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The Presence of Nuclear Polyhedrosis Viruses of Trichoplusia ni on Cabbage from the Market Shelf
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The examination of cabbage from 5 supermarket chain stores near Washington, D.C., showed that this epizootic begins in September, peaks in October, and declines in November.
Spiroplasma chrysopicola sp. nov., Spiroplasma gladiatoris sp. nov., Spiroplasma helicoides sp. nov., and Spiroplasma tabanidicola sp. nov., from Tabanid (Diptera: Tabanidae) Flies
Four spiroplasma strains, DF-1T, TG-1T, TABS-2T, and TAUS-1T, all of which were isolated from deerflies or horseflies (Diptera: Tabanidae), were serologically distinct from previously described
Characterization and culture of virus replicating continuous insect cell lines from the bollworm,Heliothis zea (boddie)
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The present five H. zea lines were the first insect cell lines to replicate polyhedra from a unicapsid multiple embedded nuclear polyhedrosis virus (Baculovirus Group A), in this case the homologous virus obtained from larvae of H. Zea.
Fine Structure of the Integument of the Two-Spotted Spider Mite, Tetranychus telarius (Acarina: Tetranychidae)
Electron micrographs of transverse and saggital sections of the opisthosoma of the two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus telarius (L.), showed a layered cuticle and a hypodermal layer with a basement
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