Micron. Oct;40(7) doi: / Epub May 3. Ultrastructure of the Alabama argillacea (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae). Feeding and dispersal behavior of the cotton leafworm, Alabama argillacea ( Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), on Bt and non-Bt cotton: implications for. Cotton Moth Alabama argillacea (Hübner, ). Family: Erebidae. Subfamily: Erebinae. Identification: Wing Span: Life History: Flight: Caterpillar Hosts.
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Ultrastructure of the Alabama argillacea (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) midgut.
Rocky Mountain Locust Melanoplus spretus. Selective feeding of tobacco budworm and bollworm Lepidoptera: Potential factors impacting season-long expression of Cry1Ac in 13 commercial varieties of Bollgard cotton. According to Beck and Schoonhovenin the presence of such stimuli and during starvation, the insect is induced to feed regardless the artillacea of the toxin; although the insect has the ability to respond to the toxin.
Bull Entomol Res Effects of elevated CO2 and transgenic Bt cotton on plant chemistry, performance, and feeding of an insect herbivore, the cotton bollworm. Related articles in Web of Science Google Scholar.
With respect to the percentage of larvae that had fed and were found on the cotton plants, there were significant differences between cotton cultivars Bt and non-Bt as well as the tested temperatures and the time gap argilacea which the larvae were exposed to on cotton plants. This phase may take place within the feed substrate itself or may happen in the long distance dispersion BergerSaxena and Onyango so called Ballooning Zalucki et al. J Cotton Sci 5: Entomological Society of America members Sign in via society site.
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No reliable records of A. However, in the current study, the cotton plants were kept under the studied temperatures during alabamaa 24 h evaluation time. However, the interaction temperature vs exposure time affected the percentage of larvae found on the plant and the amount of vegetal tissue in their guts.
Temperature o C Exposure time h 6 12 18 24 Non-Bt cotton 22 The host acceptance behavior and environmental factors as temperature affect the feeding behavior of Lepidoptera pests. Crambidae on Bt corn. You do not currently have access to this article.
This page was last edited on 4 Decemberat Lepidoptera to cotton with and without expression of the Cry1Ac d-endotoxin protein of Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner. J Agron Crop Sci It indicates that in a few cases the larvae are more up to leave the Bt cotton plants than the non-Bt.
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One hundred argllacea twenty years of research on cotton insects in the United States. Still other methods were counterproductive. Argkllacea and it can be compared with the structured refuge. It was found that after 6 h of exposition on the cotton plants Bt and non-Btthe amount of vegetable tissue in the guts of larvae got on non-Bt cotton plants was 1. The average of vegetable tissues found in the neonate A.
The ingestion of vegetable tissue by neonate A. Meristems, cells, and tissues of the plant body: In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
The average of vegetable tissue in the guts of neonate A. Similar results were reported by Goldstein et al.