V. Ya. Ismailov

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By means of pheromone traps containing synthetic sex pheromones, areas of the most harmful click beetle species,Agriotes obscurus,A. lineatus, A. sputator, A. gurgistanus, A. ustulatus, A. tauricus Heyd, andA. lineatus, occurring in southern regions and differing biologically from the so-called northern species, have been specified and charted in the(More)
It has been shown earlier that various geranyl and (E,E)-farnesyl esters are major components of natural sex pheromones of click beetles,Agriotes. In addition, some isomeric terpene esters have an inhibiting or synergistic influence upon the sex communication of some species ofAgriotes. In this paper the influence of synthetic terpene esters in pheromone(More)
Spatial and temporal distributions of the densities of phytophages and their enemies in cereal agrobiocenoses were studied at the biocenotic level. Foci of increased pest densities were revealed. The total injury to the crops was estimated, specifying the role of each pest species in crop loss. Phytosanitary agro-ecological and agrobiotechnological(More)
The biology and bioregulatory activity of a population of the North American predatory two-spotted stink bug Perillus bioculatus F. are studied and the genetic similarity between this species of predatory bugs and other representatives of the family Pentatomidae is analyzed. It is established that P. bioculatus is of great importance for biological control(More)
RAPD-analysis of different geographical insect samplings from the natural population of H. axyridis from Krasnodar krai has been conducted. By molecular-genetic analysis of H. axyridis, a high level of DNA-polymorphism, genetic diversity, genetic similarity, and absence of considerable differences have been revealed between samplings on these parameters. It(More)
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