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Comparative Gas Chromatographic–Mass Spectrometric Evaluation of Hop (Humulus lupulus L.) Essential Oils and Extracts Obtained Using Different Sample Preparation Methods
The main aim of investigations was to identify chemotypes and determine differences between some domestic hop varieties and wild hops, which were collected from some regions of Lithuania andExpand
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Statistical comparison of Fusarium mycotoxins content in oat grain and related products from two agricultural systems
Abstract A total of 98 samples of oat grain and products from two farming systems were collected during the period of 2009–2011 and analyzed for the presence of trichothecenes (deoxynivalenol,Expand
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Mycoses of Wheat Stem Sawfly (Hymenoptera: Cephidae) Larvae by Fusarium spp. Isolates
ABSTRACT A complex of Fusarium spp., including F. pseudograminearum, F. culmorum, F. avenaceum, F. equiseti, and F. acuminatum, was isolated from field-collected larval cadavers of wheat stem sawflyExpand
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Gastrophysa polygoni herbivory on Rumex confertus: single leaf VOC induction and dose dependent herbivore attraction/repellence to individual compounds.
We report large induction (>65(fold) increases) of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted from a single leaf of the invasive weed mossy sorrel, Rumex confertus Willd. (Polygonaceae), by herbivoryExpand
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Dock Leaf Beetle, Gastrophysa viridula Deg., Herbivory on the Mossy Sorrel, Rumex confertus Willd: Induced Plant Volatiles and Beetle Orientation Responses
The invasive weed Rumex confertus Willd. (mossy sorrel) is fed upon and severely defoliated by Gastrophysa viridula Deg. (dock leaf beetle). We report volatile organic compound (VOC) induction whenExpand
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Terrain and laboratory research were conducted to determine the poten- tial of Gastroidea viridula Deg. (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) to control mossy sorrel (Rumex confertus Willd.). In a field study,Expand
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Volatile induction of infected and neighbouring uninfected plants potentially influence attraction/repellence of a cereal herbivore
Pathogen infection can induce plant volatile organic compounds (VOCs). We infected ‘McNeal’ wheat and ‘Harrington’ barley with a Fusarium spp. blend (F. graminearum,F. avenaceum and F. culmorum).Expand
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