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Molecular characterization of segments S7 to S10 of a southern rice black-streaked dwarf virus isolate from maize in northern China
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The results confirm the proposed taxonomic status of SRBSDV as a distinct species of the genus Fijivirus and indicate that JNi4 is an isolate ofSRBSDV, and forms a separate branch with GD and HN in the phylogenetic trees constructed with genomic sequences of S7 to S10. Expand
Genetic structure of rice black-streaked dwarf virus populations in China
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The results indicate that, in addition to recombination and negative selection, reassortment and gene flow are important factors that drive evolution of RBSDV in China. Expand
Discovery of a new species of Formosatettix Tinkham, 1937 (Orthoptera, Tetrigoidea, Tetrigidae) from China.
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The new species is allied to Formosatettix wulaoshanensis Zheng & Xu, 2010, but differs from the latter by the apex of pronotum reaching distal 2/3 of hind femur, width of frontal ridge equal to that of basal segment of antennae. Expand
Demographic Analysis, a Comparison of the Jackknife and Bootstrap Methods, and Predation Projection: A Case Study of Chrysopa pallens (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
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A population projection based on the age-stage, two-sex life table is used to determine the optimal interval between releases to fill the predation gaps and maintain the predatory capacity of the control agent. Expand
Demography and Uncertainty of Population Growth of Conogethes punctiferalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) Reared on Five Host Plants With Discussion on Some Life History Statistics
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It is demonstrated that although chestnut and maize were the most suitable host plants for C. punctiferalis, the moths were also able to develop and reproduce on sunflower, hawthorn, and apple. Expand
[Quantitative analysis of insect pest and natural enemy communities in Red Fuji apple orchard].
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Canonical correlation analysis showed that there were significant correlations between the dominant insect pests and the dominant natural enemies, especially between Lithocolletis ringoniella and its parasitoids, and between Tetranychus viennensis and its obligatory predatory enemies. Expand
Two new species of the genus Aalatettix Zheng & Mao (Orthoptera, Tetrigoidea, Tetrigidae) from Taiwan, China.
Two new species of the genus Aalatettix Zheng & Mao, 2002, namely Aalatettix yangi sp. nov. and Aalatettix xiai sp. nov. are described and illustrated. The new species Aalatettix yangi sp. nov. isExpand
[Effects of fluctuating thermal regime on cold tolerance of parasitoid wasp Aphidius gifuensis].
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The results indicated that FTR could enhance the cold tolerance of A. gifuensis adults, which was closely related to the variations of the biochemical substances in the adult body, and the treatments most advantageous to the survival and practical application. Expand
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