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Oxidative stress in pea seedling leaves in response to Acyrthosiphon pisum infestation.
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Findings indicate that the defensive strategies against A. pisum infestation were stimulated in seedling leaves of P. cv. Expand
Selected insect groups of shrubbery complexes of "Biedrusko" Protected Lanscape. Part I: Aphids (Hemiptera: Aphidoidea)
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In the research carried out at „Biedrusko” Protected Landscape Area in the years 2003-2005 in shrubberies of Rhamno-Prunetea class 15 species of aphids were found in the shaking method on the bushes, while the richest finds were collected with the method of Moericke’s traps: 118 different aphid species. Expand
PARASITIC WASPS OF THE PIMPLINAE SUBFAMILY (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) OF AGRICULTURAL LANDSCAPE REFUGIUM HABITATS IN CENTRAL WIELKOPOLSKA
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The research was carried out in the years 1991-1994 in agricultural landscape of medium mosaic degree in the area of Łeczyca, covering parasitoids of the Pimplinae subfamily, inhabiting refugium habitats such as shrubberies, field borders, roadsides and forest edges. Expand
Infestation of dendrological collection in central Poland by aphids.
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The study was aimed at determining the species composition of aphid fauna related to the dendroflora of Kórnik Arboretum as well as determining the infestation level of trees and shrubs, and the botanic taxa most threatened with damage resulting from the insects feeding. Expand
The Evaluation of Factors Determining the Health Condition of Acer Platanoides and Tilia Cordata Plantings in Selected Sites of Urban Greenery in Poznań, Poland
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Overall visual inspection confirmed that of maple and lime growing in city parks were in better condition than those growing by roads, and those trees growing along the roadside were more heavily infested by pests. Expand
Tetraneura (Tetraneurella) nigriabdominalis (Hemiptera: Aphidoidea) – a species extending its range in Europe, and morphological comparison with Tetraneura (Tetraneura) ulmi
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The paper presents the first records of Tetraneura (Tetraneurella) nigriabdominalis (Sasaki, 1899) from Poland, an alien species that has been expanding its range northward, which is presumably connected with climate warming. Expand
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