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  • Eggshell spottiness reflects maternally transferred ...

    Blue-green and brown-spotted eggshells in birds have been proposed as sexual signals of female physiological condition and egg quality, reflecting maternal investment in the egg. Testing this hypothesis requires linking eggshell coloration to egg content, which …

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  • Improving the artificial diet for adult of seven spotted ...

    2017-9-19 · Eggs were produced in all 16 treatments. However, the treatment T6 had the shortest preoviposition period (6.4 days) and T5 had the longest (13.1 days). The treatment T9 generated the highest amount of eggs per female (284.4 eggs), while T2 was the lowest (117.2 eggs).

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  • Artificial insemination method for improving germ cell ...

    The method improves the fertilization rate of the spotted halibut ovum, obtains batch fertilized eggs, lays technical foundation for adding a novel aquaculture breed for the marine aquaculture industry of our country, and has significant meaning in developing the industrialization of spotted halibut.

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  • Spatio-temporal model reduces species

    2021-4-1 · That is, an unexpected increase in the egg density of spotted mackerel is virtually replaced by the increase in catchability of the spotted mackerel eggs. In this paper, we demonstrate a method for reducing identification error by using the state-of-the-art spatio-temporal standardization method (Thorson, 2019). Our new application substantially reduced the bias that would have been caused by the species misidentification of spawning eggs between chub mackerel and spotted …

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  • Oogenesis in teleosts: How fish eggs are formed ...

    2010-2-1 · Major achievements have been made in recent years in improving protocols for higher efficiency of egg production and viability of progeny. Main gaps remain, however, in understanding the dynamic processes associated with oogenesis, the formation of an egg, from the time that germ cells turn into oogonia, until the release of ova during spawning in teleosts.

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    2021-6-2 · eggs using the recommended strain and the laboratory strain PR8, which grows to high titre in eggs, in order to produce a high-growth reassortant (HGR). HGRs are provided by WHO reference laboratories to the vaccine manufacturing industry which uses them to prepare seed virus for vaccine production. The use of 'reverse genetics' in preparing

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  • Screening cultivated eggplant and wild relatives for ...

    2020-9-14 · In the last years, eggplant breeding program objectives have mostly focused on improving fruit yield and quality, and more recently nutritional and bioactive properties (Kashyap et al. 2003; Frary et al. 2006; Toppino et al. 2016), but did not focus on improving pest resistance. However, increased interest by farmers in pest-resistant eggplant cultivars has brought as a new priority objective of plant breeders …

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  • bestbrood – Improving Fish Reproduction

    To create the BEST BROODstocks the project plans to: 1) develop genetic markers and bioindicators; 2) create knowledge on the best rearing conditions; 3) improve the control of the maturation cycles; 4) test hormonal therapies and artificial fertilization methods and; 5) …

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  • Artificial insemination method for improving germ

    The method improves the fertilization rate of the spotted halibut ovum, obtains batch fertilized eggs, lays technical foundation for adding a novel aquaculture breed for the marine aquaculture industry of our country, and has significant meaning in developing the industrialization of spotted halibut.

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  • bestbrood – Improving Fish Reproduction

    The BESTBROOD project (2020 – 2023) aims to evolve biotechnologies that significantly improve broodstock management methods and enhance reproductive performance of selected emerging species (Senegalese sole, greater amberjack, spotted wolffish and lumpfish). All these species are in an early commercial stage, but all have showed suitability ...

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    2021-4-26 · Abstract: The white-spotted longicorn beetle, Anoplophora malasiaca, is one of the most destructive pests of horticultural crops and street trees. Effective controls are needed because the effect of marketed insecticides is limited. Entomopathogenic fungi offer a solution, and improving the rate

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  • Ethyl formate and phosphine fumigations on the

    2019-10-1 · Two spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae, is a polyphagous pest to a variety of plants and they are hard to be controlled due to occurrence of resistance to acaricides. In this study, biochemical evaluation after ethyl formate (EF) and phosphine (PH3) fumigation towards T. urticae might help officials to control them in quarantine purposes. PH3 fumigation controlled eggs (LC50; 0.158 mg/L ...

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  • Adult Spotted Lanternfly and Eggs Found in Upstate

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    J. Kovacs-Nolan, Y. Mine, in Improving the Safety and Quality of Eggs and Egg Products: Egg Safety and Nutritional Quality, 2011 Prevention of Salmonella infection. Salmonella Enteritidis (SE) and Salmonella Typhimurium (ST) are the main causes of salmonellosis outbreaks in humans and infections in chickens (E. N. Lee et al., 2002). Salmonella possesses several surface components which are ...

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    2018-4-18 · Diel Breeding Patterns of the Oregon Spotted Frog (Rana pretiosa) Observed by Camera Traps By Kristen D. Ramsdell A Thesis Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree

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  • Diel Breeding Patterns of the Oregon Spotted Frog (Rana ...

    2017-9-28 · Female to male sex reversal was achieved in an emerging agricultural insect pest, Drosophila suzukii, by creating a temperature-sensitive point mutation in …

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  • Temperature-dependent sex-reversal by a

    2021-6-24 · In Beijing, the ins and outs of keeping pandas. Ma Tao, 51, a panda keeper at the Beijing Zoo in the capital interacts with a panda in May. JU HUANZONG/XINHUA. As the clock shows that it's ...

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  • Improving the artificial diet for adult of seven

    Eggs were produced in all 16 treatments. However, the treatment T6 had the shortest preoviposition period (6.4 days) and T5 had the longest (13.1 days). The treatment T9 generated the highest amount of eggs per female (284.4 eggs), while T2 was the lowest (117.2 eggs).

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  • Artificial insemination method for improving germ

    The method improves the fertilization rate of the spotted halibut ovum, obtains batch fertilized eggs, lays technical foundation for adding a novel aquaculture breed for the marine aquaculture industry of our country, and has significant meaning in developing the industrialization of spotted halibut.

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  • Stethorus punctillum - Cornell University

    Stethorus punctillum adults and larvae are compatible with fenbutatin (Vendex®), which is an organotin miticide, for added control of spider mites in “hot-spots” at normal field rates. Overuse of this product will reduce S. punctillum density on plants through a reduction in their food supply (spider mites).

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  • Why do eggs fail? Causes of hatching failure in

    2021-2-1 · Although removing eggs for artificial incubation is generally considered the safest option for conservation managers, artificially incubated eggs often experience lower hatching success than eggs left in the wild, and therefore represent an important source of mortality in captive-breeding programmes (e.g. Sancha et al., 2004).

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  • CT Spotted Lanternfly - Connecticut

    2017-7-7 · The two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae, is a chelicerate herbivore with an extremely wide host range and an extraordinary ability to develop pesticide resistance. Due to its responsiveness to natural and synthetic xenobiotics, the spider mite is becoming a prime pest herbivore model for studies of the evolution of host range, plant-herbivore interactions and mechanisms of xenobiotic ...

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    2017-9-28 · Female to male sex reversal was achieved in an emerging agricultural insect pest, Drosophila suzukii, by creating a temperature-sensitive point mutation in …

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  • Frontiers | Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus Benefits Its

    2021-6-22 · The bottom line is, your bumpy and spotted eggs are perfectly safe to eat. Before you start whipping up breakfast, make sure you avoid these common egg cooking mistakes . Sources

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  • Temperature-dependent sex-reversal by a

    2021-7-12 · Eggs. Eggs are small, rusty red and are laid in groups of two or three. Nymph. The young nymph is bright red and becomes marked with black when about half grown. Adult. The adult is flat, elongated and 3/8 to 5/8 inch (10 to 14 mm) long. It is gray-brown to black with conspicuous red lines on the thorax and wing coverings.

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  • Studying Gene Expression and Function - Molecular

    2021-6-28 · Ultimately, one wishes to determine how genes—and the proteins they encode—function in the intact organism. Although it may sound counterintuitive, one of the most direct ways to find out what a gene does is to see what happens to the organism when that gene is missing. Studying mutant organisms that have acquired changes or deletions in their nucleotide sequences is a time-honored ...

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  • CT Spotted Lanternfly

    The spotted lanternfly ( Lycorma delicatula) adult is approximately one inch long and one-half inch wide with large and colorful wings. The front wings of the spotted lanternfly are light brown with black spots in the center. Their hind wings have contrasting patches of red and black with a white band in between.

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  • From gametogenesis to spawning: How

    In addition, the quality of ovulated eggs deteriorated at a faster rate in Rutilus kutum (Kamensky 1901) held at 14°C relative to 11°C (Samarin et al., 2011). Thus, overripening appears to be faster in warmer water, causing egg quality to decrease more rapidly. 3.2.2 POF dynamics

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    2021-6-2 · settings, on improving the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of infectious diseases. 3. Test methods for seed lot characterization and in-process control 3.1. Evaluation of reverse genetics-derived pandemic influenza reference viruses. Dr J. Robertson Human influenza vaccine reference strains are prepared as required when an

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    2020-11-11 · The purified DNA fragment was dissolved in injection buffer (10 mM Tris-HCl and 0.1 mM EDTA, pH7.5), and injected into the pronucleus of fertilized eggs in M2 media (Sigma-Aldrich, #M1767).

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  • Spotted eggshells may indicate sickly mothers in

    2016-5-26 · Background Kiwi represent the most basal extant avian lineage (paleognaths) and exhibit biological attributes that are unusual or extreme among living birds, such as large egg size, strong olfaction, nocturnality, flightlessness and long lifespan. Despite intense interest in their evolution and their threatened status, genomic resources for kiwi were virtually non-existent until the recent ...

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  • Sixteen kiwi ( Apteryx spp) transcriptomes provide a ...

    2014-3-18 · Why chromosome errors are high in women's eggs Date: March 18, 2014 Source: University of Southampton Summary: It is estimated that up to 60 per cent of eggs …

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    2018-4-18 · Diel Breeding Patterns of the Oregon Spotted Frog (Rana pretiosa) Observed by Camera Traps By Kristen D. Ramsdell A Thesis Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree

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  • Domestication as a Novel Approach for Improving the ...

    2015-7-17 · Calanoid copepods are an important food source for most fish larvae. Their role as a natural prey item means that it is important to develop culture technology for copepods to meet the requirements of larvae culture in aquaculture hatcheries. Copepods have been cultured successfully for some time; however, the implications of long-term cultivation or domestication on copepod life history ...

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  • Spotted Lanternfly Look-alikes

    2019-11-22 · Stink Bug Eggs. Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources - Forestry, Bugwood.org. Cankerworm Eggs. Spotted Lanternfly Look-alikes. Egg Cases. The Nebraska Forest Service: Improving lives by protecting, utilizing and …

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  • Expression of pair-rule gene homologues in a

    2002-12-1 · In the earwig, cricket and cockroach, an Eve homologous protein is not expressed in a pattern consistent with pair-rule function, though it is expressed in segmental stripes (Corley et al.,1999; Davis and Patel,1999) raising the possibility that eve was expressed segmentally in the ancestors of …

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    Introduction. Pests are a significant threat to crop yields, destroying nearly 13% of global crop production (Hamza et al., 2018).Trichomes are epidermal outgrowths on the surfaces of plant tissues such as stem and leaf (Werker, 2000).Different plant species have different epidermal hair types, which can be divided into glandular or non-glandular, unicellular or multicellular, and branched or ...

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    2016-9-2 · The vertebrate immune system is comprised of numerous distinct and interdependent components. Every component has its own inherent protective value, and the final combination of them is likely to be related to an animal’s immunological history and evolutionary development. Vertebrate immune system consists of both systemic and mucosal immune compartments, but it is the mucosal …

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    2020-5-4 · Take 1-2 cups of tomato leaves and steep in 2 cups of water over night. Strain leaves from the water and spray onto plants. Make sure to get the underside of leaves and be thorough. Consider using a solution with Castile soap (natural, liquid soap) to suffocate them.

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    2021-6-2 · settings, on improving the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of infectious diseases. 3. Test methods for seed lot characterization and in-process control 3.1. Evaluation of reverse genetics-derived pandemic influenza reference viruses. Dr J. Robertson Human influenza vaccine reference strains are prepared as required when an

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    2014-3-18 · Why chromosome errors are high in women's eggs Date: March 18, 2014 Source: University of Southampton Summary: It is estimated that up to 60 per cent of eggs …

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  • Management Practices for Enhancing Wildlife Habitat

    2017-3-4 · Recombinant technologies have made possible the production of a broad catalogue of proteins of interest, including those used for animal production. The most widely studied proteins for the animal sector are those with an important role in reproduction, feed efficiency, and health. Nowadays, mammalian cells and fungi are the preferred choice for recombinant production of hormones for ...

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  • Trends in recombinant protein use in animal

    2011-4-26 · Plankton fossils tell tale of evolution and extinction. Date: April 26, 2011. Source: Imperial College London. Summary: Scientists studying the fossils of tiny ocean-dwelling plankton, called ...

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    2020-5-6 · Spotted skunks do dig up lawns in pursuit of grubs, and this is an annoyance to those who spend time and money to groom lawns. The concern of Rabies in striped skunks is very real. More striped skunks than all other species combined are tested positive for rabies every year, and this disease is always a threat to livestock, pets and man.

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    Artificial substrates appear to function just as good as natural variants, as long as they have smooth, vertical surfaces for the lumpfish to attach to (Imsland et al., 2015). Supplementary feeding is necessary during periods with low lice counts, to ensure that the cleaner fish stay healthy and fit (Skiftesvik et al., 2013; Imsland et al., 2019b).

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  • BMP - National Trappers

    2021-5-28 · Regardless, Ruby took advantage of this by improving the base design: adding a semi-automatic function to the bolt action rifle, putting a spear tip at the end of the shaft for balance and more striking power, and of course spray painting it red and black. ... Ruby scanned the room and spotted a bar where a tall man who was dressed in a black ...

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  • Spotted Turtle recovery strategy | Ontario.ca

    2019-11-25 · Spotted Turtles reach sexual maturity between 11 and 15 years of age (Litzgus and Brooks 1998a, b). Nesting. In the Great Lakes Region, Spotted Turtle females usually lay their eggs from late May to mid-June (Harding 1997; Gillingwater, unpub. data), and oviposition footnote 26 [26] is undertaken primarily at night (Litzgus and Mousseau 2006 ...

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    2016-12-15 · However, in contrast to the relative wealth of information on the function of BR in developmental processes (Ye et al., 2011; Wang et al., 2012), relatively little is known about BR-regulated plant defense responses against pathogens. BR hormones were first reported to function in disease resistance in both tobacco and rice (Nakashita et al ...

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    Climate change. In April 2019, Medway Council declared a climate change emergency. We're committed to making Medway carbon neutral by 2050. We have developed an action plan to ensure we play our part in addressing the climate emergency. View our climate change action plan. Our declaration fits into our Council Plan priority of making Medway a ...

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    2014-3-18 · Why chromosome errors are high in women's eggs Date: March 18, 2014 Source: University of Southampton Summary: It is estimated that up to 60 per cent of eggs …

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    The Journal of Pediatrics encourages submissions relating to the scientific and health policy implications of the current COVID-19 pandemic that are specific to infants, children, and adolescents. After desk review, manuscripts related to COVID-19 chosen for peer review will undergo rapid review. Upon acceptance, the accepted manuscript will be posted on the journal website.

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    2021-7-2 · COVER A 7-week-old spotted hyena cub explores the area around its den in Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, while its mother looks on. The cub, still in its natal coat of fur, has already started to learn which clanmates its mother associates with most closely.

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    While the sea lemon and red sponge nudibranch may sport some bright ... colors, this sea slug “cerata-inly” has some amazing traits, too! Spotted in the Yaquina Head tidepools by our BLM rangers, the body of this opalescent nudibranch (Hermissenda crassicornis) is covered in projections known as cerata. Not one to waste a meal, the opalescent nudibranch feeds on anemones, then stores the ...

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    2021-5-28 · Regardless, Ruby took advantage of this by improving the base design: adding a semi-automatic function to the bolt action rifle, putting a spear tip at the end of the shaft for balance and more striking power, and of course spray painting it red and black. ... Ruby scanned the room and spotted a bar where a tall man who was dressed in a black ...

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    2021-6-2 · settings, on improving the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of infectious diseases. 3. Test methods for seed lot characterization and in-process control 3.1. Evaluation of reverse genetics-derived pandemic influenza reference viruses. Dr J. Robertson Human influenza vaccine reference strains are prepared as required when an

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  • Trends in recombinant protein use in animal

    2017-3-4 · Recombinant technologies have made possible the production of a broad catalogue of proteins of interest, including those used for animal production. The most widely studied proteins for the animal sector are those with an important role in reproduction, feed efficiency, and health. Nowadays, mammalian cells and fungi are the preferred choice for recombinant production of hormones for ...

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  • BMP - National Trappers

    2020-5-6 · Spotted skunks do dig up lawns in pursuit of grubs, and this is an annoyance to those who spend time and money to groom lawns. The concern of Rabies in striped skunks is very real. More striped skunks than all other species combined are tested positive for rabies every year, and this disease is always a threat to livestock, pets and man.

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  • Zoonotic Parasites of Reptiles: A Crawling Threat:

    Reptiles are reservoirs of a wide range of pathogens, including many protozoa, helminths, pentastomids, and arthropod parasitic species, some of which may be of public health concern. In this review we discuss the zoonotic risks associated with human–reptile interactions. Increased urbanization and introduction of exotic species of reptile may act as drivers for the transmission of zoonotic ...

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  • Plankton fossils tell tale of evolution and extinction ...

    2011-4-26 · Plankton fossils tell tale of evolution and extinction. Date: April 26, 2011. Source: Imperial College London. Summary: Scientists studying the fossils of tiny ocean-dwelling plankton, called ...

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  • Home - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    2021-7-16 · The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the world's largest and finest art museums. Its collection includes more than two million works of art spanning five thousand years of world culture, from prehistory to the present and from every part of the globe.

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  • How to Treat Anemia in Dogs - The Spruce Pets

    2021-4-11 · Possible Causes of Anemia . Sudden (acute) blood loss: This occurs where there is a severe loss of blood internally or externally usually due to a severe injury, surgery, or bleeding disorder. Immune-mediated disease: A condition in which the body’s immune system attacks its own red blood cells. Reactions to medications: Some dogs can react to medications, such as nonsteroidal anti ...

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    2021-7-16 · Killua Zoldyck (キルア゠ゾルディック, Kirua Zorudikku) is the third child of Silva and Kikyo Zoldyck and the heir of the Zoldyck Family, until he runs away from home and becomes a Rookie Hunter. He is the best friend of Gon Freecss and is currently traveling with Alluka Zoldyck .

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  • Integrated Strategies for Management of Spotted Wing ...

    2018-6-18 · Integrated Strategies for Management of Spotted Wing Drosophila in Organic Small Fruit Production Heather Leach, Matthew J. Grieshop, and Rufus Isaacs Department of Entomology, Michigan State University Introduction Spotted wing Drosophila (SWD) is a new and important pest of berries, cherries, and some thin-skinned grape varieties.

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  • Designation of Fruit Host Preference of Spotted

    2020-12-4 · Goals Objectives Quantify spotted wing drosophila distribution in geographically distinct Western U.S. commercial stone fruit orchards, index this distribution relative to other suitable host crops, and enumerate the probability of SWD removal and/or mortality as a function of harvesting, cleaning, packing, and shipping procedures employed by the stone fruit industry, particularly with ...

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  • Spotted Wing Drosophila is Now Active

    2020-6-22 · Spotted wing drosophila (SWD) is currently active across Minnesota. University of Minnesota researchers and MDA have a network of traps to monitor SWD throughout the state, and as of June 16, SWD has been collected in traps in Forest Lake, Rosemount, Hastings, and Chanhassen. Once gardeners notice SWD on their ripe fruit crops, they should ...

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    Wildlife Research provides an international forum for the publication of original and significant research and debate on the ecology and management of wild animals in natural and modified habitats. Readers can expect a broad range of high quality, internationally refereed papers that contribute conceptual and practical advances to our knowledge and understanding of wildlife ecology and management

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    Forty-spotted pardalote nest. Photo: Fernanda Alves A gory business In 2012, an ANU researcher discovered that a fly parasite could be a threat to the forty-spotted pardalote. The ectoparasitic fly Passeromyia longicornis parasitises nestlings of forty-spotted pardalotes, causing severe mortality. The fly lays its eggs in the nests of forty ...

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  • Biofloc technology application in aquaculture to

    2017-8-14 · In relation to the former, biofloc technology could support the supply of good quality seeds by improving the reproductive performance of aquaculture animals and by enhancing the larvae immunity and robustness (Ekasari et al., 2015; Ekasari et al., 2016; Emerenciano et al., 2013).

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  • OFWO - Oregon silverspot butterfly

    2021-7-12 · Insect Growth Regulators. View Print Version. by James L. Krysan and John Dunley, originally published 1993. Several features of insect growth regulators (IGRs) make them attractive as alternatives to broad-spectrum insecticides. Because they are more selective, they are less harmful to the environment and more compatible with pest management ...

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  • Insect Growth Regulators | WSU Tree Fruit |

    Synchronized eggs were harvested by bleaching and nematodes were grown on plates with E. coli OP50 until they reach early adulthood before transferred to RNAi plates. Day 1 adult worms are then grown on the RNAi plates with E. coli HT115 that carried the RNAi construct for 3 days at 20°C unless indicated otherwise in the figure legends.

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    2021-7-16 · The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the world's largest and finest art museums. Its collection includes more than two million works of art spanning five thousand years of world culture, from prehistory to the present and from every part of the globe.

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