Investigations on Myzus persicae Sulz., Aphis fabae Scop., and virus yellows of beet (Beta virus 4) in Denmark
Publisher: Danish Academy of Technical Sciences in Copenhagen
Written in English
|Statement||by Ole Heie and Børge Petersen.|
|Contributions||Akademiet for de tekniske videnskaber (Denmark). Virus-Committee.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 87/7702 (T)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||87461118|
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Investigations on Myzus persicae Sulz., Aphis fabae Scop., and virus yellows of beet (Beta virus 4) in Denmark by Ole E. Heie Download PDF EPUB FB2
The Danish Virus Committee was established in and issues reports on investigations carried out under its auspices from time to time. The first of the publications here noticed comprises condensed English versions of the fourth and fifth of these reports, entitled Myzus persicae (Sulzer) in beet clamps in North Jutland (pp.
), by O. HEIE, and Investigations on Myzus persicae Cited by: 1. The presence of beet yellows in the United States was not confirmed untilbut the disease was by then already widely distributed [cf.
R.A.E., A 42 ]. It now occurs in all the States in which beet is grown commercially, and damage is most severe in California, Oregon, Washington and Colorado, where beet or other susceptible plants are available throughout the komabraindeathcuba.com by: Intraspecific Variation in Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus Transmission by Myzus persicae and the Impact of Aphid Host Plant Beet western yellows virus was detected once but at least one other.
Under adequate limits of volatility and viscosity, inhibition by mineral oils, seems higher than inhibition by lipids or silicone oils (Table 2). TABLE 2 Transmission of beet mosaic virus and of beet yellows virus by Myzus persicae as inhibited by mineral oils, lipids and silicone oils (a).Cited by: This chapter discusses aphid penetration of plant tissues.
Stylet size in aphids will vary in relation to species, instar, and morph, and may determine host plant specificity when penetration and feeding are affected. Effects on Myzus persicae (Sulz.) and transmission of beet yellows virus of applying certain trace elements to sugar beet Cited by: 9.
Jul 01, · The penetration of epidermis and vascular tissues is treated separately while that within the intermediate tissues is covered in relation to leaves and stems, roots, trees, galls and excised tissue as well as in separate sections on Aphis fabae Scopoli and Myzus persicae (Sulzer).
Stylet destinations and behaviour in the sieve tubes are Cited by: Factors Influencing Aphid Population Dynamics and Behavior and the Consequences for Virus Spread Beet yellows virus resistance in sugar beets: mechanism of resistance, J.
Econ M.A.,Further studies on the relationships betweenHyoscyomus virus 3 and the aphis Myzus persicae (Sulz.) with special reference to the effects of fasting Cited by: A source book for biographical literature on entomologists.
vi, p., paperbound. Investigations on Myzus persicae Sulz., Aphis fabae Scop., and virus yellows of Beet (Beta virus 4) in Denmark. 52 p., 12 figs, 16 col. maps, paperbound; EW € 10 Myzus persicae.
An anatomical study. p., 37 figs, paperbound; EW € The leaf-by-leaf distributions of free infestations of viviparous Myzus persicae (Sulz.) and Aphis fabae Scop, were recorded on sugar-beet plants and spindle bushes in pots in the greenhouse, and.
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Full text of "Pesticides documentation bulletin" See other formats. The effect of artificial diet on the production of alarm pheromone by Myzus persicae. Physiological Entomology Cicadulina storeyi China, a major vector of maize streak virus, to volatile cues from intact and leafhopper-damaged maize.
Identification of volatile compounds used in host location by the black bean aphid, Aphis Cited by: using the aphid-transmitted polerovirus Turnip yellows virus (TuYV), two Brassicaceae (Arabidopsis thaliana and Camelina sativa) and the polyphagous aphid Myzus persicae. TuYV infection induced a different composition of headspace volatiles of C.
sativa but not of A. thaliana plants. In contrast, secondary metabolites in leaves clearly differed. Transcript. 1!~~~r. rl 9 Proceedings International Maize V!rus Disease Colloquium and Workshop Wooster, Ohio AugustEdited by D.T.
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Bulletin of Entomological Research 89, Thieme, T. () Members of the complex of Aphis fabae Scop and their host plants. commissioned Aphids as Crop Pests as a second in the series. However, in prefacing this. book, we wish to pay tribute to another predecessor, Aphids: Their Biology, Natural Enemies.
and Control, edited by Albert Minks and Paul Harrewijn and published in three volumes. by Elsevier between and In recognition of his role in vector-insect-plant interactions he has been invited to present invitational papers for international meetings and organizations in 20 countries on beet virus diseases, virus-vector relationships, epidemiology, virus diseases of vegetable crops, and disease management practices.
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Investigations on Myzus persicae Sulz., Aphis fabae Scop., and Virus Yellows of Beet (Beta virus 4) in Denmark: condensed reports from the Virus-Committee by Ole Heie ; Borge Petersen Copenhagen Danish Academy of Technical Sciences Bevat: a summary of reports no.
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