How Do Collaria oleosa and Brachiaria spp. Respond to Increase in Carbon Dioxide Levels?

@article{Silva2018HowDC,
  title={How Do Collaria oleosa and Brachiaria spp. Respond to Increase in Carbon Dioxide Levels?},
  author={Danielle Mariana M.H. Silva and Alexander Machado Auad and Jair Campos Moraes and Sandra E. B. Silva},
  journal={Neotropical Entomology},
  year={2018},
  volume={48},
  pages={340-348}
}
The current study determines the indirect effect of CO2 level increase on Collaria oleosa (Distant, 1863) (Hemiptera: Miridae) fed on Brachiaria spp. (Poaceae), at two trophic levels, and evaluates resistance to these forages against the insect pest. Mirid bug nymphs and host plant were maintained under four climate environments: (1) nymphs and plants kept at 400 ppm CO2 level; (2) nymphs kept at 400 ppm CO2 level and fed on plants grown at 700 ppm CO2 level; (3) nymphs kept at 700 ppm CO2… CONTINUE READING

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