Prof. Dr. Ç. Şengonca

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Experiments on host-stage preference, influence of temperature on parasitization, and the feeding niche ofEretmocerus longipes Compere (Hym., Aphelinidae) parasitizingAleurotuberculatus takabashi David et Subramaniam (Hom., Aleyrodidae) on jasmine were conducted both in the laboratory of Institute of Plant Protection, Fujian Academy of Agricultural Sciences(More)
In a laboratory study, it was tried to measure the extent of olfactory responses of two predators namelyCryptolaemus montrouzieri Mulsant andChrysoperla carnea (Stephens) to their respective preys at varied levels of their starvation. Results indicated that both the predators, irrespective of their developmenta stage, oriented more positively to their preys(More)
In the present study two types of 8-armed airflow olfactometers are developed, one is for individual test, called the individual olfactometer, another is for population test, called the population olfactometer. Both of them consist of an exposure chamber, 8 odour arms, 8 odour chambers and a sample plate or a sample chamber. In the former, the odour chamber(More)
Field investigations on seasonal population dynamic and within-plant distribution of the whiteflyAleurotuberculatus takahashi David et Subramaniam (Hom., Aleyrodidae), and its parasitoid,Eretmocerus longipes Compere (Hym., Aphelinidae) in citrus and jasmine plantations were conducted at Fuzhou, Fujian, PR China in 1996. Population levels of the whitefly and(More)
In the presented paper the development of horse chestnut scale insect,Pulvinaria regalis Canard, was studied a on red horse chestnut (Aesculus x carnea) in the urban area of Bonn. Secondly, the scale insect growth was determined on sycamore maple (Acer pseudoplatanus) and horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) at different temperatures in the laboratory.(More)
The whitefly,Parabemisia myricae (Kuwana) (Hym.: Aleyrodidae) is a most serious problem in citrus since it was accidentally introduced into the Southeast Mediterranean region of Turkey in 1982. To control this pest biologically, the specific parasitoid,Eretmocerus debachi Rose and Rosen (Hym.: Aphelinidae), was imported from California to Turkey in 1986.(More)
In the present studyChrysoperla carnea (Steph.) (Neuroptera, Chrysopidae)-eggs with and without stalk were compared. The eggs stem from stock breeds either fed with a semisynthetic diet (Bionova breed) or with aphids (Institute breed). The comparison is done with the use of the parameter hatching rate of the larvae and with parameters of the following(More)
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