Galleria mellonella

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Synonyms for Galleria mellonella

moth whose larvae live in and feed on bee honeycombs

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hebetor is an excellent natural biological control agent of many pyralid pests, including Galleria mellonella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) while no work has been done on the diet preference effects on the reproductive potential and fecundity of this biocontrol agent (Gunduz and Gulel, 2005).
and RSC05 (Heterorhabditis amazonensis) in Galleria mellonella by the method of White trap, up to larvae depletion.
Population development of Heterorhabditis bacteriophora and Steinernema carpocapsae in the larvae of Galleria mellonella.
In the third phase, the two "good" predator bacteria were injected into live worms from the species Galleria mellonella, which is well established as a suitable model to test the toxicity of various microbes as well as a live organism's innate immunity to those microbes.
Para la realizacion del ensayo, los nematodos se cultivaron en el ultimo estadio de Galleria mellonella (L), este insecto es usado universalmente porque tiene un sistema inmunologico deprimido que lo hace promisorio para esta multiplicacion masiva; ademas, se escogio esta larva porque en ensayos experimentales se han obtenido producciones de 300,000 nematodos por larva.
SL0708 (Rhabditida: Heterorhabditidae) isolated from soil in Alcala, Valle del Cauca (Colombia) was characterised ecologically using Galleria mellonella larvae (L) (Pyralidae: Galleriinae) as hosts.
Third instar larvae of Galleria mellonella were fed for five days on beeswax dipped for 20 sec into 0.
Para la deteccion y aislamiento de hongos entomopatogenos se utilizo la tecnica del insecto trampa (Zimmermman 1986) con larvas del "gusano de la cera" Galleria mellonella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) reproducidas en laboratorio.
During early research, they used cadavers of Tenebrio molitor, commonly known as the yellow mealworm, and Galleria mellonella, or greater wax moth.
The effect of size of two host species Galleria mellonella (Pyralidae: Lepidoptera) and Spodotera litura (Noctuidae: Lepidoptera) was studied on larval competition, survival and development of a gregarious ectoparasitoid Bracon hebetor (Say.
EPNs are mutualistically associated with bacteria of the genera Xenorhabdus and Photorhabdus, which are voided from the nematode intestine into the hemolymph, propagate and kill the host insect by septicemia, usually within 48 h when infect susceptible hosts such as Galleria mellonella (Griffin et al.
1; Galleria mellonella, AAN15783; Heliothis virescens, FJ161976; Spodoptera frugiperda, AAZ94260.