Bruchus


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The most common species in the lentil seeds samples of the five cultivars was the lesser grain borer, Rhyzopertha dominica, followed by the large faba bean beetle the Bruchus rufimanus (Table 4).
The most common species in the lentil seeds samples of the cultivar was significantly Bruchus lentis (ervi), followed by Bruchus rufimanus, Callosobruchus maculates and B.
The neoplastic pod gene (Np) may be a factor for resistance to the pest Bruchus pisorum L.
Some notes on the biology of the pea weevil, Bruchus pisorum (L.
pulegium leaves picked from two regions of Morocco (Middle Atlas; Loukkos) that are used tremendously by Moroccan people for therapeutic purposes and to evaluate the efficiency of its essential oils against Bruchus rufimanus.
The adults of Bruchus rufimanus come from dry seeds of the bean (Vicia faba var.
Bruchus tetricus Gyllenhal 1839 reported from Insula St.
Bruchus obtectus Say, 1831: 1 (Holotype: Louisiana; depositary unknown, type apparently lost).
Bean [alfa] --amylase inhibitor confers resistance to the pea weevil, Bruchus pisorum, in genetically engineered peas (Pisum sativum L.
Statut de nuisibilite et ecologie des populations de Bruchus rufimanus (Boh.
sharpianus Bridwell, which initially was described as Bruchus longulus Sharp, but because the specific name was preoccupied in Bruchus it had to be replaced.
1997), 1-undecene, suggested to be a male sex pheromone component, and cinnamaldehyde, which attracted both male and female adults of Bruchus rufimanus Boheman (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) (Bruce et al.
2004) the following genera of Bruchidae feed on Malvaceae seeds in the world: Abutiloneus (1 species), Acanthoscelides (35 species), Althaeus (3 species), Amblycerus (2 species), Bonaerius (1 species), Bruchidius (1 species), Bruchus (2 species), Callosobruchus (1 species), Caryedon (1 species), Neobruchidius (1 species), Sennius (1 species), and Spermophagus (12 species).