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Types, Morphologies and Distributions of Antennal Sensilla of Quadrastichus erythrinae (Hymenptera: Eulophidae)
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The types, morphologies and distributions of the various antennal sensilla of adult EGW adults were determined and one kind of sensillum located on the end of pedicel of Q. erythrinae Kim that has not been described previously was found. Expand
Effects of cold storage on the quality of Trichogramma dendrolimi Matsumura (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) reared on artificial medium.
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In vitro reared T. dendrolimi can be reared following cold storage and were able to parasitize natural eggs after storage and have potential for use as biological control agents in the field. Expand
The potential of trehalose to replace insect hemolymph in artificial media for Trichogramma dendrolimi (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae)
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The use of trehalose to partially replace pupal hemolymph in artificial medium of this and other Trichogramma species may contribute to a significant reduction in their production cost and may help to evade problems related to short supplies of lepidopteran eggs. Expand
Biological characters of Trichogramma dendrolimi (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) reared in vitro versus in vivo for thirty generations
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The results suggest that the modified artificial medium used in this study is suitable for the continuous rearing of T. dendrolimi for at least 20 generations, and has the potential for the mass production of these parasitoids for use in biological control. Expand
Development and Reproduction of Mallada basalis (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) on Artificial Diets
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It is found that M. basalis was able to develop and reproduce when fed artificial diets AD1 and AD3, however, AD1 was much better than AD3. Expand
Optimization of A Bioassay Method for Specific Activity of Acetylcholinesterase of B Biotype Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae)
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The results of an orthogonal array test showed that the optimum combination of levels was A3B3C4D5E1 in which the enzyme concentration was 20 adults/mL, substrate concentration was 7.0 × 10-4 mol/L, pH, temperature and reaction time was 5 min. Expand
Identification of the pheromone biosynthesis genes from the sex pheromone gland transcriptome of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella
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A transcriptomic library from the DBM pheromone gland was constructed and identified genes putatively involved in the fatty acid biosynthesis, phersomones functional group transfer, and β-oxidation enzymes, suggesting that female DBM moths may receive odors or phermone compounds via their pherumone gland and ovipositor system. Expand
Effects of the infestation by Actinote thalia pyrrha (Fabricius) on the physiological indexes of Mikania micrantha leaves
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M. micrantha leaves were analyzed after infestation by A. thalia pyrrha and showed that a slight change of all the indexes in the damaged leaves appeared within 3 h, indicating that the SOD and POD functions were impeded more than those of CAT. Expand
Orthogonal array design for optimization of an artificial medium for in vitro rearing of Trichogramma dendrolimi
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A follow‐up bioassay with a selection of optimized formulas confirmed the validity of the optimization as predicted by the orthogonal array analysis, indicating the usefulness of this method for selecting artificial diets for entomophagous insects. Expand
Mile-a-Minute Weed Mikania micrantha Kunth
The mile-a-minute Mikania micrantha Kunth is native to tropical Central and South America. In China, this species is mainly distributed in Southern China, such as Hong Kong, Yunnan, Taiwan,Expand
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