2 edition of systematic analysis of the pine pitch midges, Cecidomyia spp. (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) found in the catalog.
systematic analysis of the pine pitch midges, Cecidomyia spp. (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)
Raymond J. Gagnacutee
by Dept. of Agriculture, Science and Education Administration : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off in [Washington]
Written in English
|Statement||by Raymond J. Gagneacute ; prepared by Science and Education Administration.|
|Series||Technical bulletin - Dept. of Agriculture ; no. 1575, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1575.|
|Contributions||United States. Science and Education Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
PATHOGENIC MICROORGANISMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE SOUTHERN PINE CONEWORM (LEPIDOPTERA: PYRALIDAE) ATTACKING LOBLOLLY PINE N ENAD M IHELCIC 1 Department of Entomology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA J AMES L. H ANULA 2 AND G ARY L. D EBARR 3 USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Green St. Athens, GA 1. The large-scale cultivation of transgenic crops producing Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) toxins have already lead to the evolution of Bt resistance in some pest populations targeted by these by:
), "pine needle midge" (DeBoo et al. , DeBoo and LaPlante , Sterner and Davidson ), and "European pine needle midge" (Lavallee et al. , Kondo and Taylor ). We prefer the name "European needle-bending midge" to distinguish it from other North American and European pine needle midges. In Europe the condition orAuthor: Louis F Wilson, Frank J Sapio, Gary A Simmons. Editors' note - Identification of Pestalotiopsis spp. In editing the paper by Ozan et al. (), the claim that the fungus has been identified to species level (Pestalotiopsis photiniae) was originally accepted based on the sequence data. However on closer examination it became clear that it is not possible to identify Pestalotiopsis to species.
ABSTRACT. Gall midges (Diptera, Cecidomyiidae) associated with Aldina heterophylla Spr. ex Benth.(Fabaceae) are recorded. We found three galls morphotypes induced by Cecidomyiidae (Diptera) on leaflets of A. heterophylla.A new species of Cecidomyiidae - Lopesia aldinae is described and ilustrated based on material collected at Reserva Biológica da Campina, Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil. The distribution of 14 species of cecidomyiid in the western Palaearctic and Czechoslovakia is discussed and details of their host plants are given. Distribution maps are included for each species. Graphs showing the distribution of each species in successsive altitudinal zones in Czechoslovakia are by: 9.
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were isolated from these soils, using selective media. The isolated 40 fungi were characterizedCited by: 5. Three known species of scale insects belonging to the genus Matsucoccus occur on pine trees in northeastern North America: M.
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2 Durability: Generally classified as moderately resistant to attack by decay fungi and nonresistant to termites. Sapwood is particularly vulnerable to powder-post beetle and stain. Diseases of poplar caused by the native fungal pathogen Sphaerulina musiva and related species are of growing concern, particularly with the increasing interest in intensive poplar plantations to meet growing energy ulina musiva is able to cause infection on leaves, resulting in defoliation and canker formation on stems.
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A native of Africa, it causes considerable damage to. With some pests, integrated control can be supplemented with and economic analysis to further assist selection of management options. Citation: Tainter, F. Protection of shortleaf pine from insects and disease.
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This fungus requires moisture for infection and the production of wind-borne conidia and causes a devastating fruit and leaf spot disease of cultivated species of of % of yield can occur and growers may cease production where the disease is endemic.several Culicoides spp. (Jamnback and WirthCbaker ); and C.
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