Lymantria


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Mortalite de Lymantria dispar (L.) (Lepidoptera., Lymantriidae) sur trois placeaux de la suberaie de la Mamora en 1978.
Host range factor 1 from Lymantria dispar nucleopolyhedrovirus (NPV) is an essential viral factor required for productive infection of NPVs in IPLB-Ld652Y cells derived from L.
Drought conditions have put nearby pine stands under severe stress and have opened up an opportunity for the Nun moth (Lymantria monacha) to wreck at least half the forest.
Williams & Liebhold (1995), mediante un analisis de series de tiempo (de informacion recabada durante 55 anos), determinaron dos procesos autorregresivos de 1er y 2do orden que evidenciaron la sincronizacion de la emergencia del lepidoptero Lymantria dispar L en tres estados de Estados Unidos de Norteamerica.
Relentless eating placed the bug - Lymantria dispar - on the Oregon Department of Agriculture's most-wanted list.
prosaltans 13 33 Gastrolina depressa 0-81 22 Epiphyas postvittana 4-7 40 Hypolimnas bolina 0-61 41 Spodoptera littoralis 24 42 Lymantria dispar 9 43
Initiation of maternal effects in Lymantria dispar: genetic and ecological components of egg provisioning.
Contribution to the biology of primary and secondary parasitoids of Lymantria dispar L.
This insecticide is widely used for several years ago in Algeria against the forest pest insects such as Lymantria dispar L.
Lymantria dispar###NPV###Forestry###Disparvirus, Gypchek,###Erlandson (2008)
Hajek, "Diurnal pattern of death and sporulation in Entomophaga maimaiga-infected Lymantria dispar," Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, vol.
Algunas cepas portadoras de los genes cry1B se han sugerido como herramientas para un control efectivo y manejo de resistencia de muchas especies de insectos plaga lepidopteros importantes agronomicamente, como Spodoptera frugiperda, Plutella xylostella, Lymantria dispar, Diatrea saccharalis y Chilo suppressalis (Chambers et al.
(2000a) observed the vacuolisation of the cytoplasm and rupture of the microvilosities in Lymantria monacha Linnaeus, 1758 caterpillars exposed to Cry1A toxins, and for the Cry1Ac protein, as well as the effects mentioned, found in vitro tests disorganisation of the midgut and hypertrophy of the epithelium cells, which were loosened and ejected into the intestinal lumen.
Por ejemplo, larvas de Lymantria dispar (Lepidoptera) pre-infectadas con el microsporidio Nosema sp.