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Abstract This study compared the nutritional indices in third instar female nymphs of the tropical grasshopper, Poecilocerus bmtonius, after feeding on Calotropis procera or wheat seedling. Analysis of the main and interactive effects of feeding on C. procera indicates that nymph performance was...
Abstract TaqMan real-time quantitative PCR assays were developed for the accurate detection and quantification of DNA from Fusarium poae and F. graminearum species, which are able to produce trichothecenes. These and other PCR assays were used for the quantification of trichothecene-producing...
Abstract We followed the abundance and changes of aphid species flying over (migrating and/or swarming) and feeding on broad bean for 20 years (1982 – 2001). Data were collected in Mosonmagyaróvár and the results are relevant to the region of Kisalföld. The ranges of data confirm that aphids fly...
Abstract The potentiality of Lentinus connatus, a new mushroom fungus identified in Tamil Nadu, India, for biomanure production from sugarcane trash (Saccharum officinarum L.), was studied in comparison with existing biodegrader Pleurotus sajor-caju. Lentinus connatus elaborated high...
Abstract The pre-penetration and infection process of Colletotrichum dematium on mulberry leaf was investigated by scanning electron microscope. Conidia produced on germination appressoria directly or at the end of short germ tubes. Appressoria were formed mostly over cuticle, but sometimes over...
Abstract Trichogramma cacoeciae Marchall, T. brassicae Bezdenko and T. evanescens Westwood could be useful in biological control programmes of agricultural insect pest. The possibility of storing adult Trighogramma species at low temperatures, and the effect of such storage on the quality of the...
Abstract An investigation was conducted in pots to access the susceptibility of three lepidopteran pests, namely, gram pod borer, Helicoverpa armigera, greater wax moth, Galleria mellonella, and rice moth, Corcyra cephalonica, to two recently described species, Steinernema masoodi, S. seemae,...
Abstract During a survey of foliar spot of wheat in different agro-ecological wheat production zones, conducted in 2005, Collectotrichum graminicola was found to cause anthracnose in wheat with other foliar diseases like leaf blotch. Pathogenicity has been carried out to fulfill Koch's postulates.
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