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Apanteles melanoscelus

an imported parasite of the gipsy moth.

by Samuel Sutton Crossman

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Published by [Govt. print. off.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gypsy moth -- Parasites.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB945.G9 C7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25, [1] p.
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24161265M
    LC Control Numberagr22000357

    Some laboratory studies revealed that predators can readily attack and consume virus-infected prey with no detrimental effects on their biological parameters. Most tested predacious species did not discriminate between healthy and virus-infected prey. In addition, such predators were found to excrete detectable amounts of polyhedral inclusion bodies for few days that might infect . The generalist egg parasitoid Anastatus bifasciatus (Geoffroy) (Hymenoptera: Eupelmidae) is the most prevalent egg parasitoid of the invasive Halyomorpha halys (Stål) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in Europe. To assess its efficacy against the pest H. halys and to validate the potential risks for non-target species in a realistic field setting, inundative releases were .

      In a given season, a female of Oencyrtus kuvanae, a tiny wasp from Japan, can destroy gypsy moth eggs, while a female Apanteles melanoscelus, a wasp from Europe, can kill 1, caterpillars. Krell PJ, Stoltz DB. Unusual Baculovirus of the Parasitoid Wasp Apanteles melanoscelus: Isolation and Preliminary Characterization. J Virol. Mar; 29 (3)– [PMC free article] Malik VS. Preparative method for the isolation of super-coiled DNA from a chloramphenicol-producing streptomycete. J Antibiot (Tokyo) Oct; 30 (10)

      Melanosis coli is a harmless condition in which the lining of the colon and rectum, which is usually pink in color, turns a shade of black or brown. Apanteles melanoscelus, an imported parasite of the gipsy moth ()‎ (11 F) Media in category " Apanteles " The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total.


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Apanteles melanoscelus, an imported parasite of the gipsy moth by Crossman, Samuel Sutton, [from old catalog] Publication date Topics Gypsy moth This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

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Apanteles melanoscelus book Genre/Form: book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Crossman, S.S. (Samuel Sutton), Apanteles melanoscelus, an imported parasite of the gipsy moth. English: Title: Apanteles melanoscelus, an imported parasite of the gipsy moth Identifier: apantelesmelanos00cros (find matches) Year: Authors: Crossman, Samuel Sutton, [from old catalog] Subjects: Gypsy moth Publisher: Washington [Govt.

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Genus of Ichneumonoidea Apanteles melanoscelus book, A. melanoscelus), which are used in the USA as biocontrol of gypsy moth larvae. Apanteles melanoscelus, an imported parasite of the gipsy moth Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.

This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. plus-circle Add Review. comment. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the first. A study in hyperparasitism, with particular reference to the parasites of Apanteles melanoscelus (ratzeburg) / Related Titles.

Series: Department bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ; no. Muesebeck, Carl F. (Carl Frederick William), Dohanian, Senekerim Mardiros, Type.

Book. The young man's calling: or, the whole duty of youth. In a serious and compassionate address to all young persons. Together with remarks upon the l von Crossman, Samuel und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf Nuclear inclusion bodies are found in the hemocytes of all tussock moth larvae parasitized by the braconid wasp Apanteles inclusion bodies represent the apparent site of replication of an unusual virus-like particle.

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Apanteles Melanoscelus, an Imported Parasite of the Gipsy Moth. Samuel Sutton [From Old Crossman. 24 May Hardback.

US$ Host discrimination and host acceptance behavior of Gelis tenellus, a hyperparasite of Apanteles melanoscelus. Comparison of U.S. and Indian strains of the gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) parasitoid Apanteles melanoscelus (Hymenoptera: Braconidae).

The biology, host range, parasites, and hyperparasites of koa seed insects in Hawaii: a. Colonies of Apanteles melanoscelus (Ratzeburg) from France, Yugoslavia, and Connecticut were crossed and photoresponse curves were obtained for the 3 strains and their hybrids under laboratory and.

Unusual baculovirus of the parasitoid wasp Apanteles melanoscelus: isolation and preliminary characterization. Journal of Virol – Krell, P. & Stoltz, D. Virus-like particles in the ovary of an ichneumonid wasp: purification and preliminary characterization.

Diapause in Apanteles melanoscelus can be terminated by exposure of the diapausing last instar larvae within their cocoons to 5°C for a period of 8 or more weeks. Photoperiod has no consistent influence upon diapause termination, but is of paramount importance for diapause induction.

At less than 16 hr light per day virtually all larvae diapause. In ha plots aerially sprayed with single and double applications of Bacillus thuringiensis, percentage parasitism by A. melanoscelus and the number of A. melanoscelus cocoons under burlap strips were higher than in comparable untreated plots in the same area.

Strong correlations occurred between percentage parasitism and caterpillar size, with plots having the smallest.

Weseloh, R.M. () Reduced effectiveness of the Gypsy moth Lymantria dispar (Lepidoptera-Lymantridae) parasite Apanteles melanoscelus (Hymenopetar-Braconidae) in Connecticut due to poor seasonal synchronization with its host.

Environmental Entomology 5 (4), – Notes are provided on 11 species of parasites and 9 hyperparasites from larvae and pupae of Lymantria dispar (L.) collected in 2 forest areas of south-western Quebec in and No egg parasites were found. Seven of the parasites are exotic species introduced into the USA or Canada for the biological control of L.

dispar, and the other 4 are native. species of Apanteles was examined for 1) frequency of the species names in titles, 2) frequency of the species names in published abstracts, and 3) variations in spelling of the species names in the original texts. The species studied were Apanteles melanoscelus (Ratzeburg)A.

porthetriae Muesebeckand,4. ocneriae Ivanovall. Apanteles melanoscelus, an imported parasite of the gipsy moth ()‎ (11 F) Applied entomology; an introductory text-book of insects in thier relations to man () ‎ (2 F) Aquatic insects in New York State () ‎ (1 C, F).

Abstract. A baculovirus present in the female reproductive tract of the parasitoid wasp Apanteles melanoscelus has been isolated and partially characterized. Viral DNA is double stranded, circular, and of highly variable molecular weight ranging from 2 × 10 6 to 25 × 10 6; the DNA is of homogeneous density at ρ = g/ml.

Acrylamide gels resolve 18 polypeptide bands in the .Larvae of Apanteles melanoscelus (Ratzeburg) were exposed to Dimilin® (1-(4-chlorophenyl) (2,6-difluoroben-zoyl)-urea) by feeding treated artificial diet to parasitized gypsy moth hosts.A qualitative investigation was conducted in Pennsylvania on the natural enemies of Lymantria (Porthetria) dispar (L.) introduced into the State.

Seven exotic species were recovered, the Tachinids Blepharipa scutellata (R.-D.) and Compsilura concinnata (Mg.), the Ichneumonid Phobocampe disparis (Vier.) and the Braconid Apanteles melanoscelus (Ratz.), which .