2 edition of Propagation and storage of Neoaplectana carpocapsae Weiser using Amyelois transitella (Walker) adults. found in the catalog.
1979 by Agricultural Research (Western Region), Science and Education Administration, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English
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Propagation and storage of Neoaplectana carpocapsae Weiser using Amyelois transitella (Walker) adults. Related Titles. Series: Advances in agricultural technology. AAT-W ; 3. United States. Science and Education Administration. Agricultural Research. Western Region. Type. Book Material. Published material.
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United States Department of Advances in Agricultural Technology, Western Series. "Propagation and Storage of Neoplectana carpocapsae Weiser Using Amyelois transitella (Walker) Adults." U.S. Department of Agriculture Publ. AAT-W SUSCEPTIBILITY OF HARDWOOD BORERS TO NEMATODES LINDEGREN, J.
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Menees, Note brève LABORATORY PRODUCTION OF NEOAPLECTANA CARPOCAPSAE WEISER AFFECTED BY NIPAGIN AND STREPTOMYCIN Alain KERMARREC and Hervé MAULEON INM, Centre des Antilles, Station de Zoologie et Lutte Biologique, 70 Petit Bourg, Guadeloupe.
Biological control of insect pests by the rhabditid. Lindegren JE, Hoffman DF, Collier SS, Fries RD () Propagation and storage of Neoaplectana carpocapsae Weiser using Amyelois transitella (Walker) adults.
USDA Adv Agric –5 Google Scholar Lindegren JE, Wonge TT, Melnnis DO () Response of Mediterranean fruit fly (Diptera: Tephritidae) to the entomopathgenous nematode Steinernema. The effect of reduced application rate, soil temperature at shallow depth (⩾ cm), and soil type on the efficacy of Steinernema carpocapsae against the navel orangeworm, Amyelois transitella.
Weiser describes Neoaplectana carpocapsaefrom the body-cavity of Carpocapsapomonella. The new species differs from others in the genus by its host and by its size and shape. Drawings of male, female and larva together with Filipev's index are included.
C.R. Laboratory studies on the role of the nematode Neoaplectana carpocapsae Weiser in reducing the cockroach population (Blatella germanica L.) (PMID) PMID Neoaplectana carpocapsae infective juveniles grown at 15, 20 and 25 deg C migrated on a thermal gradient ( deg C/cm) toward their respective growth temperatures when tested immediately after harvesting from their medium.
The migration by juveniles, grown at 20 or 25 deg C was altered within 12 h by shifting incubation temperature. The nematodes' tendency to migrate toward warmer. (= Neoaplectana carpocapsae Weiser) Mexi- can strain, remains viable and infective in- side almond hulls for at least 8 (4) to 10 days or more (1).
Nematodes can be ap- plied effectively from the ground or air (2) and appear promising for the management of navel orangeworm (NOW), Amyelois. This type of technology could be especially effective for small– and medium–sized growers, with planted areas up to 10 ha, or for use in flower pots and home orchards, etc.
The cost of production for cadaver–based formulations is low because it eliminates the need to capture and concentrate infective juveniles (IJs) and reduces storage. The economics of in vivo production can be improved substantially by producing the insect hosts “in-house” and mechanizing the process thereby reducing labor.
Several approaches to mechanization of nematode inoculation (Shapiro-Ilan et al., ) and harvest (Gaugler et al., ; Shapiro-Ilan et al., a) have been onally, optimization of insect diets can lead to. "Neoaplectana Carpocapsae: Respiration of Infective Juveniles" published on 01 Jan by Brill.
Propagation and storage of Neoaplectana carpocapsae Weiser using Amyelois transitella (Walker) adults USDA, Adv. Agric. Technol. Western Series, #3. calculated using these formulas (Meyer ): (1) tan angle = (length of row) and (distance to row) (2) subtended angle = 2 (angle calculated in (1)). The angle from the insect to the top of a.
The structure and concentration of sterol in a lipid-defined artificial medium affected the development of the entomogenous nematode, Steinernema feltiae (= Neoaplectana carpocapsae). The nematode grew normally in vitro when the medium was supplemented with delta 5-desalkylsterol (cholesterol) or delta 5-desalkylsteryl ester (cholesterol oleate).
nematode, Neoaplectana carpocapsae Weiser (=Steinernemafeltiae Filipjev) appears promising for the biological control of navel orangeworm, (NOW) Amyelois transitella (Walker). This insect is the main pest of almonds in California (Curtis et al.
Field test data indicated that this nematode could persist 4 days in newly split almonds where. Ann Appl Biol – 70 Lindegren JE, DF Hoffman, SS Collier and RD Fries.
48 Grewal PS. Anhydrobiotic potential and long-term storage of Propagation and storage of Neoaplectana carpocapsae Weiser using entomopathogenic nematodes (Rhabditida: Steinernematidae).
Int J Amyelois transitella (Walker) adults. USDA Adv Agric 3: 1. (Also known as: Neoaplectana carpocapsae; Beneficial nematode) GENERAL INFORMATION: Description: Soil inhabiting nematodes that are lethal insect parasitoids that are used to control root-zone and other pests: Example pests controlled-Example applications-Efficacy & activity.
Evaluation of Neoaplectana carpocapsae for Biological Control of the Western Spruce Budworm, Choristoneura occidentalis: Ineffectiveness and Persistence of Tank Mixes.
(PMID PMCID:PMC). carpocapsae is a vector for the bacteria to infect the targeted insect pest. The bacteria kills the host within hours. This paper focuses on the mass production of beneficial nematodes using solid state fermentation. The purpose of the experiment was to find the optimum conditions to mass produce the nematode efficiently.
Microbial Control of Insect Pests in Temperate Orchard Systems Potential for Incorporation Unto IPM - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.
Steinernema carpocapsae Entomopathogenic nematodes, such as Steinernema carpocapsae, occur naturally in the environment as parasites of many insect larvae. The mass release of these nematodes provides an efficient and curative control of key insect pests in a wide range of crops.
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NEOAPLECTANA CARPOCAPSAE: TOXIN PRODUCTION BY AXENIC INSECT PARASITIC NEMATODES BY MARTIN BURMAN Department of Zoophysiology, University of UmeÅ, S 87 UMEÅ, Sweden The insect parasitic nematode Neoaplectana carpocapsae produces toxin(s) periodically during its life cycle. Maximal toxic activity is observed in axenic synchronous cultures.
Why use toxic Pesticides in your farm, garden, green house or orchard when there are safe and effective Biological Controls to eliminate your insect pests. The effects of Steinernema carpocapsae (Weiser) application to different life stages on adult emergence of the cat flea Ctenophalides felis (Bouché) (Les effets de l'application de steinerma carpocapsae (Weiser) à différentes phases du cycle sur l'émergence de l'adulte de la.
Steinernema carpocapsae is an evolved insect-killing symbiosis with bacteria and kills its hosts within a few days of infection. This parasite releases its bacterial symbiont along with a variety of proteins into the host after infection, and together the bacteria and nematode.
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