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Behavioral and Electrophysiological Responses of Arhopalus tristis to Burnt Pine and Other Stimuli
- D. Suckling, A. R. Gibb, J. Daly, X. Chen, E. Brockerhoff
- Environmental ScienceJournal of Chemical Ecology
- 1 June 2001
The exotic longhorn beetle Arhopalus tristisis a pest of pines, particularly those damaged by fire, and a major export quarantine issue in New Zealand, has the potential to improve the management of this insect using chemical cues in various ways.
EUROPEAN EARWIG PHENOLOGY AND EFFECT OF UNDERSTOREY MANAGEMENT ON POPULATION ESTIMATION
European earwigs were sampled in a Canterbury apple orchard over two growing seasons using shelter traps comprised of corrugated cardboard rolls using an alternative sampling system that better reflects absolute abundance.
PHEROMONE TRAP COLOUR DETERMINES CATCH OF NON-TARGET INSECTS
Replacement of the white traps with green or red traps is recommended to reduce nontarget impacts on bees, because red or green coloured pheromone sticky traps caught fewer native and introduced bees compared to the standard white traps, and yellow or blue traps.
The role of peroxidase isozymes in resistance to wheat stem rust disease.
The data suggest that the association of peroxidase with resistance was a consequence of, not a determinant in, resistance, and that this isozyme can account for the increased per oxidase activity observed in extracts from resistant plants.
Characterization of the host-specific pathotoxin produced by Helminthosporium maydis, race T, affecting corn with Texas male sterile cytoplasm
The maturation and breeding biology of Harmothoë imbricata (Polychaeta: Polynoidae)
- J. Daly
- Biology, Environmental ScienceMarine Biology
- 1 January 1972
A chronology has been established for the development of embryos up to their release from the parent, and this can be used to estimate the spawning date of females with embryo masses collected on the shore.
Structure of the host-specific pathotoxins produced by Phyllosticta maydis
IMPROVING THE PHEROMONE LURE FOR DIAMONDBACK MOTH
Improved lures for pheromone traps with potential to assist with integrated pest management of diamondback moth were used in a pilot IPM programme in Pukekohe and will assist brassica growers to minimise insecticide usage.
The Use of Near-Isogenic Lines in Biochemical Studies of the Resistance of Wheat to Stem Rust
- J. Daly