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Detection of the auchenorrhyncha fauna associated with grapevine displaying yellows symptoms in Romania
A study on the Auchenorrhyncha insects was performed in 2009 in Romanian commercial vine plots with different varieties and pest control intensities from Murfatlar, Banu Mărăcine and BlajExpand
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Contribution to knowledge of the gall insects and mites associated with plants in southern Romania.
Many phytophagous insect and mite species induce galls to plant leaves, either by lying eggs or feeding activity. Some of them attack forest and fruit trees in different environments, and can becameExpand
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THE EFFECT OF ARGON/OXYGEN AND ARGON/NITROGEN ATMOSPHERIC PLASMA JET ON STORED PRODUCTS PESTS
In this study, we investigated the effect of atmospheric plasma jet treatments on adults of the red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) and the confused flour beetle, Tribolium confusumExpand
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METCALFA PRUINOSA (SAY) (HEMIPTERA: FLATIDAE) IDENTIFIED IN A NEW SOUTH EASTERN AREA OF ROMANIA (BUCHAREST AREA)
During August-October of 2011, the presence of Metcalfa pruinosa (Say), a nearctic invasive flatid plant-hopper introduced from North America to Europe in 1979, was detected on fruit trees,Expand
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ABUNDANCE AND POPULATION DYNAMICS OF FLAVESCENCE DORÉE PHYTOPLASMA VECTOR SCAPHOIDEUS TITANUS BALL ON ABANDONED GRAPEVINE IN SOUTHERN ROMANIA
The abundance and population dynamics of Scaphoideus titanus, the natural vector of the quarantine grapevine yellow phytoplasma, Flavescence doree, (FD) were evaluated with yellow sticky traps onExpand
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COST Action FA0807: Integrated Management of Phytoplasma Epidemics in Different Crop Systems
Apple proliferation (AP), caused by `Candidatus Phytoplasma mali` and pear decline (PD) caused by ‘Candidatus Phytoplasma pyri’ are important diseases of apple and pear trees grown in many EuropeanExpand
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Molecular detection of “stolbur” phytoplasma in celery plants in Romania
In September 2014, several plants of celery showing symptoms of reddish and yellowish leaves were found in a house garden located in Southern Romania (Giurgiu County). After sampling and molecularExpand
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