Bruchus pisorum


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Synonyms for Bruchus pisorum

larvae live in and feed on seeds of the pea plant

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Among the motley retainers of the camp was Tom Cain, a raw Irishman, who officiated as cook, whose various blunders and expedients in his novel situation, and in the wild scenes and wild kind of life into which he had suddenly been thrown, had made him a kind of butt or droll of the camp.
known of them beyond the fact that they supplied Cain with a wife and
He did it so energetically and thoroughly that the poor Worm was cast into the depths of remorseful despair, and went to bed that evening feeling that he was an outcast from among men, and bore the mark of Cain upon his brow.
Pelagie for debt, and not established in London in a handsome house, with every comfort about you--you were in such a fury you were ready to murder your brother, you wicked Cain you, and what good would have come of remaining angry?
If Lord Ernest finds his rooms locked up he'll raise Cain," said Raffles; "we must let him come in and lock up for himself before we corner him.
He was one of the very many descendants of Cain proper to this continent, who seem destined from their birth to serve as pioneers in the great human army: who gladly go on from year to year extending its outposts, and leaving home after home behind them; and die at last, utterly regardless of their graves being left thousands of miles behind, by the wandering generation who succeed.
Estudios en campo y bioensayos con semilla de arveja transgenica ocasionaron 100% de mortalidad de larvas de Bruchus pisorum L.
Bean [alfa] --amylase inhibitor confers resistance to the pea weevil, Bruchus pisorum, in genetically engineered peas (Pisum sativum L.
Life table values for Bruchus pisorum from starting cohorts of 48 or 50 neonate larvae on three PI accessions of Pisum fulvum at Pullman, WA, 1995 and 1996.
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.
A study of the biology and control of the pea weevil, Bruchus pisorum (L.
On the function of pea flower feeding by Bruchus pisorum.
Response of Pea Varieties to Damage Degree of Pea Weevil, Bruchus pisorum L.