2 edition of Respiratory mechanisms and inhibitor action in tissues of codling moth larvae found in the catalog.
Respiratory mechanisms and inhibitor action in tissues of codling moth larvae
Written in English
Thesis (PhD) - University of Toronto, 1945.
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Using larvae of false codling moth Thaumatotibia leucotreta, a pest of southern Africa, we investigated the physiological and molecular responses to hypoxia or temperature stress pre-treatments. Artemisia sp., especially A. annua and A.
afra, have been used for centuries to treat many ailments. While artemisinin is the main therapeutically active component, emerging evidence demonstrates. Mode of action Rotenone is a respiratory enzyme inhibitor, acting between NAD+ (a coenzyme involved in oxidation and reduction in metabolic pathways) and coenzyme Q (a respiratory enzyme responsible for carrying electrons in some electron transport chains), resulting in failure of the respiratory functions.
Limonene or d-Limonene. The codling moth, Cydia pomonella (L.) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), is a major pest introduced to almost all main pome fruit production regions worldwide. This species was detected in Chile during the last decade of the 19th century, and now has a widespread distribution in all major apple-growing regions.
This chapter deals with the science and technology of processing of horticultural crops. It includes brief summaries of fruit development, chemical composition, structural features, biological deterioration and control, methods to minimise such deteriorations, methods of preserving fruit and vegetables, juice processing, clarification and fining, cacao processing, processing of chocolate Cited by: 1.
Controlled Atmosphere storage (CA, Fig. ) enables the fruit and vegetable storage period to be extended through the implementation of storage rooms able to modify and maintain those environmental factors that promote the slowing down of the stored products’ stores can condition certain parameters, such as temperature, relative humidity, gaseous composition of the rooms Author: Elhadi M.
Yahia, Livio Fadanelli, Pierluigi Mattè, Jeffrey K. Brecht. Finally, larvae of virulent strains of the hessian fly, Mayetiola destructor, secrete substances via their vestigial mouthparts into plant tissues, thereby suppressing the expression of PI and lectin genes (Stuart et al., ).
Thus, evidence for suppression of plant defensive processes is found across herbivorous insects, plant-eating mites Cited by: Eggs are laid singly on lower leaf surfaces whenever night temperatures are above 50°F°F.
Females lay up to eggs over a three- to four-week period. After the eggs hatch, larvae (Photo ) enter leaves to mine tissues (leaf miner stage).
After a few days, larvae move toward the center of the plant where young leaves are forming. Sincemore than 50 field trials have been conducted with CrleGV against the false codling moth, Thaumatotibia leucotreta, on citrus in South Africa.
In a representative sample of 13 field trials reported over this period, efficacy (measured by reduction in larval infestation of.
Full text of "Pesticides documentation bulletin" See other formats. The walnut curculio (Conotrachelus retentus) grows to 5 mm long as an adult. The adult sucks plant juices through a snout.
The eggs are laid in fruits in the spring and summer. Many nuts are lost due to damage from the larvae, which burrow through the nut shell. Codling moth (Cydia pomonella) larvae eat walnut kernels, as well as apple and pear. Larvae mines the midrib, enter the stem and feeds on the internal tissues.
Bore holes visible on the stem near the nodes. Young larva crawls and feeds on tender folded leaves causing typical ―shot hole‖ symptom. Affected parts of stem may show internal tunneling by caterpillars It generally attacks the crop in the late stage when cob.
(contd) Order Lepidoptera (butterflies, moths) 78 Cabbage white butterfly 84 Corn earworm 86 Codling moth 89 Oriental fruit moth 93 Fruit-tree borer 96 Order Coleoptera (beetles, weevils) 98 Leafeating ladybirds Black vine weevil Scarab grubs Longicorn beetles Bean weevil Order Hymenoptera (ants, bees, wasps, sawflies) Full text of "Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia" See other formats.
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Bacillus thuringiensis (or Bt) is a Gram-positive, soil-dwelling bacterium, commonly used as a biological pesticide. thuringiensis also occurs naturally in the gut of caterpillars of various types of moths and butterflies, as well on leaf surfaces, aquatic environments, animal feces, insect-rich environments, and flour mills and grain-storage : Bacilli.
Consequently, revised DD timings for timing sprays against the second and third codling moth generations have been incorporated here. Spray timing for optimal codling moth control, based on DD accumulations from biofix (base 50oF, Table 29), differ according to the different modes of action of the different products available.
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CONTENTS Figures vii Tables xiii Foreword xxi Acknowledgments xxiii Abstract xxv 1. Summary 1 Discussion of Findings 1 Chemical and Physical Properties and Analytical Techniques 1 Environmental Occurrence 2 Environmental Cycling and Fate 3 Biological Aspects in Microorganisms 4 Biological Aspects in Plants 5 Biological Aspects in Animals 6 Also used for insect monitoring and mass trapping programs of codling moth, gypsy moth, spruce budworm, forest tent caterpillar, Mediterranean fruit fly, Oriental fruit fly, southwestern corn borer, boll weevil, and sweetpotato weevil.
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With increase. Codling moth. Insecticide use is essential where codling moth (Cydia pomonella) populations are above an action threshold. Codling moth populations are monitored using pheromone traps. Mating disruption is also a valuable control method to supplement the use of insecticides (Pipfruit NZ a).
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Pre-emptive colonisation of necrotic leaf tissues by the fungus Ulocladium atrum to control the fungal pathogen, Botrytis cinerea, is another case of this type of mode of action which may involve. A novel systems pharmacology platform to dissect action mechanisms of traditional Chinese medicines for bovine viral diarrhea disease Putative nAChRs of codling moth Correspondence: Stephen F.
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