Development and Validation of a Quick Easily used Biochemical Assay for Evaluating the Viability of Small Immobile Arthropods

@inproceedings{Phillips2013DevelopmentAV,
  title={Development and Validation of a Quick Easily used Biochemical Assay for Evaluating the Viability of Small Immobile Arthropods},
  author={C. Phillips and I. Iline and N. K. Richards and M. E. Novoselov and M. Mcneill},
  booktitle={Journal of economic entomology},
  year={2013}
}
ABSTRACT Quickly, accurately, and easily assessing the efficacy of treatments to control sessile arthropods (e.g., scale insects) and stationary immature life stages (e.g., eggs and pupae) is problematic because it is difficult to tell whether treated organisms are alive or dead. Current approaches usually involve either maintaining organisms in the laboratory to observe them for development, gauging their response to physical stimulation, or assessing morphological characters such as… Expand
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