Genetic shifts in Helicoverpa armigera Hübner (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) over a year in the Dawson/Callide Valleys

@article{Scott2003GeneticSI,
  title={Genetic shifts in Helicoverpa armigera H{\"u}bner (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) over a year in the Dawson/Callide Valleys},
  author={K. Scott and K. S. Wilkinson and M. Merritt and L. J. Scott and C. Lange and M. Schutze and Joanne K. Kent and D. Merritt and P. Grundy and G. C. Graham},
  journal={Crop \& Pasture Science},
  year={2003},
  volume={54},
  pages={739-744}
}
Microsatellites were used to analyse 68 collections of Helicoverpa armigera in the Dawson/Callide Valleys in central Queensland. The study aimed to evaluate the genetic structure in this region over a 12-month period (September 2000-August 2001). The results detected genetic shifts in H. armigera collections, with genetic changes occurring month by month. Collections in any month were genetically distant from the preceding month's collections. There was no observed difference between… Expand
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