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I am from India, working on spodoptera frugiperda for doctoratal study, i want to eggs of spodoptera frugiperda.
Post Date: 2022-09-19 15:31:21
Author: Sagar Patel
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The fall armyworm (FAW) Spodoptera frugiperda (Smith) is a major agricultural pest in Americas, Africa and Asia. Egg masses are covered with scale layers and the various scale layer thicknesses of these masses can affect parasitoids efficiency. The present study aimed to determine dynamics of the scale thickness on egg masses and its effect on Trichogramma parasitoid …
Post Date: 2022-09-11 07:34:05
Author: Lian-Sheng Zang
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Fall armyworm (FAW) Spodoptera frugiperda (J.E. Smith) has become a major threat to maize production in Africa. In this study, six maize genotypes were assessed for their resistance to FAW under artificial infestation in both laboratory and net house conditions. These included two FAW-tolerant hybrids (CKHFAW180294 and CKH191221), two commercial hybrids (WE2115 and CKH10717), and two …
Post Date: 2022-09-08 15:50:44
Author: Geoffrey Anyanda
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ABSTRACTThe species Halophila stipulacea, considered invasive on the coasts of theCaribbean, was reported for the first time in Venezuela in 2014, in Vargas state.In this study, the distribution of this species in the country is extended to the coast of Carabobo state. Sampling was conducted in a seagrass bed in Laguna Yapascua(San Esteban National Park). …
Post Date: 2022-08-05 20:37:16
Author: carmen rodriguez
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  ead the full text About   Share on Abstract Microbiome research is currently gaining tremendous interest on the impact of diets and environment to influence life traits of several hosts. Full understanding of the insect ecology and characterization of gut microbial …
Post Date: 2022-07-07 17:33:32
Author: Juliana Ugwu
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Pleased to share a link to A research paper on the distribution of covert microbial natural enemies of fall armyworm publish in the Journal of Animal Ecology, British Ecological Society. These work was done partly in Africa (Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Sudan abd and Zambia) and Uk. By several Authors, led by Amy J. Withers…. …
Post Date: 2022-06-28 10:13:53
Author: Samuel Mensah
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The assessment and the management of the risks linked to insect pests can be supported by the use of physiologically-based demographic models. These models are useful in population ecology to simulate the dynamics of stage-structured populations, by means of functions (e.g., development, mortality and fecundity rate functions) realistically representing the nonlinear individuals physiological responses to environmental forcing variables. Since density-dependent responses …
Post Date: 2022-06-14 21:35:02
Author: Giorgio
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The fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda (J.E. Smith), is an invasive pest threatening crop production and food security worldwide. High concerns are linked to the potential establishment of the species in Europe. The high migratory capacity of S. frugiperda causes concerns about the potential impacts of transient populations invading new areas from suitable hotspots. In the present work, we developed …
Post Date: 2022-06-14 21:28:41
Author: Giorgio
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The fall army worm (FAW) has spread to locations at 1222 msl in the northeast region of India. In Assam, its incidence was first noticed on the two banks of the Brahmaputra. In Biswanath district, infestation on maize was observed to be of 15.2-64.3% at farmers’ field and 2.15% in Biswanath College of Agriculture campus …
Post Date: 2022-05-21 11:08:29
Author: Arup Sarma
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We wonder that, 3 years ago. Last week the paper with the findings went out to the public. We are glad to publish our results in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, explaining how the plant volatiles (Chemical Ecology) of companion crops mitigates Spodoptera frugiperda damage in maize crops. A paper worth to be read in …
Post Date: 2022-04-19 23:31:01
Author: Xavier Chiriboga

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