Is the Oil Seed Crop Camelina sativa a Potential Host for Aphid Pests?

@article{Chesnais2014IsTO,
  title={Is the Oil Seed Crop Camelina sativa a Potential Host for Aphid Pests?},
  author={Quentin Chesnais and Julien Verzeaux and Aude Couty and V. Le Roux and Arnaud Ameline},
  journal={BioEnergy Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={8},
  pages={91-99}
}
Camelina sativa is a Brassicaceae that was commonly cultivated in Europe until the nineteenth century. Recently, it has received much interest as an alternative oil seed crop because of its particular oil composition and low requirements in terms of agronomic inputs and its resistance to some Brassicaceae-chewing insects. However, little is known about the… CONTINUE READING