acarine


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Therefore a survey was conducted in September 1990 to determine the incidence of acarine mite in Apis cerana colonies in Swat, Mansehra, Murree and Abbottabad areas.
But this ignores the fact that without the targeted spraying of bees with selective pesticides, the beekeeping industry recently would have been devastated by acarine pests of the bees.
Isolation and identification of volatile kairomone that affects acarine predator-prey interactions.
Isolation and identification of volatile kairomone that affects acarine predator-prey interactions: involvement of host plant in its production.
Seasonal cycles and persistence of an acarine predator-prey system on cassava in Africa.
Spatial dynamics of an acarine predator-prey system: Typhlodromus pyri (Acarina: Phytoseiidae) preying on Panonychus ulmi (Acarina: Tetranychidae).
Stronge, who gained his biggest success in the saddle when landing the Norwegian Grand National on the Peter Harristrained Acarine at Ovrevoll in 1986, added: "Prize-money levels are to blame.
This increased detoxication by CE is one of the most important factors in OP insecticide resistance, especially in homopterous, dipterous and acarine pest species (Devonshire 1991).
9 Half Free (1984) Fred WinterOs charge landed his first Mackeson when winning a duel with Acarine by half a length
The vast majority of acarine species in most social insect nests are scavengers or predators on other arthropods and do not adversely affect the ecology of the host (Eickwort, 1990).