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GENETIC VARIATION BETWEEN TWO MICROCTONUS HYPERODAE POPULATIONS IMPORTED FOR CONTROL OF ARGENTINE STEM WEEVIL
Collection of the parasitoid Microctonus hyperodae from diverse habitats in South America was undertaken to maximise the genetic diversity of parasitoids released in New Zealand. Laboratory studies… Expand
Factors which affect the fibre output of isolated wool follicles maintained in vitro
- L. M. Winder
of a thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy FACTORS WHICH AFFECT THE FIBRE OUTPUT OF ISOLATED WOOL FOLLICLES MAINTAINED IN VITRO
Methods to distinguish between the Microctonus aethiopoides strains that parasitise Sitona lepidus and Sitona discoideus
Two strains of Microctonus aethiopoides with differing host preferences have been released in New Zealand. The first was released in 1982 to suppress Sitona discoideus, a pest of lucerne, and the… Expand
A biochemical viability assay is compatible with molecular methods for species identification
A biochemical viability assay was recently developed to quickly and easily assess the viability of small immobile arthropods, including eggs, intercepted on plant products. On inding a viable… Expand
Growing wool in tissue culture - which sheep breed is best?