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Tineola bisselliella

Known as: Tinea bisselliella 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2018
2018
A number of remote sensing methods were developed and tested in commercial grain warehouses; probe pitfall traps attached to… Expand
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2007
2007
The first record of a “field” infestation of stored lettuce seeds (Lactuca sativa) byTineola bisselliella (TB) is reported. The… Expand
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2002
2002
A bioactivity-directed investigation of an extract of the New Zealand clubmoss, Lycopodium varium, collected on subantarctic… Expand
2001
2001
Mate location in moths typically entails long-range attraction of males to female-produced pheromone. Here, we show that male and… Expand
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1980
1980
Wool samples infested with the egg, larvae and adult stages of the webbing clothes moth were exposed in a Sharp Carousel… Expand
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1959
1959
IN the course of studies on the digestion of wool by insects we have examined the clothes moth for the presence of reductases of… Expand
1952
1952
MOST workers with the polyhedral viruses affecting insects have regarded them as strictly species-specific and only transmissible… Expand
1946
1946
1. The larva of the clothes moth Tineola bisselliella Hum. grows well on an artificial diet consisting of casein, glucose, yeast… Expand
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1935
1935
THE digestion of keratin in the larvæ of the ordinary clothes moth, Tineola biselliella, was investigated by means of the micro… Expand
1933
1933