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Aspects of host-plant relationship of the Colorado beetle.

W. Bongers

Aspects of host-plant relationship of the Colorado beetle.

by W. Bongers

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Published by Veenman in Wageningen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Potato-beetle -- Host plants

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMededelingen Landbouwhogeschool Wageningen, Nederland, 70-10 (1970)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL596 C5 B66
    The Physical Object
    Pagination77p.
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17531306M

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Genre/Form: PhD thesis: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bongers, W. Aspects of host-plant relationship of the Colorado beetle. Wageningen, Veenman, The following is substantially the author's summary.

Studies on the food-plant preferences of Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Say) are reviewed from the literature [cf. RAE A 54etc.] and a detailed account is given of studies in the laboratory in Holland with leaves of various species of Solanum and of tomato.

The suitability of the various species for development, which was Cited by: The Colorado beetle is an exception, as no specific chemicals in solanaceous plants are known which orientate its locomotion, and neither have specific phagostimulants been described.

Experiments to isolate specific gustatory phagostimulants have by: The Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata), also known as the Colorado beetle, the ten-striped spearman, the ten-lined potato beetle or the potato bug, is a major pest of potato crops. It is approximately 10 millimetres ( in) long, with a bright yellow/orange body and five bold brown stripes along the length of each of its to America, it spread rapidly in Class: Insecta.

Get this from a library. The Host-Plant in Relation to Insect Behaviour and Reproduction. [T Jermy] -- Preference to oviposition and antibiosis mechanism to jassids (Amrasca devastans Dist.) in cotton (Gossypium sp.).- Studies on the induction of food preference in alfalfa ladybird, Subcoccinella.

Abstract. The striking dominance of restricted host plant ranges in phytophagous insects stimulated extensive studies on the underlying behavioural, physiological and genetic mechanisms as well as on the probable evolutionary processes that have resulted in recent specific insect-plant by: Field and laboratory-choice experiments were conducted to understand aspects of host plant orientation by the Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), in.

The Host-Plant in Relation to Insect Behaviour and Reproduction. Editors: Jermy, T. (Ed.) Free Preview. Buy this book eB29 Insect—Host-plant Relationship — Co-evolution or Sequential Evolution.

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Print Book & E-Book. ISBNtwo species of beetles are both herbivores on the same host plant and the presence of either beetle species reduces the population growth of the other.

The relationship between these beetles is best described as. The family Scarabaeidae, as currently defined, consists of o species of beetles worldwide; they are often called scarabs or scarab classification of this family has undergone significant change in recent years.

Several subfamilies have been elevated to family rank (e.g., Pleocomidae, Glaresidae, Glaphyridae, Ochodaeidae, and Geotrupidae), and some Class: Insecta.

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The Colorado potato beetle has displayed an ability to adjust its host range to locally abundant Solanum species. Colorado potato beetles also feed on non-solanaceous plants, but this is rare and these plants should not be considered normal hosts (Capinera ). Figure 9. Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Say), damage to.

Introduction. The factors that drive plant-herbivore interactions are complex and we are only beginning to understand their functional interplay in natural addition to quantitative and qualitative variation in plant primary and secondary metabolites, the attractiveness of host plants to insect herbivores is influenced by multiple factors, such as the presence of Cited by: One of the main insect potato pests is the Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say).

It contains some microbial associates which can. Edward B. Radcliffe, Abdelaziz Lagnaoui, in Potato Biology and Biotechnology, Control. Colorado potato beetle has been the object of numerous innovations in crop protection.

The first success of the agricultural insecticide era was the use of Paris green, cuprous acetoarsenite, against Colorado potato beetle in midwestern United States in the s. The use of plant resistance for managing arthropod pests in rice illustrates many aspects of the use of host-plant resistance in pest management.

Colorado potato beetle is the most destructive potato pest in Europe. Both adults and larvae feed on this host, and often cause complete defoliation of potato plants, with considerable yield. Distribution Top of page. The beetle was first discovered by Thomas Nuttall in and was described in Suddenly, inthe Colorado potato began devastating potato crops miles west of Omaha, Nebraska, USA (Pope and Madge, ).Whether the attacks stemmed from a change in food preference by the beetle, or were the result of its first meeting with the.

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In fact, the journal's impact factor, that is, forhas since been on a permanent rise following an Author: Erich Städler. Common attractant for the tobacco horn- worm, Protoparce sexta ~ Nathan.) and the Colorado potato beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Say). Nature, With R.

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