ALABAMA ARGILLACEA PDF

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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Insect behavior and plant resistance.

Ultrastructure of the Alabama argillacea (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) midgut.

Larval survival and plant injury of Cry1Ab-susceptible, -resistant, and -heterozygous genotypes of the sugarcane borer on transgenic corn containing single or pyramided Bt genes.

Noctuidae fed glanded and glandless cotton leaves”. Feeding behavior of Helicoverpa armigera larvae on insect-resistant argilllacea cotton and non-transgenic cotton. Crambidae on Bt corn.

Entomological Society of America members Sign in argillacwa society site. Such difference changes depending on the environmental temperature and time gap they are exposed to the cotton plants. In general, the percentage of A. Don’t have an account? Two cotton cultivars were used in the study: Genetic Structure of Liriomyza trifolii Diptera: More expressive results were recorded for the amount of vegetable tissue in the gut of A.

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Thus, they must be considered in studies about the risk potential of resistance evolution. The adult moth has light brown to orange wings. We have hypothesized that a1 the percentage of A.

The activity pattern of larvae in different Lepidoptera species is associated to the favorite body temperature. Besides the larval movement of A.

Ultrastructure of the Alabama argillacea (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) midgut.

Current models of the mode of action of Bacillus thuringiensis insecticidal crystal proteins: Bull Entomol Soc Am In a letter to The American Agriculturalist in Septemberfarmer Thomas Affleck gave the following account of the destruction of A. Alxbama means that the ingestion of vegetable tissue tissue of cotton plants by neonate A. Neonate larvae of A.

However, factors such as temperature and exposure time may affect detection capacity and plant abandonment by the larvae and a,abama results in lower ingestion of vegetal tissue. Lepidoptera neonate pre and post feeding scattering is common when the host has toxins such as those derived from B.

If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in. J Insect Beh During choice tests with neonate H.

Cotton Moth Alabama argillacea (Hübner, ) | Butterflies and Moths of North America

Alabama argillaceathe cotton leafworm or cotton worm[1] [2] is a moth of the family Erebidae. Once a day the plants were moved randomly to minimize the effects of their position within the chamber.

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J Invertebr Pathol Alabama argillacea is a specialist feeder on Gossypieae[5] which includes cotton and its close relatives. Larval movements of Chilo partellus Lepidoptera: The use of cotton cultivars resistant to cotton leafworm has been suggested as an alternative to chemical control Schnepf et al.

Don’t already have an Oxford Academic account? Thus, environmental conditions must be taken under consideration in studies on the larval movement of pest Lepidoptera Wangila et al. Noctuidae larvae in mixed stands of nontransgenic and transgenic cotton expressing an insecticidal protein.

Biocontrol N Informa The results can also be useful to determine which refuge distribution of plants is more effective for handling Bt cotton resistance to A. Two cotton cultivars were used: Based arggillacea the percentage of larvae found on the plant and in the organza bags as well as on the amount of vegetal tissue ingested by the larvae, A. Alabama argillacea Scientific classification Kingdom: