L et al. Clinical effect of hemoparasite infections in snowy owls (Bubo scandiacus).
Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. Mar 1;49(1)Cited by: 3. spp. on various genotypes of okra during and are presented in Table II. The genotype Pusa sawani gave maximum HPSI followed by Ikra-2 and Okra These three genotypes were found comparatively susceptible to fruit infestation caused by Earias spp.
The genotypes Lakshami, and Ikra anamika both. Forestation of agricultural lands has led to a great increase in the production of plants in forest nurseries in southern Spain. During a disease survey of several nurseries, performed in anda necrotic leaf spot was found causing defoliation in seedlings of two mediterranean forest species, the ericaceous shrub Arbutus unedo and the leguminous tree Ceratonia siliqua.
catclaw (Acacia spp.) and lotebush (Ziziphus obtusifolia) (Rollins, ). Collection and examination of quail Northern bobwhites and scaled quail were trapped from March to October in both and along the same km transect that was used to document an O.
petrowi epizootic in the study of Dunham et al. discernible for many years after the initial disease outbreak has passed. This is particularly the case for P.
ramorum and P. kernoviae as it is now known that P. ramorum can survive in soil in the absence of a host for at least two years (unpublished work, Alexandra Schlenzig, Science & Advice for Scottish Agriculture (SASA)) and P. Quercus spp.), chestnut (Castanea spp.), alder (Alnus spp.) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica) (Jung et al., ).
Phylogeny and evolutionary origins of Phytophthora species The genus Phytophthora, together with the genus Pythium, belong to the family Phythiaceae, and the class Oomycetes. Oomycetes share morphological similarities.
Borkhausenia crimnodes Meyrick, (Lepidoptera, Oecophoridae), a southern hemisphere species resident in Portugal Martin F. Corley1,2, Sónia Ferreira2, Alexander L. Lvovsky3, Jorge Rosete4 1 Corresponding author: Pucketty Farm Cottage, Faringdon, Oxfordshire SN7 8JP, U.K.; @ 2 CIBIO-InBIO, Centro de Investigação em Biodiversidade e Cited by: 1.
Slater &Baranowski: Oxycarenus hyalinipennis, West Indies should be noted that, despite its relatively recent description, O. bokalae is also. Phytophthora spp. (1,8,10,11). Fungal propagules can be dissem- Effect of drying on sporulation.
Sporangium formation of P. inated in splash droplets and wind-blown rain (8,10,12,13). parasitica in air-dried rhododendron leaf tissue was studied using.
Parasites and predators of Heliothis spp. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in cotton in the Namoi Valley, New South Wales Article in Australian Journal of Entomology 18(3). Central. ceee e ccess Singh et al. () Email: J Vet Med Res 4(1): () 3/6. Table 1.
Background: Plague was introduced to Madagascar in and continues to be a significant human health problem. It exists mainly in the central highlands, but in the s was reintroduced to the port city of Mahajanga, where it caused extensive human outbreaks.
Despite its prevalence, the phylogeography and molecular epidemiology of Y. pestis in Madagascar has been difficult. ‘Insects of Korea,’ an atlas book published by the Korea Na-tional Arboretum (Park et al., ) and in which the earwig was identified into ‘Anechura quelparta,’ which is consid-ered a synonym of Anechura japonica since Sakai().
Inthe first author discovered of the unknown ear-Anim. Syst. Evol. : Taewoo Kim, Masaru Nishikawa. oak (Quercus spp.), chestnut (Castanea spp.), alder (Alnus spp.) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica) (Jung et al., ). Phylogeny and evolutionary origins of Phytophthora species The genus Phytophthora, together with the genus Pythium, belong to the family Phythiaceae, and the class Oomycetes.
Oomycetes share morphological similarities. Morphological and molecular investigation of the parentage of Ophrys ¥ circlarium (O. lutea ¥ O. tarentina), a new hybrid orchid from Italy Giuseppe Pellegrino*, Francesca Bellusci & Aldo Musacchio Dipartimento di Ecologia, Università della Calabria, I.
The Moths of Borneo Noctuidae: Rivulinae, Phytometrinae, Herminiinae, Hypeninae and Hypenodinae by Holloway, J.d. at Pemberley Books Theme Oxley Nepal Slate Thistle Currency GBP (£) US$ EURO YEN." Predators and parasitoids of Hyphantria cunea in Pavia district (Northern Italy) [on host and indicator plants: Morus negundo - Lombardy] " " Predatori e parassitoidi di Hyphantia cunea in provincia di Pavia [Nord Italia - su piante ospiti indicatrici: Morus alba e Acer negundo - Cited by: 2.Review of Pennella Oken, (Copepoda: Pennellidae) with a description of Pennella benzi sp.
nov., a parasite of Escolar, Lepidocybium flavobrunneum (Pisces) in the northwest Atlantic Ocean Dataset homepage. Citation Hogans W E ().