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DEVELOPMENT OF PARASITOID INOCULATED SEEDLING TRANSPLANTS FOR AUGMENTATIVE BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF SILVERLEAF WHITEFLY ( HOMOPTERA : ALEYRODIDAE )
Methods are presented for producing banker plants, transplants that are used for augmentation of Eretmocerus parasitoids for biological control of Bemisia argentifolii in cucurbit crops. PreferenceExpand
Effects of growth-promoting endophytic Methylobacterium on development of Citrus rootstocks
Endophytic Methylobacterium spp. were inoculated on citrus seed and evaluated for their ability to promote growth of Citrus limonia and Citrus sunki seedlings under commercial nursery conditions. TheExpand
CONTROL OF VANCOMYCIN-RESISTANT ENTEROCOCCUS IN HEALTH CARE FACILITIES IN A REGION CONTROL OF VANCOMYCIN-RESISTANT ENTEROCOCCUS IN HEALTH CARE FACILITIES IN A REGION
A BSTRACT Background In late 1996, vancomycin-resistant enterococci were first detected in the Siouxland region of Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota. A task force was created, and in 1997 theExpand
UV radiation effects and bioaccumulation of UV-absorbing compounds in Artemia persimilis larvae
The aims of this study were to determine if larvae of Artemia persimilis (Crustacea: Branchiopoda) can bioaccumulate ultraviolet radiation (UVR) absorbing compounds like mycosporine-like aminoacidsExpand
PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF NONSYNTHETIC HERBICIDES FOR WEED MANAGEMENT IN ORGANIC ORANGE PRODUCTION C
A method of using cover crops for suppression of weeds in the row middles of organically grown oranges is being developed. However, weed control within tree rows is currently accomplished byExpand
Cordo : Biological Control of Cactoblastis 513 POTENTIAL AND RISKS OF BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF CACTOBLASTIS CACTORUM ( LEPIDOPTERA : PYRALIDAE ) IN NORTH AMERICA
Cactoblastis cactorum Berg, an invasive moth and famous biological control of weeds agent, threatens numerous native and economic prickly pear cacti ( Opuntia ) in the United States and Mexico.Expand
StABILItY OF tHE ESSENtIAL OILS ISOLAtED FROM TUNISIAN THYMUS CAPITATUS HOFF
aFaculté des Sciences de Tunis, Université Tunis el Manar, Campus Universitaire, 2092 Tunis. Tunisia bFaculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade do Algarve, IBB, Centro de BiotecnologiaExpand
Distribution and genetic diversity of tomato-infccting begomoviruses in Brazil *
Tomato-infecting begomoviruses have been reported throughout Brazil since the introduction ofthe B biotype of Bemisia tabaci. Here, we report a large scale survey on the distribution and geneticExpand