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Efficacy of native and recombinant Cry1B protein against experimentally induced and naturally acquired ovine myiasis (fly strike) in sheep.
- A. Heath, A. Broadwell, C. Chilcott, P. J. Wigley, C. Shoemaker
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of economic entomology
- 1 December 2004
Several hundred strains of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), isolated in New Zealand from samples of soil and sheep fleece, were tested for toxicity to larvae of the blowfly Lucilia cuprina Wiedemann.… Expand
Efficacy of Native and Recombinant Cry1B Protein Against Experimentally Induced and Naturally Acquired Ovine Myiasis (Fly Strike) in Sheep
Abstract Several hundred strains of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), isolated in New Zealand from samples of soil and sheep fleece, were tested for toxicity to larvae of the blowfly Lucilia cuprina… Expand
Checklist of naturally occurring entomopathogenic microbes and nematodes in New Zealand
Abstract A checklist of records of naturally occurring insect-pathogenic microbes and nematodes in New Zealand is presented. All records are listed by pathogen group (fungi, bacteria, protozoa,… Expand
The responses of German wasps, Vespula germanica , to ingestion of the microbial toxin, avermectin B1
Enhanced growth and vigour of Pinus radiata cuttings and seedlings treated with novel microbial formulations charcoal and mixtures
In 2006 a large scale forest nursery trial, using Pinus radiata cuttings, was undertaken at PF Olsen & Co. Ltd. Forenza nursery. Novel formulations containing selected beneficial microbes, natural… Expand
Intracavity difference frequency lasers
Compact and efficient sources of tunable radiation in the mid-IR region of the spectrum are required for applications in basic research, trace-gas detection, and industrial-process monitoring.… Expand
Surface morphology of gregarine spores found in the haemocoel of some New Zealand hepialids (Lepidoptera, Insecta).
- R. D. Archibald, J. Subramaniam Pillai, P. J. Wigley
- Biology, Medicine
- European journal of protistology
- 1 March 1988
The spores of three gregarine species which produce cysts in the haemocoel of New Zealand hepialids are described and their host species are listed. One of the species, Diplocystis oxycani Dumbleton,… Expand