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Host preference and suitability of some selected crops for two biotypes of Bemisia tabaci in Ghana
The economic importance of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) is mainly due to its wide host range, variable kinds of damage, and great intraspecific variation. The delineation ofExpand
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Foraging activities, success and efficiency of cattle egrets (Bubulcus ibis) in three habitat types in the Greater-Accra Region of Ghana.
Cattle egrets are considered one of the most widely distributed bird species globally. They are regarded as cosmopolitan due to their ability to adapt to different habitats and spread overExpand
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Dragonflies (Odonata: Anisoptera) as tools for habitat quality assessment and monitoring
Dragonflies have been recommended for habitat quality assessment and monitoring. The University of Ghana, Legon Campus dragonfly fauna was assessed and their conservation status evaluated. The waterExpand
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Mating interactions between okra and cassava biotypes of Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) on eggplant
Genetic and biological implications from interbreeding the Ghanaian okra and cassava biotypes of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius), reared on eggplant, were studied in reciprocal crossing plans and crossesExpand
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Decomposition And Insect Succession Pattern Of Exposed Domestic Pig (Sus Scrofa L.) Carrion
Pig carrion decomposition and insect succession patterns were monitored in the dry and wet seasons at the University of Ghana, Legon in the Greater Accra Region. The sequence and composition of theExpand
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Insect diversity and succession pattern on different carrion types
Insect fauna attracted on four different types of carrion; beef, chicken, pork, and fish were conducted in a cassava growing field on the campus of the University of Ghana for a period ofExpand
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A Review of Afrotropical Rheotanytarsus Thienemann Et Bause, 1913 (Diptera: Chironomidae)
Africa have been mostly limited to standing waters and large rivers. The benthic fauna of the Volta Lake was studied by Petr (1969), of Lake Bosomtwe in Ghana by Whyte (1975), Kariba Lake in NigeriaExpand
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Using odonates as markers of the environmental health of water and its land related ecotone
The study of Odonata communities along wetlands requires the basic understanding of the abundance, distribution and number of species present. As habitat conditions change, they also exhibit changesExpand
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Impact of Rainfall Variability on Crop Production within the Worobong Ecological Area of Fanteakwa District, Ghana
Crop production in the Fanteakwa District is predominantly rainfed, exposing this major livelihood activity to the variability or change in rainfall pattern. The net potential effect of severeExpand
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