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Inhibition of Sunn Pest, Eurygaster integriceps, α-Amylases by α-Amylase Inhibitors (T-αAI) from Triticale
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It could be said that the T-&agr;AI has good inhibitory activity on E. integriceps gut amylase, based on the data presented in this study.
Pollen quality and predator viability: life table of Typhlodromus bagdasarjani on seven different plant pollens and two-spotted spider mite
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Almond pollen can be used to amplify the experimental and commercial mass rearing programs of this predator and maize plant can be recommended as banker plants in greenhouses.
MicroRNAome of Spodoptera frugiperda cells (Sf9) and its alteration following baculovirus infection.
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Results revealed that baculovirus infection mainly led to an overall suppression of cellular miRNAs, and four different genes being regulated by sfr-miR-184 at the post-transcriptional level were found.
Linking pollen quality and performance of Neoseiulus californicus (Acari: Phytoseiidae) in two-spotted spider mite management programmes.
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Comparison of N. californicus life table parameters on different diets revealed that the almond pollen was a more suitable diet than the others, and these findings will be useful in developing appropriate strategies for conservation of the spider mite predator.
The Baculovirus Antiapoptotic p35 Protein Functions as an Inhibitor of the Host RNA Interference Antiviral Response
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The results provide evidence for the existence of VSR activity in a double-stranded DNA virus and identify the responsible gene, which is involved in the inhibition of RNAi as well as apoptosis, which signify the dual role of a virus-encoded protein in nullifying two key antiviral responses, apoptosis and RNAi.
α-Amylase activity of stored products insects and its inhibition by medicinal plant extracts.
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Gel assays revealed that more than one isoform of � -amylase detected in midgut crude extracts of the four insect pests examined could be inhibited by the plant extracts.
Biochemical characterization of digestive amylase of wheat bug, Eurygaster maura (Hemiptera: Scutelleridae)
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SDS-PAGE showed that both midgut and salivary glands contain isozymes and the stability of amylase was highest in the acidic pH (4-5).
Study on Salivary Glands α-amylase In Wheat Bug Eurygaster maura (Hemiptera: Scutelleridae)
α-amylase activity in the salivary glands of Eurygaster maura was determined by biochemical experiments. Some of adult insect was collected and their salivary glands isolated and characterized.
Gammaproteobacteria as essential primary symbionts in the striped shield bug, Graphosoma Lineatum (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae)
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The gut symbiotic bacterium in Graphosoma lineatum (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) is characterized by using molecular phylogeny, real-time PCR analysis as well as light and electron microscopy observations, and it seems that the symbiont might play a vital function in the host biology, in which host optimal development depends on the Symbiont.
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